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Thousands flocked to the Puyallup Fairgrounds last weekend for the 25th annual Spring Fair. The spring event is kind of like the younger sibling of the grand Washington State Fair at the end of the summer — all the same things, just less of them. As expected, fair animals, rides and food were the main...

    Tony Porter, co-founder of Good Men, points to random audience members of the A Call to Men town hall on April 4 and asks how they want men...

By Natalie DeFord Guest Writer Food takes much more work than most people realize, and the food system can be complicated. Pacific Lutheran University’s...

First-year Luke Smith gives 9-year-old Justin a piggy-back ride at Brookdale Elementary School. Smith and 11 other PLU students partnered with the Big...

The Garfield Book Company hosted a town hall meeting Saturday where Washington State Senator Steve Conway made himself available to citizens of the 29th...

By Marianne Flakk, Guest Writer For students who haven’t yet figured out what they’re doing for spring break yet, Pacific Lutheran University...

The Garfield Book Company hosted a town hall meeting Saturday where Washington State Senator Steve Conway made himself available to citizens of the 29th...

By Lina Aas-Helseth, Guest Writer You might have noticed the tiny coffee shop on the corner of Garfield and C streets, just a stone’s throw away from...

The Wang Center at Pacific Lutheran University has held a symposium to better educate the community for the past five years on subjects relating to water...

Junior Alex Gallo and first-year Kiera Stevens hold a sign at the Seahawk parade in Seattle on Feb. 5. 2014. Gallo’s professor dropped him from his...