The @PLUVolleyball team is back in action on a brand new Names Family Court and looking to return to the top of th… https://t.co/YVG97VvhNU
The Pacific Lutheran University volleyball team is back in action on a brand new Names Family Court and looking to back to the top of the Northwest Conference.
Women of color at PLU build connections that provide support and opportunity through the Sista Circle program.… https://t.co/ZUB0cY2cFq
Women of color at PLU build connections that provide support and opportunity through the Sista Circle program. #ResoLute #Mentorship
A junior electrical engineering major, Erick Arcos competed in four races in 2019 for the Pacific Lutheran University cross country team and ran a season-best at the PLU Invite (28:03.4)
Today we begin our Salute to the Senior Class of 2021. First up is @PLU_WSoc's Sydney Larson! #GoLutes https://t.co/MueM2K7GDl
Today's we begin our Salute to the Senior Class of 2021. First up is @PLU_WSoc's Sydney Larson! #GoLutes https://t.co/MueM2K7GDl
Happy #ConstitutionDay and #CitizenshipDay, Lutes. Friendly public service reminder to PLU students, alumni and fri… https://t.co/jspJXKox19
Happy Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, Lutes. Friendly public service reminder to PLU students, alumni and friends to make sure that you’re registered to vote this November! We also posed three quick Constitution-related questions to PLU Department of Political Science Chair Michael Artime: Q: What is it about the constitution that has allowed it to hold up and remain such a sturdy guidepost for 233 years? A: I think that there are good reasons and bad reasons for the endurance of the Constitution. I think that the system of checks and balances has prevented any one group or branch from breaking our democracy. Likewise, I think that the people of this country deserve a lot of credit for doing the hard work of preserving the overall system through continued pressure for democratic change (even though there is still much work to be done). Q: Do you think the founders would be surprised to find out that the constitution they wrote is still our nation's constitution 230 years later? A: It's hard to say what the founders would think, but I would assume that they would be surprised that we are so reticent to make changes today. The constitution is, first and foremost, a political document born out of a lot of partisan and ideological compromises between the delegates. I think that they would be surprised that we seem so hesitant to use the levers of politics to make changes to the document. Q: What’s a little known fact or trivia bit about the constitution that you enjoy? A: I was thinking earlier about constitution facts, and one thing that I like to do with my students is have them imagine just how uncomfortable it was during its writing. As it says in this article by RealClear Policy (https://rb.gy/topevh) - “The National Constitution Center describes the weather during the summer of 1787 as ‘unbearably hot and humid,’ making debate even more unpleasant. The windows and doors of the Assembly Room were closed, and the delegates would not take off their coats and vests.”
Pacific Lutheran University senior volleyball co-captain Lauren Wilson spoke with junior Hannah Wisti about the start of the 2020-21 year both on the court and in the classroom.
We also talked with @PLUVolleyball senior co-captain Lauren Wilson about the start of the new year! #GoLutes https://t.co/kSVtmg62Jb
"It’s great to have a mentor, a teacher, a wise other who’s looking out for you, but if that person then starts int… https://t.co/qaBQsV5Yhh
"The product of a mentoring interaction can be as short-lived as a single conversation that turns out to be incredi… https://t.co/G87tmJC2fx
"Mentoring relationships...can be some of the most rewarding and fulfilling relationships we have. They can be rela… https://t.co/A2aimzAkCU
"I think what a lot of businesses do are very good professional advising programs. I would not call them mentoring… https://t.co/2flnLdXfNY
A great first read in our new mentorship-themed issue of #ResoLute is this conversation with psychology professor Wendelyn Shore about the ethics and intricacies of mentorship.
A great first read in our new mentorship-themed issue of #ResoLute is this conversation with psychology professor W… https://t.co/nYeum3Tv5h
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PLU leaders are joined by members of the South Sound community to celebrate and reflect on the opening of the PLU School of Nursing's new Clinical Learning and Simulation Center.
Saiyare shares in the piece that their @PLUWangCenter-supported study away experience in Oaxaca, Mexico was a turni… https://t.co/dQZZedl6sj
Great KNKX Public Radio feature on local artist, activist and PLU alum Saiyare Refaei ‘15. Saiyare shares in the piece that their PLU Wang Center-supported study away experience in Oaxaca, Mexico was a turning point for their art and activism.
Pacific Lutheran University junior setter Emily Dulaney talks with classmate Hannah Wisti about blended classes and the first day of fall volleyball practice.
All-NWC setter Emily Dulaney also chatted with Hannah about the first practice on Monday and how blended classes ar… https://t.co/myWp1Uc0y8
PLU junior Hannah Wisti talked with Head @PLUVolleyball Coach Kevin Aoki about the beginning of the 2020 season and… https://t.co/mVhhOKIjLn
PLU junior Hannah Wisti talked with Head Volleyball Coach Kevin Aoki about the beginning of the 2020 season and what he's hoping to get out of his fall training session.