#BetweenArtAndQuarantine Challenge

Earlier this spring, the Getty Museum issued a fun and interesting challenge on social media: recreate a famous artwork using only readily available household items. This idea was inspired by the Dutch Instagram account Between Art and Quarantine . Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook were flooded…

Lutes shine at Northwest Emmys

Lutes were out in full force at the Northwest Emmy® Awards Ceremony on June 4, at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center. Ray Heacox ’76 took home two honors, an induction to the Silver Circle and an Emmy for Overall Excellence for his work with…

Media student serves and learns simultaneously

TACOMA, Wash. (Dec. 11, 2015)—Communication major Chris Boettcher ’17 is living out the deeply held commitment of Pacific Lutheran University to civic engagement — all while continuing his education. When Cathy Nguyen, Tacoma poet laureate, reached out to PLU looking for a videographer to tell…

PLU Debaters Make History at Linfield Tournament

Forensics Team is Off to Another Strong Start PLU debaters who competed at Linfield College include, top row, left to right: Hannah Bates and Matt Aust and, bottom row, left to right: Angie Tinker, Brendan Stanton, Austin Ballard and Caila Fautenberry. (Photo: Kaitlyn Porter) Members…

PLU Digs into the Merits of Meat

What goes into the production of a quarter pound burger? According to J.L. Capper in The Journal of Animal Science, 6.7 pounds of feed, 52.8 gallons of drinking water, 74.5 square feet of grazing, and the equivalent amount of energy it takes to run a microwave…