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Pacific Lutheran University alumni are invited to campus for a broad range of events this fall and winter. Learn more about these diverse offerings, from Homecoming and Family Weekend 2018 to annual conferences and concerts. Stay engaged and keep up on these and other happenings at plu.edu/spotlightseries.
A celebration for families, alumni and the campus community! Special gatherings include reunions for nursing, Clay Crows and the class of 1968. With numerous events going on, you can spend the whole weekend with us or just pop in for a couple of hours. Don’t miss this chance to connect with Lutes on campus this fall.
“Back in the Day: PLU, Vocation, and a Culture of Inclusion”
Sit in on a current class without worrying about homework. (SOLD OUT).
Enjoy a delightful breakfast with fellow Lutes and hear campus updates.
Join the fun before the game! Share lunch with fellow Lutes (SOLD OUT).
Cheer on the Lutes as they take on the Bruins. Don’t forget your black and gold!
Enjoy Lute-produced wine and beer! Includes four pours and a tasting glass to keep.
Crows past and present perform a spectacular improv show in celebration of 10 years!
Join us for our annual Homecoming Weekend worship. All are welcome!
The Black Student Union invites alumni and students to connect and celebrate black affinity at PLU.
Lutes around the world will come together to support student scholarships and the parts of PLU that are special to them.
Now in its fifth year, the Bjug Day of Giving honors PLU’s bearded founder, the Rev. Bjug Harstad, who journeyed to Alaska in 1898 in hopes of bringing home gold for Pacific Lutheran Academy.
In honor of our founder’s commitment and thanks to the generosity of a group of loyal Lutes, all gifts on Bjug Day — to any PLU teams, departments or programs — will be matched with a gift to student scholarships.
THIS YEAR, DON’T MISS BJUG’S DIGITAL QUEST
Play the one-of-a-kind Bjug video game and test your gold-exploration skills. Compete against other Lutes for the high score, and see who fares best in the Alaskan wilderness.
The 2018 Powell-Heller Conference for Holocaust Education features scholars and panelists from across the country discussing how the lessons of the Holocaust continue to impact our world today.
This year’s theme will explore the role of medical scientists, doctors and nurses during the Holocaust and how they shaped the way we think about scientific and medical ethics today. Join us to hear from scholars, family members of survivors, and student researchers as they share their important research and testimonials on this topic.
As always, this three-day conference is free and open to the community — made possible by generous donor support.
Don’t miss one of the most beloved holiday traditions in the Pacific Northwest, as The Choir of the West, University Chorale and University Symphony Orchestra present our annual Christmas concerts. This year’s theme, “Winter Rose,” features performances of works by Gerald Finzi, Herbert Howells, Michael Praetorius and others, mixed with traditional carols and seasonal favorites. Join us as we celebrate this joyful season.
Dec. 3 at 7:30pm
PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY
Lagerquist Concert Hall
Dec. 1 at 8pm
Dec. 2 at 3pm
Dec. 7 at 8pm
Dec. 8 at 8pm
Tickets on sale Nov. 1