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PLU first year golfers Luke Hall and Austin Darnell talk about the season and the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships. #GoLutes
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Did you miss the 2018 PLU Athletics Awards Dessert? Then you missed a great show kicked off by our emcees Dylan Foreman and Julia Hutchinson. Enjoy! #GoLutes
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The Lutes had a banner year in 2017-18 and we are thrilled with our student-athletes success on the field and in the classroom. They continue to strive towards growth and improvement every day and showcase our core values or Leadership, Unity, Teamwork, Excellence, and Service! #GoLutes
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Hear from the student-athletes about Coach Wood and the impact she has made on their lives. Wood retires after 11 years of coaching Women's Tennis for the Lutes at the end of the season. #GoLutes
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In honor of NCAA Division III Week, we celebrate what it means to be a Lute! #GoLutes
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PLU cross country and track & field's Kyle Rapacz talks about his ability to pursue multiple passions while being a student-athlete 2018 PLU Division III Breakfast. #WhyD3 #GoLutes
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PLU volleyball's Julia Hutchison speaks at the 2018 PLU Division III Breakfast about how being a Division III student-athlete has helped her grow as a person and establish an identity for herself. #D3Week #WhyD3 #GoLutes
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PLU student-athletes talk about the people on campus who inspire them, part of the Lutes' celebration of D3Week.
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PLU women's swimmer Kaycee Simpson talks about qualifying for the NCAA Division III Championships and her debut season with the Lutes.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
PLU offers 3300 students a combination of 44 academically rigorous liberal arts and professional programs. PLU students take part in student-faculty research, internships, lab work, field studies and numerous other hands-on learning experiences, and work closely with professors who are experts in their fields and passionate teachers. https://www.plu.edu/admission
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Bob Ferguson is Washington State’s 18th Attorney General. As the state’s chief legal officer, Bob is committed to protecting the people of Washington against powerful interests that don’t play by the rules. He is a fourth-generation Washingtonian, a graduate of the University of Washington and New York University law school. Bob and his wife, Colleen, are the proud parents of 9-year-old twins, Jack and Katie. As Attorney General, Bob Ferguson has: • Successfully blocked President Trump’s first executive order barring travel from seven Muslim-majority nations. • Won an important case for the rights of same-sex couples in Washington when he filed a consumer protection lawsuit against a Richland florist for refusing to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding. Bob personally argued this case in front of the Washington State Supreme Court, which ruled unanimously in favor of the state. • Won a major lawsuit against the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association, an association of large corporations that attempted to shield the identity of the true source of contributions to an initiative campaign, and thereby intentionally violated Washington campaign finance laws. A Thurston County Superior Court Judge ordered the organization to pay $18 million in punitive damages and $1.1 million in attorney costs and fees – the largest campaign finance judgment in United States history, ever. • Formed the Wing Luke Civil Rights Unit, the first office within the Attorney General’s Office dedicated to protecting the civil rights of everyone in Washington. • Filed multiple legal actions against the U.S. Department of Energy regarding the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, first for delaying cleanup of nuclear waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, and then for putting hundreds of Hanford workers at risk of exposure to harmful toxic waste. The first lawsuit was successful, and the second is ongoing. • Created the Counsel for Environmental Protection within the Attorney General’s Office to protect our environment and the safety and health of all Washingtonians. • Created the Office of Military and Veteran Legal Assistance within the Attorney General’s Office to help current and former service members find pro bono legal assistance.
PacificLutheranUniv PacificLutheranUniv
The PLU IHON-Oxford Program is located in the small, culturally diverse city of Oxford, England. Program participants — drawn from PLU’s IHON Program—pursue individualized courses of study in tutorials with Oxford scholars, while also exploring place-based learning with a PLU faculty member. While it is not quite true that in Oxford, as the writer William Hazlitt sarcastically noted, one is made wiser just by being surrounded by its “streets paved with the names of learning,” and “green quadrangles breath[ing] silence of thought,” this very old city and university are nevertheless inspiring places for PLU students to live and study. For more information visit plu.edu/honors
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The PLU IHON-Oxford Program is located in the small, culturally diverse city of Oxford, England. Program participants — drawn from PLU’s IHON Program—pursue individualized courses of study in tutorials with Oxford scholars, while also exploring place-based learning with a PLU faculty member. While it is not quite true that in Oxford, as the writer William Hazlitt sarcastically noted, one is made wiser just by being surrounded by its “streets paved with the names of learning,” and “green quadrangles breath[ing] silence of thought,” this very old city and university are nevertheless inspiring places for PLU students to live and study. For more information visit plu.edu/honors
PacificLutheranUniv PacificLutheranUniv
The PLU IHON-Oxford Program is located in the small, culturally diverse city of Oxford, England. Program participants — drawn from PLU’s IHON Program—pursue individualized courses of study in tutorials with Oxford scholars, while also exploring place-based learning with a PLU faculty member. While it is not quite true that in Oxford, as the writer William Hazlitt sarcastically noted, one is made wiser just by being surrounded by its “streets paved with the names of learning,” and “green quadrangles breath[ing] silence of thought,” this very old city and university are nevertheless inspiring places for PLU students to live and study. For more information visit plu.edu/honors
PacificLutheranUniv PacificLutheranUniv
The PLU IHON-Oxford Program is located in the small, culturally diverse city of Oxford, England. Program participants — drawn from PLU’s IHON Program—pursue individualized courses of study in tutorials with Oxford scholars, while also exploring place-based learning with a PLU faculty member. While it is not quite true that in Oxford, as the writer William Hazlitt sarcastically noted, one is made wiser just by being surrounded by its “streets paved with the names of learning,” and “green quadrangles breath[ing] silence of thought,” this very old city and university are nevertheless inspiring places for PLU students to live and study. For more information visit plu.edu/honors
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More than a century after Pacific Lutheran University was founded by Norwegian immigrants, the university maintains its connection to the founders’ homeland through study away programs. Students travel more than 4,500 miles to extend their interdisciplinary knowledge in big cities and small villages alike, gaining a global perspective that’s equal parts foreign and familiar. While the sites might be new, Lutes are exposed to common values that tie PLU to Norway ― both the historical and the contemporary. PLU traveled to Norway in the fall to get a glimpse of our roots ― våre røtter ― through the eyes of students.
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Bjug Harstad founded Pacific Lutheran University in 1890. To this day, his relatives are still active in the PLU community. During homecoming 2017 his descendants gathered for an evening of music, laughter, and memories.
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“Light Seekers” by Emilie Rommel Shimkus ‘03. Produced by Sam O' Hara '16.
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The PLU Pledge is a loan repayment assistance program, a safety net, for all our incoming first-year students* for the 2018-19 academic year. Once you are employed after graduation, if you earn less than $40,000 per year, we will help you repay your student (and parent PLUS) loans until you do. *This does not include incoming first-year students intending to major in Nursing or international students The PLU Pledge covers all federal direct and private alternative student loans, as well as parent PLUS loans. For more information visit plu.edu/plupledge/
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PLU softball's Bailey Plumb talks about her study away experience over J-Term in New Zealand and the start of the season for the Lutes. #GoLutes
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Seniors Keiko Inouye and Sarah Stafford reflect on their time as student-athletes with the Lutes. #GoLutes
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On February 13, PLU Baseball drafted its newest Lute, Garrett Brown! We are excited to partner with Team IMPACT to help cheer on Garrett! #GoLutes
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PLU men's swimming seniors Bryson Baligad and Dennis Liu reflect on their time as student-athletes with the Lutes heading into the NWC Championships. #GoLutes
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Head Coach Adam Frye leads the Lutes and shares his vision for the program.
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PLU women's basketball student-athlete Madison Salisbury talks about winning NWC Player of the Week, the Lutes suffocating defense, and the transition from high school to college.

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