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PLU alumna Kate Fontana ’08 believes that yoga should be affordable and accessible to people of all incomes and abilities.

Yvonne Røskeland ’98 saw the unsanitary, chaotic conditions pregnant refugees in labor endure during a 2003 trip to Afghanistan. She decided to do something about it.

Ann Kullberg ’79 has never taken a formal art course, but her work is internationally known—and her story is as colorful as her art.

Every year, the Business Examiner selects outstanding South Sound business and community leaders for its prestigious 40 Under Forty program.

Currently the principal of Tacoma’s Browns Point Elementary, Griek has spent his career serving in a variety of positions at schools throughout the South Sound.

Dr. Janice E. Brunstrom-Hernandez ’83 will be returning to campus on Thursday, Oct. 8, to deliver the 2015 Meant to Live Lecture.

Mike Burton ’69 has been inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame for his 39 years of service as a national-award-winning coach.

While many students are cranking away on midterms, one Lute’s voice is being heard loud and clear at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.

Thomas Kim ‘15 is passionate about “Justice.” So passionate, in fact, that he likes to really emphasize the word by treating it as a proper noun.