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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 news after being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey, commenting she was tired of being placed in a category to describe her sexuality. “I don’t need language,”...

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...

Before I decided to go to Pacific Lutheran University, I learned about all the adventures and study away opportunities available to students. The programs...

When we planned the final edition of The Mast three years ago, my then-graduating co-editors decided to use their last opinion section to reflect on their...

As I count down the days until graduation, I’ve begun spending some serious time reflecting on Pacific Lutheran University.  I think of how much has...

By Jessica Trondsen,  Editor-In-Chief On the front page of our April 11 edition, we published a stand-alone photo of senior Edith Leal holding a sign...

Rape has been a problem throughout human history, but one company claims it can help be part of rape prevention — AR (Anti-Rape) Wear. Advertised as...