Pacific Lutheran University junior cross country and track and field competitor Carly Dailey is this week's Lute in the Limelight. Dailey was interviewed by classmate Hannah Wisti and she also edited this video.
Pacific Lutheran University junior softball player Mari Foster is this week's Lute in the Limelight. Foster is coming off a sophomore season where she hit .500 in 15 games and added 11 extra-base hits, 10 RBI and seven stolen bases. Classmate Hannah Wisti interviewed Fosters and edited this video.
Wacky Wednesday is back! Here's fun bloopers from the football and softball media days earlier this fall! Looks like we might have a new mascot! Welcome to the team, Pancake!
Pacific Lutheran University senior swimmer Seth Koivisto is a nine-time All-Northwest Conference selection. He spoke with Lute freshman Molly House about his leadership and the upcoming 2021 season.
Pacific Lutheran University swimmer Bailey Hamilton, the reigning Northwest Conference Champion in the 100 Fly, was interviewed by Lute freshman Molly House about the upcoming season and how she will defend her crown.
Pacific Lutheran University head men's and women's swimming coach Matt Sellman was interviewed by Lute freshman Molly House about his decade of coaching at his alma mater, how he's keeping the student-athletes engaged and his expectations for the upcoming 2021 season.
Pacific Lutheran University senior Zachary Goff interviews women's rowing coach Dave Harvey about his men and their question and answer session with author Arshay Cooper who wrote A Most Beautiful Thing: The True Story of America's First All-Black High School Rowing Team.
Pacific Lutheran University senior Zachary Goff interviews women's rowing coach Andy Foltz about his women and their question and answer session with author Arshay Cooper who wrote A Most Beautiful Thing: The True Story of America's First All-Black High School Rowing Team.
Pacific Lutheran University’s computer science major prepares students to work in the technology industry as professional software developers, to continue their studies in graduate school, or to apply their computational skills to another field. With a degree in computer science you might end up writing code for software simulations of proteins, creating the next big video game, or developing a social application that connects people in new ways. The possibilities are limitless. Learn more at www.plu.edu/computer-science
A statewide collaboration between Pacific Lutheran University, Lower Columbia College, Central Washington University, University of Seattle, Clover Park Technical College, the Washington Department of Veterans Affairs, and Vet Corps. We want to celebrate our men and women who have served this great nation, and despite the pandemic we feel it is necessary to continue to show support, even if done remotely.
Pacific Lutheran University junior Tommy Snyder is this week's Lute in the Limelight. As a sophomore, the lefty was 2-2 with a 4.64 ERA and struck out 15 batters in 21 1/3 innings pitched. Snyder was interviewed by classmate Hannah Wisti and she completed the editing and production.
Pacific Lutheran University is committed to ensuring that our nursing graduates will enter the workforce equipped with the skills needed in today’s complex and rapidly changing healthcare environment. Providing students with advanced healthcare knowledge, impeccable clinical skills, well-developed problem-solving, and communication and leadership skills requires not only highly committed faculty and updated curriculum, but world class facilities, as well. The new Clinical Learning and Simulation Center doubles the space dedicated to our nursing program and gives students access to state-of-the-art technology and resources needed to ensure that the next generation of PLU nurses will continue to be known for their ability to serve, lead and care in a way that is distinctly PLU. Learn more: https://www.plu.edu/nursing
Pacific Lutheran University freshman softball player Molly House interviewed women's basketball players Toni Thibert and Megan Drake as well as new head coach GC Hillburn about how practice has been going and the upcoming season.
Shot, edited and produced by PLU student Zach Goff, here are the highlights from the PLU Baseball team's 2020 fall ball series.
Lutes, remember to get out and vote! PLU swimmer Kiyomi Kishaba talks about voting and on-campus resources for fellow Lutes. #GoLutes
Beginning in October, head volleyball coach Kevin Aoki and assistant track and field and football coach Trey Henderson have hosted diversity open forums every two weeks via zoom for student-athletes, coaches and staff in order to provide a respectful and inclusive environment. PLU student Zach Goff interviewed the two coaches and freshman volleyball player Torie Takeuchi about the forums. The next one is Wednesday, November 4 from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m.
For NCAA Diversity and Inclusion Week, members of the Pacific Lutheran University SAAC partnered with the Diversity Center's Reinke Scholars to produce a workshop based on the three themes of this year's social media campaign. The final theme is Together We Rise and explores how the student-athletes can take what they've learned in the workshop and have a positive impact on PLU Athletics and the greater PLU Community.
For NCAA Diversity and Inclusion Week, members of the Pacific Lutheran University SAAC partnered with the Diversity Center's Reinke Scholars to produce a workshop based on the three themes of this year's social media campaign. The second of the three themes is I've Got Your Back and the focus was on treating your teammates how they want to be treated.
For NCAA Diversity and Inclusion Week, members of the Pacific Lutheran University SAAC partnered with the Diversity Center's Reinke Scholars to produce a workshop based on the three themes of this year's social media campaign. The first of the three themes is My Story Matters and the focus was on the student-athletes' salient identities.
Study Abroad in Namibia Namibia is located along the southwestern Atlantic coast of Africa, between Angola and South Africa. Although it is the 31st largest country in the world, it is one of the least densely populated with slightly more than two million people living there. The national language is English, though most people’s first language is one of at least 13 different regional languages. This program is based in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, a modern city of over 340,000 people. This mile-high city is located in the geographical center of the country with mountainous northern and southern borders. The city reflects German colonial influence and the impact of apartheid and South African occupation, as well as the presence of 11 indigenous groups. It is a cosmopolitan city that reflects a rich diversity. Along with the main campus of University of Namibia, Windhoek supports excellent hotels, restaurants, and shops. plu.edu/studyaway/studyabroad/semester-programs/windhoek-namibia/