Hear from ASPLU Leadership
ASPLU President Cece Chan ’23 and Vice President Naomi Atnafu ’23 share their experience of being the first women of color to lead PLU’s Associated Students of Pacific Lutheran University.
PLU Clubs: Cubing Club
Last fall, PLU students from Cutter’s Cubing Club competed in the “SnoCo Goes Back To Square One” cubing competition. Six of the eight competitors had only recently learned how to solve the cube. Are you interested in learning how to solve the cube? Cutter’s Cubing…
How to be a Lute: Diversity support groups and programs on campus
Mary Sarpong ’22 introduces you to different groups and programs on campus that support diversity.
Q & A with ASPLU Environmental Justice Director
In the spring of 2021, Kenzie Knapp ’23 was awarded a Udall Foundation scholarship. The Udall Foundation awards scholarships, fellowships, and internships to students pursuing fields of study related to the environment or Native American nations. Knapp has served as a G.R.E.A.N. club officer, is…
Women’s Rowing Places 5th in NCAA Championships
The five-time Northwest Conference Champion Pacific Lutheran University women’s rowing team collected its best finish at the NCAA Division III Championships since 2016 on Saturday, finishing fifth in the team standings at Nathan Benderson Park. Pacific Lutheran’s varsity eight boat won the Petite Final on…
Campus Life at PLU
Get a glimpse of what life is like as a Lute! From athletics to arts, from leadership and service to just having a good time, from hanging out in the residence halls to exploring the Pacific Northwest, PLU students are engaged and involved.
Explore with Outdoor Rec
TACOMA, WASH. (Feb. 28, 2019) — For PLU students looking to venture off campus and explore, the university’s Outdoor Recreation program is a reliable portal to the Pacific Northwest’s endless natural bounty. A quick scribble through a disclaimer and you’re off on a weekend adventure…