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Stuen reopens, revived and ready for residents

Left to Right: Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Joanna Royce-Davis, Resident Director Mercy Daramola, Resident Assistant Tyler Dobies, President Thomas Krise, Resident Hall Council President Mollie Parce and Dean of Campus Life and Executive Director of Residential Life Tom Huelsbeck  participate in cutting of the ribbon to freshly renovated Stuen Hall.
by Reland Tuomi - 28 September 2014

  Left to Right: Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Joanna Royce-Davis, Resident Director Mercy Daramola, Resident Assistant Tyler Dobies, President Thomas Krise, Resident Hall Council President Mollie Parce and Dean of Campus Life and Executive Director of Residential Life Tom Huelsbeck...

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Center for Media Studies kicks off with mixer

Junior Camille Adams, senior Sam Horn, first-year Genny Boots and junior Natalie DeFord enjoy networking at the CMS Event.
Photo by Elise Anderson

Junior Camille Adams, senior Sam Horn, first-year Genny Boots and junior Natalie DeFord enjoy networking at the CMS Event.Photo by Elise Anderson The School of Arts and Communication hosted a party, celebrating the official opening of the Center for Media Studies (CMS) on Thursday, Sept. 18, at B Sharp Coffee House in downtown Tacoma. Students, alumni, staff and faculty from the communication department,...

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Protect yourself from Heartbleed hack

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By Katelynn Padron, Business Writer Earlier this month, a Google programmer discovered the Heartbleed bug — a major coding mistake that made sensitive information such as passwords and addresses accessible to hackers — in an Internet security code. Heartbleed was part of a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption code. According to GMO Internet Group, these codes serve to create safer connections...

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Student Media: Back in full force

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After a rough summer and late beginning, student media is back and ready for another year here at Pacific Lutheran University. When the new media outlet heads were hired at the end of last year, we honestly had no idea what we were in for. Cut to the summer and the student leaders of Mast Media, Saxifrage, The Matrix and Lute Air Student Radio are meeting with our various faculty and staff advisers...

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Sam Says: It’s time to step down

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With each passing minute, I have relished my position as sports editor of The Mooring Mast. The opportunities to write an array of articles and gain experience in doing so has been critical to my understanding of how to be successful in the sports media industry. It has been incredible to see every sports team at Pacific Lutheran University succeed in its own way. The women’s swim team and the...