TACOMA, WASH. (April 7, 2020) — No matter what field or industry you work in, the COVID-19 pandemic has probably dramatically reshaped the way you do your job every day.
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 30, 2020) — Pacific Lutheran University has donated more than $10,000 in essential medical supplies to the Pierce County Emergency Operations Center for use in the fight
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 25, 2020) — Distance learning and teaching can feel isolating at times. PLU Professor of Hispanic Studies Bridget Yaden has been combating these potential limitations by using
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 19, 2020) — Switching a campus-based curriculum to a distance-learning model mid-semester in the face of a pandemic is no easy feat. Luckily, PLU professor of music
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 16, 2020) — Food insecurity is on the rise on college campuses across the nation, and PLU is no exception to the trend. In a 2017 survey
Jeremy Knapp ‘21 talks interning for a state senator in Olympia, passion for political science and future career
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 16, 2020) — Pacific Lutheran University political science major Jeremy Knapp ‘21 swears he has no desire to run for office, but his resume speaks of someone
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 10, 2020) — Nicole Jordan ’15 is back on campus, this time using the degree she earned in social work to help educate and lead others in
TACOMA, WASH. (March. 2, 2020) — Jared Wright ‘14 arrived at PLU eager to engage in community work and excited to study social justice. He didn’t have specific plans and
TACOMA, WASH. (Feb. 28, 2020 ) — Cece Chan’s activism awakening came in high school. As a third-generation Asian young woman, she realized Seattle Public Schools’ majority-white institution and Eurocentric
TACOMA, WASH. (Feb. 26 , 2020 ) — Pacific Lutheran University President Allan Belton recently submitted a Nobel Peace Prize nomination of Dr. Donald Mott to the Norwegian Nobel Committee.