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Gen Ed Requirements

by Guest Writer - 24 October 2014

by Genny Boots, Guest Writer It’s not uncommon to hear the quiet grumbling of a senior on their way to their physical education class or overhear a rant about a religion reading from a group of students at Old Main Market. Even cries of desperation fill the dorms as students struggle through their general...

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PLU Presents: Green Hills Alone


Brooke Thames, Guest Writer Green Hills Alone, an up-and-coming musical artist based out of Portland, Ore., is coming to Pacific Lutheran University for the third time on Oct. 30. Chris Miller, aka Green Hills Alone, has formed a lifestyle out of creating and sharing music. Music struck a chord with Miller when he was a child, when he began playing the piano and violin. In high school, he switched...

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Fall Career Fair: not just a meet and greet

Cartoon Courtesy of Reporter Online. Cartoon by Kory Merritt.

by Natalie DeFord, News Writer Walking into a job fair at Pacific Lutheran University is like walking into a rainbow. Booths of all colors and assortments surround students and offer them free candy and swag. Perhaps even a future career could be this rainbow’s pot of gold. More than 130 students attended last week’s Fall Career Fair in the Chris Knutzen Hall Wednesday Oct. 15, but free items...

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POLL: Electronic Cigarettes


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Women’s soccer still tops NWC despite loss


By David Mair, General Writer Game 1 Pacific Lutheran University’s Women’s Soccer team went up against the Whitman Missionaries on Saturday at East Field, and despite taking the lead first, the Lutes ultimately fell 2-1 in its Northwest Conference game. Prior to the match, the Lutes sat nicely atop of the NWC conference standings and was ranked 25th in the nation. Whitman, on the other hand,...