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by Samantha Lund, News Editor Measles is making its way across the country and the Pacific Lutheran University Health Center is getting ready for the possibility of it coming into Lute territory. The students who stand to lose the most in a measles outbreak are those not vaccinated. Even if they do not catch...

  This May, His Majesty King Harald V of Norway is scheduled to visit Pacific Lutheran University to celebrate the school’s 125th anniversary and...

By Reland Tuomi, Editor-in-Chief Shelley Moore Capito, R-W. Va., is the senator-elect for West Virginia. She is the first female senator for the state...

With behind-the-scenes coverage of election night parties by Samantha Lund, News Editor Newly elected R-Rep. Melanie Stambaugh cuts in to her celebration...

By Brooke Wolfe, Guest Writer On Nov. 4, Washington citizens statewide will drive, mail or drop their voting ballots for the general election. Students...

by Genny Boots, Guest Writer The PLU English Club is a new organization coming to campus this fall. It’s planning to join the International English Honor...

One White House Task Force is beginning to make a national impression on combatting sexual assault in the collegiate world. President Barack Obama established...

A rabbi, an imam and a pastor walk into Pacific Lutheran University. No, this isn’t the beginning of a bad joke. It was the beginning of a presentation...

Written with contributions by Bjorn Slater, Business Editor. Congress narrowly avoided defaulting on the federal government’s loans by voting in...

Students in the Diversity Center watch President Obama’s address regarding Syria. Reporters from the KING 5 network in Seattle came to record students’...