Norwegian film takes top honors

Norwegian film takes top honors At the second annual Hong International Film Festival, the Norwegian film took top honors. In fact, it swept all five award categories. The festival featured 10-minute films created by students in 300-level foreign language courses in their target language (with…

Celebrate World Fair Trade Day

Celebrate World Fair Trade Day Bamboo containers, silk scarves, jewelry and stuffed animals are among the many gift and home décor items available in the Fair Trade and World Goods store, located inside Garfield Book Company at PLU. While not all the products are fair…

Grant supports environmental research

Grant supports environmental research With a $90,000 grant, the Environmental Studies Program intends to provide students and faculty members with more opportunities for research and creative projects. The program received the funding from the Wiancko Charitable Foundation in December 2007. The program’s faculty determined the…

Two students killed in car accident

Two students killed in car accident On the evening of April 25, PLU students Jocelyn Denham and Brady Freeman were killed in an automobile accident near Brewster, Wash. Brady’s twin brother, Boone, a student at the University of Puget Sound, was injured in the crash.…

AAUP president discusses faculty leadership

AAUP president discusses faculty leadership Campus Voice spoke with Cary Nelson, president of the American Association of University Professors, prior to his campus address in April. The interview has been edited for length. Campus Voice : What is the role of the president of the…

A banner year for Q Club callers

A banner year for Q Club callers A plucky team of student callers has set another record in dollars raised for PLU through telephone solicitation. The 10 students and three student supervisors, known as TelALutes, spend evenings throughout the year calling thousands of alumni, parents…