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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 and home, I have to give an early farewell to The Mooring Mast. I started at The Mast my second year at Pacific Lutheran University, one of those students...

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...

We live in a society that is becoming more and more accepting of women’s rights with every generation. There is no arguing that this trend is positive...

In Pacific Lutheran University’s student-run media, we pride ourselves on inclusivity.We try to work together, integrate with other offices and do our...

By Kelli Breland, A&E Editor The word “Thanksgiving” usually brings forward images of steaming turkey, buttery mashed potatoes, festive cornucopias and happy pilgrims sharing a meal with “the Indians.” Corporate marketing, elementary school classrooms and cultural traditions often spread and reinforce this joyful modern day connotation of our...