Eight teams of two women each competed in the inaugural T.O.H. Karl Forensics Forum’s women’s round robin this Friday, March 11, 2016. The goal of this round robin debate was
The success of MediaLab has given students an opportunity to gain valuable skills in a real-world setting. It’s been a goldmine of experience, leading students to internships and jobs and
Kari Plog ’11 has been in the ‘real world’ for half a decade, but her life experiences feel like they account for far more then five years worth of work.
About five years ago, Donovan Conley realized his passion for cooking and good food was something more than a pastime. As an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at University of
Angie Tinker ’16 and Matt Aust ’17 dominated the 2016 Pacific University Debate Tournament on January 31, earning speaker awards and finishing as semi-finalists. After five preliminary rounds, Aust and
After weighing in on the new proposed minimum wage at the Ruth Anderson Debate in early October, PLU Debater Angie Tinker ’16 took her argument to a much bigger audience
MediaLab, PLU’s award-winning film production program, is no stranger to documentaries. For the past many years a team of students have gotten together, and decided on a topic they thought
Chamber of Commerce CEO, Union Strategist to Team with PLU Students for Minimum Wage Debate On Thursday, October 8, 2015, members of the Pacific Lutheran University Speech and Debate team