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by Brooke Wolfe, Guest Writer Students will be celebrating their first holiday of the year at Pacific Lutheran University by dressing up, going out and staying in. This year, Halloween lands on a Friday and students are gearing up for a weekend full of events on and around campus. Parties, school sponsored...

By Kristin Hayes, Matrix Contributor Of the five classified Romantic languages We have five translations of feminism. Féminisme Feminism Femminismo Feminismo Feminism Our...

By Angie Tinker, Co-Editor of The Matrix What do the Diversity Center, the Women’s Center and your favorite school clubs have in common? They can all...

Anna Rasmussen is a land mermaid working on her Poetry MFA at the University of Minnesota. She misses the branches at PLU. Photo courtesy of Anna Rasmussen. By...

Senior Taylor Whately won the chance to have his composition, “Fanfare of Giocoso,” played by the Lake Union Civic Orchestra. The concert will take...

John Hunter (76) wrote for the first Saxifrage in spring 1975. He is now a science teacher at Forks High School in Forks, Wash. Dawn A burning copper coin...

Leah Larson is a senior at Pacific Lutheran University majoring in English with an emphasis in nonfiction writing. She wrote for the fall 2013 Matrix,...

By Angie Tinker Co-Editor of Saxifrage “Social justice” is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but we don’t always know what it means. It isn’t directly in Pacific Lutheran University’s mission statement, but it may as well be for how often students hear it around campus. As an editor for The Matrix, PLU’s social justice publication, I obviously care about...

Olivia Ash, senior, is the General Manager of Lute Air Student Raido (LASR). She is a Communication major with an emphasis in PR and Advertising. Photo...

Junior Angie Tinker is Co-Editor of The Matrix. and majoring in History with an emphasis in the Modern Era in China. Photo Courtesy of Angela Tinker. By...