PLU music majors produce free music camp
It’s a warm summer morning and the scent of scrambled eggs drifts from the kitchen at Trinity Lutheran Church into an adjoining room where more than a dozen campers busily make beaded jewelry. Ranging from second to sixth grade, the kids are participants in the…
PLU students present ‘The War of the Worlds’
Theatre major Zivia Rich ’24 loves a good story. She is especially fond of them in the form of a radio show or podcast. Growing up, the Seattle-area native spent much of her time listening to KUOW, their local National Public Radio station. “We have…
PLU Honors Dia de los Muertos
Día de Los Muertos is a joyful celebration that gives us a chance to honor our loved ones who have passed and to connect with our community. This year, Ash Bechtel ’24 shares what Dia de los Muertos means to her and how the PLU…
Around the PNW: Rock-climbing in Central Washington
Join PLU student videographer Matt Shaps ’24 as he travels with Outdoor Rec on an epic rock-climbing adventure in Vantage, Washington. Learn about Outdoor Rec’s upcoming day and weekend trips at plu.edu/recreations/outdoor-rec.
Around the PNW: Evening hike to Mt. Rainier
Did you know that PLU is the closest university to Mt. Rainier? The majestic mountain can be seen from some spots on campus. Check out student photographer Emma Stafki as she shares a recent evening hike up the mountain.
Get involved with PLU Clubs
Campus life is about getting involved, building relationships, and taking advantage of what our campus community offers. Here’s a look at PLU’s 2022 Engagement Fair, where incoming Lutes met Lute leaders, signed up for clubs, and learned about Parkland community resources. Learn more at: plu.edu/clubs/club-list
PLU Football: Behind the Scenes
PLU Athletics strives toward developing lifelong leaders through athletics united in teamwork, excellence, and service. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the PLU football team’s 2021 season. Interested in athletics? Visit golutes.com to learn more.
PLU Biology professor nationally recognized
Pacific Lutheran University Professor of Biology Amy Siegesmund received the American Society for Microbiology’s 2023 Carski Award for Undergraduate Teaching. The award recognizes a university educator for outstanding teaching of microbiology to undergraduate students. What I love about teaching microbiology is that I get to…
New Lutes share their hometown
At this year’s New Student Orientation, we learned a lot about our first-year students. For instance, our students come from all over there world! See if any of our first-years are from your hometown.
New Student Orientation & Move in day
Curious about what move-in day looks like? Take a look at PLU’s New Student Orientation, and see how we welcomed our students with open arms and plenty of helping hands.