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Reasons you should study psychology at PLU

Psychology is a mix of scientific exploration, practical skills, and personal growth. Whether you’re fascinated by human behavior, eager to make a difference, or seeking a career that opens doors, a psychology major is an ultimate path to an epic academic journey and a future…

Lute Fest Recap: 2023

PLU’s Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted the second annual Lute Fest on PLU’s Foss Field. This year it featured an inflatable obstacle course, bungee run basketball, a dunk tank, Sugar and Spoon cookie dough truck, Jed’s Big Slice pizza truck, live music, carnival games, prizes,…

Henri Coronado-Volta ’23 discusses his global studies major, studying away, and his plans to attend UW’s Public Health Epidemiology program

Henri Coronado-Volta grew up in Seattle, Washington, and chose PLU because the smaller school offered the opportunity to build community, a chance to continue swimming, and living close to home—but not too close. He double majored in global studies and Hispanic studies and minored in…

PLU grads reflect on commencement

“Commencement means the culmination of hard work and accomplishments with my teammates and my classmates — so it’s a great day.” Our recent graduates reflect on the countless late nights spent studying, the friendships forged, the challenges overcome, and the personal growth they’ve experienced.

From Oxford, England to Oaxaca, Mexico, Jackie Lindstrom ’23 uses math to understand migration

Recently, chemistry major Jackie Lindstrom found herself in Oxford, England, conducting a series of informational interviews with public health representatives from Oxfam and the International Organization for Migration, a United Nations advisory agency that promotes international cooperation on migration. Traveling under a Wang Center Research…