PLU hosts international speech and debate tournament

By Brendon Stanton, Debate Team Member On Dec. 5 and 6, Pacific Lutheran Univeristy hosted 38 schools and over 700 students from all over the Pacific Northwest, including Canada, for the return...

PLU Students and staff feel effects of Hong Kong protests

Many Americans have taken a blind eye to the state in Hong Kong during the last few weeks, but not Pacific Lutheran University’s Lutes. Hong Kong has been in the...

LiNK comes to PLU: Less informational, More propaganda

by Genny Boots, News Writer The nonprofit organization Liberty for North Korea (LiNK) visited Pacific Lutheran University Wednesday, Nov. 5. The social campaign movement arrived with posters, T-shirts and a...

Scan center exhibit celebrates native Scandinavian culture

By Una Tingvik Haave, Guest Writer The Pacific Lutheran University community had the chance to learn about the musical art of joik when Risten Anine Gaup, a Sami from Northern Norway,  performed traditional...

Lutes abroad: J-term a popular time to study away

J-term is just around the corner, and many Pacific Lutheran students will soon be sitting through four-hour classes, cheering on their friends through PLU Idol and catching up on...

Around the World in a Few Steps

By Shunying Wang, Guest Writer “Your business will be successful most of the time.” Nomiun Gankhuyag, Mongolia’s country representative, sat by the entrance area of Around the World exhibition and performed...

Diversity Center hosts discussion and news crew

People across the country tuned in to President Obama's address regarding Syria Tuesday evening.  The President reported that he recommended a targeted strike against Syria's chemical weapons, but that he...

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