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News – Marketing & Communications https://www.plu.edu/marcom/news/
We are pleased that earlier today the U.S. Department of Homeland Security rescinded its July 6 policy directive that would have required international students to take in-person college courses in order to remain in the U.S. At PLU, we are deeply committed to fostering a…
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Former PLU President Eugene Wiegman passed away on July 1 at the age of 90. Dr. Wiegman will be remembered for his remarkable career in education, government, advocacy and ministry—and his unceasing kindness and compassion. “Dr. Wiegman was a pure joy to talk with and…
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Duke Paulson ‘93 graduated from PLU in 1993 with a major in biology and a minor in psychology. While at PLU, he was on the swim and rowing teams, played soccer for a bit, and was heavily involved in Young Life. Today, he’s executive director…
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On Thursday, Pacific Lutheran University celebrated Tacoma Pride Week with its second annual pride flag raising. Hosted by the dCenter, the online/campus hybrid event featured five student speakers, who spoke about what pride means to them, especially in 2020. “Although this is only our second…
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Erin Azama ’01, MAE 06 is a special education teacher at Grant Center for the Expressive Arts, an arts-focused elementary school in Tacoma’s North End. She works with children from kindergarten to fifth-grade, so her work-from-home transition was not only a break from her routine…
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On July 9 PLU’s Campus Ministry and Center for Graduate and Continuing Education will be hosting a virtual edition of The People’s Gathering, a dialogue-based event series focusing in-depth on the topic of race. The People’s Gathering is an annual professional/personal development experience and supportive…
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As a first-year student, the initial adjustment to life at PLU was challenging for Mark Hernández. They’d attended a high school that was over 90 percent students of color. PLU,
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Twenty-one new PLU scholarships have been created for CS-STEM students from underprivileged backgrounds, thanks to a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant, which provides funding over
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Andrew Miller ‘14 and his partners at Mount Vernon’s Tulip Town were counting on a big haul in April. That’s when 350,000 tourists normally flock to the area to celebrate
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Aminda Cheney-Irgens is a smart, driven, and globally-minded Pacific Lutheran University senior who, like her peers, spent her spring adjusting to a new way of doing college. She’s learned to
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A film produced by MediaLab students at Pacific Lutheran University has been nominated for the College Emmy Awards. Living on the Edge tells the story of North Cove, Wash., one
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Daniel Hachet ‘20 might be graduating this spring, but his green initiatives will continue on at PLU. On-campus restaurants now recycle thousands of cereal bags—and are even getting paid to
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TACOMA, WASH. (May 5, 2020) — After a lifetime devoted to care and service, Kathy (Welsh) Krogstad ‘85 wasn’t going to stand on the sidelines during the COVID-19 global health
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TACOMA, WASH. (May 4, 2020) — Five dynamic new weekly shows headline PLU Community YouTube, a new venture that leverages original programming to showcase the uniquely interpersonal values and tight-knit
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 30, 2020) — The National Science Foundation has awarded PLU and Professor of Chemistry Dean Waldow a $230,000 grant over three years to continue his research with
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To: All students and families From: Office of the President Wednesday, April 29 at 3:30 p.m.   Dear students and families, My oldest son, a first-year university student, recently quipped,
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By ; TACOMA, WASH. (April 28, 2020) — Seven years after graduating, Alayna Linde ‘10 is back on Pacific Lutheran University’s campus — this time consulting with Pierce County Parks
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 22, 2020) — As a senior vice president at Virginia Mason Health System, Charleen Tachibana ‘77 serves as the chief nursing officer and oversees the quality and
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 21, 2020) — Worried about graduating into an uncertain job market? Need to hear some encouragement or advice from a PLU alum who’s been in your shoes
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 18, 2020) — Even before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended U.S. citizens use face coverings when in public, there was a national shortage of
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 14, 2020) — Jessica Anderson ’07 is hunkering down at home in Montana with husband Chris, kids Bryer and Jase, and Jethro the dog while working for
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 14, 2020) — In a parking lot outside Stony Brook University Hospital, two tents allow physicians to triage up to 100 patients per day. They discern between
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 13, 2020) — Six teams of PLU students, the university’s largest-ever cohort, participated in the 34th annual Mathematical Contest in Modeling on Feb. 13-17 — an international
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TACOMA, WASH. (April 9, 2020) — Physical distancing and shelter-in-place directives have made traditional ways of keeping in community challenging at best during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why PLU is
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The PLU Theatre & Dance Department is lucky to have Amanda Sweger as a faculty member. Amanda has taught at PLU since fall 2012. She focuses on lighting and scenic

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