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Ready lutes? For the most up-to-date info on PLU's COVID-19 response and recovery check out the COVID-19 Updates tab on the PLU website or just click on the link in bio!💛🖤 . . . . . . #golutes #highereducation #academics #campustour #campuslife #collegeadmissions #collegeapplications #undergrad #studentlife
Senior breaststroker Seth Koivisto, an eight-time All-NWC selection is our @pluswim photo of the year! #GoLutes
Great conversation between @PLUcampusmin's Jen Rude and local pastor Annie Jones-Barnes about Black joy, hard truth… https://t.co/BBFE45jrK4
Great conversation between PLU Campus Ministry's Jen Rude and local pastor Annie Jones-Barnes about Black joy, hard truths, finding spiritual sustenance, John Lewis and navigating these uncomfortable times.
Thursdays on the PLU Community Channel — Diversity Deep Dive In this episode, hosts Angie Hambrick (PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability) and Jennifer Smith (PLU's Dean of Inclusive Excellence) discuss problematic faves, why they're often a comfort to turn to during trying times, and how they can be used as opportunities to start dialogue rather than shut down conversation. #CancelCulture #Diversity #Justice ********** Apply: https://www.plu.edu/apply Visit: https://www.plu.edu/visit Request more info: https://www.plu.edu/request-info Pacific Lutheran University purposefully integrates the liberal arts, professional studies and civic engagement in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. With distinctive international programs and close student-faculty research opportunities, PLU helps its 3,100 students from all faiths and backgrounds discern their life’s vocation through coursework, mentorship and internships at world-class Puget Sound-area businesses and institutions.
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If you could take Lancelute to lunch where would you go?? 😋 Tag your favorite #localeats below👇👇👇 . . . . . . #lancelute #campuslife #studentlife #campustour #colleges #collegeadmissions #collegestudent #undergrad #academics #highereducation #golutes
New Head @pluwbb Coach @GCHILLBURN also had some well-spoken words about the new Names Family Court! #GoLutes https://t.co/irx3Yf9Kje
Head Men's Basketball Coach @PLUcoachmurray and his boys are also pumped to get the Lutes back out on the new court… https://t.co/UcjxnRe4ke
Pastor Jen is joined by Pastor Annie Jones-Barnes to talk about Black joy, hard truths, finding spiritual sustenance, John Lewis and navigating these uncomfortable times as a Black person in America. #BlackJoy #Faith #WarmLine
Here's @PLUVolleyball Coach Kevin Aoki talking about the new Names Family Court #GoLutes https://t.co/Nu5tp8wkla
PLU Unveils New Floor in Olson Gym #GoLutes https://t.co/XtmpzdaBOr https://t.co/6cFwetCkIz
Today we announced plans for a thoughtful, flexible return to campus as well as plans to offer a “PLUS Year” of fre… https://t.co/G8FUFNoQgq
Today we announced plans for a thoughtful, flexible return to campus as well as plans to offer a “PLUS Year” of free tuition to all currently enrolled undergraduate students and free continuing education opportunities for current graduate students.
¡Feliz lunes! This week on BilingLutes, hosts Adela Ramos and Luke Ruiz welcome special guest Ángel Gonzalez to discuss the undocumented experience and how colleges and universities can work with and for undocumented students. Listen to… The undocumented experience @ 2:00 What does it mean to be a sanctuary campus? @ 7:00 How can teachers support undocumented students? @ 14:20 Resources for undocumented students at PLU @ 23:30 La palabra del día @ 27:05 Learn more about the resources PLU has to offer: PLU Resources for Undocumented Students (https://www.plu.edu/undocumented-students/student-resources/) Read the joint response statement from ASHE and ACPA: ASHE and ACPA Statement (https://www.ashe.ws/Files/Position%20Taking/ASHE%20&%20ACPA%20Response%20to%20SCOTUS%20DACA%20Decision%20and%20Position%20Statement%20on%20Undocumented%20College%20Students.pdf) Find legal resources and community networks: United We Dream (https://unitedwedream.org/) Informed Immigrant (https://www.informedimmigrant.com/) National Immigration Law Center (https://www.nilc.org/issues/daca/) Northwest Immigration Rights Project (https://www.nwirp.org/our-work/direct-legal-services/deferred-action-daca/) Black Alliance for Just Immigration (http://baji.org/resources/) Discover scholarship and fellowship opportunities: My Documented Life (https://mydocumentedlife.org/2016/09/12/scholarships-open-to-undocumented-students/) Immigrants Rising (https://immigrantsrising.org/resource/undergraduate-scholarships/) #PLU4US #UndocumentedStudents #Advocacy
In the summer of 2020, PLU's Names Family Court underwent a resurfacing. Coaches Kevin Aoki, Chad Murray and GC Hillburn give their comments on the new surface and the excitement for their student-athletes.
Lizbett Benge ’11 was recently awarded a doctorate in gender studies and she uses devised theater to challenge exis… https://t.co/Hp99ZrzNGX
Lizbett Benge ’11 was recently awarded a doctorate in gender studies and she uses devised theater to challenge existing narratives and assumptions about foster youth.
This week on BilingLutes, hosts Adela Ramos and Luke Ruiz are joined by Xochilt Peña ‘13 and current student Luis Reyes to discuss family, finding balance, leaving home and their advice for prospective students.
This week on BilingLutes, hosts Adela Ramos (@Ade1a) and Luke Ruiz are joined by Xochilt Peña ‘13 and current stude… https://t.co/cZkPHmJplo
On the latest episode of “Liberal Arts Can Save the World,” humanities dean Kevin O'Brien, English professor Adela Ramos and communications professor Marnie Ritchie discuss surveillance and race. They explore the differences between surveillance and watching, how surveillance can and does play a role in protest, and the ways we can be more conscious of how we're engaging with rhetoric in our lives.
Sprinting into the weekend and breaking the tape at UPS is Bailey Forsyth in the @pluxctf photo of the year! #GoLutes
Host Kevin O'Brien is back with another episode of Liberal Arts Can Save the World! This week he sits down with co-host Adela Ramos (Assistant Professor of English) and guest Marnie Ritchie (Assistant Professor of Communication) to discuss surveillance and race. They explore the differences between surveillance and watching, how surveillance can and does play a role in protest, and the ways we can be more conscious of how we're engaging with rhetoric in our lives.