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Editor’s Note: On Tuesday, April 7, I was contacted by a student who wanted to share her story of being sexually assaulted on campus. This story was not meant to be radical or racy. The goal of the student and myself is to show the effects of the assault and what the process of taking legal action on- and...

by Natalie DeFord, News Writer In addition to the friendly human faces at the Pacific Lutheran University Women’s Center, you can find some furry friends there as well. The two dogs at the Women’s Center are here to help with stress management, event suggestions or love advice. Lady Jane and Lucky can be seen in the windows of the Women’s Center, barking hello to...

by Genny Boots, News Writer By September 2016, Foss Hall will no longer grace the maps, tours or the actual campus of Pacific Lutheran University. The...

by Matthew Salzano, A&E Editor LollaPLUza is back and better than ever with a new location, a brand new lineup and plans to exceed expectations. LollaPLUza...

Natalie Deford, News Writer With concerns for the time and costs spent on one’s Pacific Lutheran University experience, a 6-digit registration code...

by Genny Boots, News Writer “Viva Agua!” was both the motivation and war cry of the 2015 Pacific Lutheran University NicarAGUA Well Project. During...

Samantha Lund, News Editor Food on campus might get spiced up next year with a new food truck. With its own specialized menu, the food truck will give...

The premiere of the new mascot at a PLU Basketball game, running out for the first time. Photo by John Froschauer.   by Natalie DeFord, News Writer There’s...

by Genny Boots, News Writer There is nothing as annoying to a millennial than a slow wireless network. Unfortunately at college campuses, thousands of...

by Jeff Dunn, Copy Editor The new President and Vice President do not bring years of experience to Associated Students of Pacific Lutheran University,...