Eleven PLU students were tapped by The News Tribune to cover Al Gore’s now-famous talk about global warming in late October.
Students in PLU’s ROTC program are prepared for their military careers with rigorous coursework focused on the moral, ethical and legal implications of battle.
Mike Turcott, a 43-year-old trooper and a member of PLU’s swim team, is back on campus after 20 years to finish his sociology degree and prove there’s no such thing as “can’t.”
Holocaust survivor Kurt Mayer’s first introduction to PLU 30 years ago showed him it was an institution committed to examining history honestly, “where faith and reason meet.”
Two funds help student athletes.
Nun finds joy in uncovering God's "secrets and surprises."
PLU GOLD connects recent alumni.
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Six Lutes pursue their dreams in showbiz
Six PLU students prepare to graduate
Wang Center celebrates 5 years
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