Andrew Miller ‘14 and his partners at Mount Vernon’s Tulip Town were counting on a big haul in April. That’s when 350,000 tourists normally flock to the area to celebrate
Aminda Cheney-Irgens ’20 on her chemistry and Hispanic studies double major, research in Puerto Rico, and preparing for graduate school
Aminda Cheney-Irgens is a smart, driven, and globally-minded Pacific Lutheran University senior who, like her peers, spent her spring adjusting to a new way of doing college. She’s learned to
A film produced by MediaLab students at Pacific Lutheran University has been nominated for the College Emmy Awards. Living on the Edge tells the story of North Cove, Wash., one
Daniel Hachet ‘20 might be graduating this spring, but his green initiatives will continue on at PLU. On-campus restaurants now recycle thousands of cereal bags—and are even getting paid to
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. 26 , 2020 ) — Pacific Lutheran University President Allan Belton recently submitted a Nobel Peace Prize nomination of Dr. Donald Mott to the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
TACOMA, WASH. (Feb. 10, 2020)- Pacific Lutheran University’s Office of Alumni and Student Connections recently launched the J-Term Job Shadow Program, aimed at exposing students to professions they are interested
Since 2014 there’s been a remarkable 35 percent increase in public university students receiving mental health treatment, according to an original survey conducted by The Associated Press in December 2019.
TACOMA, WASH. (Jan. 8, 2020) — At about this time last January, Kristina Walker ’02 got The New York Times’ special insert that featured all 126 women who had been