Spanning the globe during J-Term 2008 In January more than 400 students were sojourners in 21 countries across the globe as once again PLU classes convened on all seven continents.
Life is about choices. What choices have you made? A few years ago, student body president Joel Zylstra addressed the incoming freshman class at Fall Convocation. His timeless reflection on
Face the Music Inevitably, worried parents will arrive on music professor Greg Youtz’s office doorstep after their child has announced they want to become a composer. “Now what?” the parents
Accepted to med school For those passing through northwestern Idaho, here’s hoping you don’t meet Guy Jensen. Jensen is a volunteer emergency medical technician, who, during the summer, is likely
T-stad: One big, happy family From his perch on the seventh floor of Tingelstad Hall, Adam Whistler can view the expanse of lower campus from PLU’s largest and tallest hall.
Leading the fight Mark Twain once complained that everybody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it. With apologies to Twain, I’d like to suggest that many people
College: First in family Maurice Eckstein was riding home in a cab after his shift as the night concierge at a hotel in his native Trinidad last year, when his
Speakers tell PLU audiences to reach outside themselves Rich, diverse and often divergent voices came to PLU over the last year to challenge our outlook on life and our choices.
Alumna aids medical work abroad The dirt landscape of southern Sudan stretches for miles, and roads are few and far between. Villages dot the landscape. One of these villages, over