Malia Oshiro ’13 teaches from a hard-fought place of pride. She didn’t always tout her first-generation status proudly. Now, it’s the first thing she tells her students. Learn more about this teacher and her struggle to embrace her first-in-the-family identity.
The PLU Connection
Brian Laubach ’84 ’95 and Isaiah Huey ’20 attended PLU three decades apart. All it took was some casual conversation to bridge the generational gap. That’s the power of the PLU connection. Listen to the exchange between two Lutes who come from different backgrounds, but share similar PLU experiences.
When was the last time you stood in Red Square, hiked up Hinderlie hill, cheered “Attaway!” or listened to a lecture in Xavier? Don’t miss this chance to connect with new Lutes and their families and reunite with your friends.
Because of you, we closed our books on the most successful Bjug Day yet. Now, let’s make the fifth annual Bjug Day the most successful yet! Learn more and submit a survey.
Current students venture inside the world of Amazon to connect with PLU alumni working at the tech giant. Read more about their experience and the connections made.