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  • photojournalism. John mostly spent his working life as a photojournalist with newspapers or news agencies. Zach Powers ’10, media and content manager A proud graduate of PLU ’10, Zach previously served as the director of marketing and communications for The Grand Cinema and Tacoma Film Festival, managed political campaigns for State Senator Jeannie Darneille and State Representative Jake Fey, worked as a legislative aide in the Office of State Senator Christine Rolfes and contributed as a freelance journalist

  • state Sen. Christine Rolfes and contributed as a freelance writer to the Weekly Volcano , Tacoma Weekly , South Sound Magazine and Anchorage Daily News . Zach also is an active volunteer in Tacoma’s advocacy and arts communities, currently serving as chair of the Metro Parks Tacoma Culture & Heritage Advisory Council, on the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Programming Committee, and formerly on the Tacoma Art Commission. Simon Sung, executive creative director Simon Sung graduated in 1990

  • computer science major on the research team, said the project has been a source of pride, despite the challenges. “I love being able to have an actual physical thing that we created,” Smith said, “and being able say that this is mine and I worked really hard on it and present it to someone.” Biofuel for the futureJon Freeman One thing Christine Sohn ’19 has learned about bacteria: “It just smells so gross.” Sohn is one of the student researchers for Jon Freeman, assistant professor of chemistry. They

  • Pacific Islander Club Matthew Orcilla ’17 Asian Pacific Islander Club What was/is the PLU climate? (Photo: From the 1997 Saga) 1997 Asian Pacific Islander Club: President, Kathy Sheridan; Vice President, Wanda Louie; Treasurer, Haga Ko; Secretary, Korb Rim; Public Relations, Leilani Balais. Member: Jennifer Carlson, Chas Derting, Gayle Franks, Peter Loo, Shannon Mark, Christine Senon, and Heidi Yoneda. Leilani Balais ’99: The percentage of students of color was very small in the mid to late 1990s. In

  • area in 2005, when he joined PLU as an assistant professor of English. He took over the MFA in 2014, a program now entering its 15th year. “One of the first things I did when I arrived here was make a pilgrimage,” said Barot, now an associate professor. “I made it a policy, personally, that all the poetry-related books that I buy I only buy from them. I know other poets who have that policy.” Swift took that policy to the next level when she took over the bookstore from John Marshall and Christine

  • species. To confirm this assessment, R-based statistical analysis of Zetaproteobacteria species distribution against geochemical data is currently being performed. Additionally, continued bacterial mat sampling should be undertaken to collect more information about Zetaproteobacteria distribution and characteristics. Genevieve Brandt, Katie Frank, Christine Elsik, and Darren HagenNovel A-to-I RNA Editing Sites in the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)RNA editing is a post-transcriptional mechanism that