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An extraordinary ring for an extraordinary tradition

Pacific Lutheran University is an institution steeped in tradition. A walk through the campus pays tribute to its impressive past; a visit to any classroom shows a commitment to a promising future.

There is an intangible link between past, present and future. It is the very core of tradition. PLU's unique characteristics are passed on with each graduating class - like a ring that comes full circle. That symbol, the college ring, is also part of the PLU tradition. Each year, seniors display rings that show their pride in joining a very special group of PLU alumni. This exclusive ring captures the PLU experience like no ring before it.

The symbol for the design of the PLU ring is the Rose Window. It is representative of the stained glass window found on the east wall of Eastvold Auditorium. The Rose Window captures the essence of what truly drives a PLU student to strive for excellence.

You have reason to be proud of your achievements at Pacific Lutheran University. Your exquisitely crafted ring shows a recognition of the milestone at hand and an understanding of the rare value in our university's longstanding traditions.

For information, call the PLU Bookstore: 253-535-7665

Artcarved College Jewelry

Make the link with... LUTELINK
A career mentoring program connecting current students and alums. Become a member and help guide students and recent graduates within their chosen career path or as an alum use LuteLink for career changes. If you are moving you can also use LuteLink for PLU contacts in your new geographic area.

If you would like to become a mentor or want to use this service for yourself, call the Alumni and Parent Relations Office at 253-535-7415 or 1-800-258-6758.

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G E T   C O N N E C T E D
Walk in the footsteps of
Jesus and the Apostles
Join us in June 1999 for a
Pilgrim's Journey to the Three Capitals of Ancient Christianity: Jerusalem, Istanbul and Rome

Led by Rev. Dr. Rick Rouse, Office of Church Relations, Pacific Lutheran University, and
Rev. Dr. Ken Bakken, President of Health Vision International and Adjunct Professor, PLU School of Nursing

Estimated cost for airfare and two weeks in Italy, Israel and Turkey is $2,999 per person.
Flights depart from Seattle, Chicago and New York.

Continuing education units available through
Lutheran Educational Network and Support (LENS)
For more information and a brochure, contact:
Office of Church Relations
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, WA 98447
Phone: 253/535-7423, Email: rouserw@plu.edu

Summer Institute
of Theology
Recovery of Community:
An Opportunity for the Church in an age of Individualism and Alienation
25th Anniversary of the
Summer Institute of Theology
July 12-26, 1998
at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma

Featuring the following faculty:
Pat Keifert of Luther Seminary
Doug Oakman of PLU
Sharon Parks of Whidbey Institute (formerly Harvard Divinity School)

$190 tuition (includes $25 registration) for the weeklong course. Scholarships and discounts for early registration available. Option of room and board on campus. For information, contact the Office of Church Relations, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA 98447. Phone: 253-535-7423, Email: johnsokb@PLU.edu

PLU unveils new alumni window decals
Wear your alma mater pride -- on your car -- with a new alumni window decal! The 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" black and gold static-cling window decals are complimentary. Simply call the Alumni and Parent Relations Office, 253-535-7415 or 800-258-6758.

If this copy of Pacific Lutheran Scene is addressed to your son or daughter who no longer maintains a permanent address at your home, please notify the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations with his or her new mailing address. You can reach us by phone at 253-535-7415, fax us at 253-535-8555 or send e-mail to alumni@plu.edu with the new information. Thanks!

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