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By: Allie Reynolds, General Manager of Mast TV A lot of girls get offended when they’re called basic. It’s just another one of the hundreds of negative labels society uses to put down women, and I’m so tired of it. I love iced vanilla lattes, scented candles from Bath and Body Works and worship the...

Matthew Salzano, A&E Editor Dear fellow first-years: don’t be afraid to take advantage of every resource and opportunity available to you. If the...

Indio is a 10-month-old yellow lab being trained by senior Morgan Woods. To learn more about seeing eye dogs, visit http://welcome.guidedogs.com/. By...

Valentine’s Day is one of the best holidays; everything is pink, red and full of love and hope. This Valentine’s Day, every mom in America is happy...

By Alex Domine, Guest Writer A man clad in neatly pressed Wall Street regalia addresses a congregation of gas tycoons and declares “endless war” on...

Raven-Symoné doesn’t want to be labeled. She isn’t bisexual, lesbian, gay, queer, or African-American. She’s just Raven. Symoné re-entered the...

I’ve always been a feminist. I grew up in a home where I was always told I could do anything I wanted. I was given the same opportunities as my little...

In my first year at Pacific Lutheran University, I am all-too-accustomed to hearing the term “freshman.” I’m lucky to be at a school, however, that...

One of the only drawbacks to graduating a year early is I’m forced to say goodbye to everything a little too early. In addition to my friends, professors...

My journey as a Lute is unlike most. I transferred as a first-year junior after doing running start and attending Peninsula College. Now I’m graduating...