Candice Hughes Hughes encourages classmates to be global citizens
Mesa Day 2008: Mesa Day 2008
World renowned philosopher Peter Singer, visited campus to discuss everything from if it is OK to eat meat to what part of your wages should go toward alleviating world poverty?
F Games: Lutes compete in sumo wrestling at the F Games on Foss Field.
Spring Commencement 2008: Students await their turn to receive their diploma at Spring Commencement, 2008. They also spend some time decorating their mortar boards.
Lutes find trip to New Orleans inspiring, shocking as they try to help the community recover from Hurricane Katrina during a 2008 trip during Alternate Spring Break.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni painted the campus purple during PLU's third annual Relay for Life in 2009.
Kristi Reidel '09 Climbs a wall at Edgeworks for practice.
Tyler Faust, one of many students, share world experiences with others during World Conversations.
PLU music students had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour China during the summer of 2009.
The Wang Center for International Programs rounded out the busy 2007 study-away season with a two-day event showcasing the work of students and faculty while studying off-campus.
Student Bryan McEntire is working to achieve a career in jazz performance. He started playing at age 9, when he found an old saxophone in his grandfather's house that had been played by both generations of his family before him. http://news.plu.edu/node/2798
Soloist Sukhibir Randhawa performs student choreographer Rae-Ann Barras' "Aaja Nachle (Come Dance)," the Bollywood-inspired number of Dance 2010.
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver celebrated Earth Day 2008 with a presentation in Lagerquist Concert Hall.
Students enjoy the fire after dinner at Explore!
Outfitted in waders and armed with oranges, shallow plastic trays and pH testing kits, faculty members and alumni trudged into Clover Creek.
Renowned philosopher and animal rights activist, Peter Singer, challenged PLU students to think about what they eat, how their food was raised and how the animal was treated before it was killed for food.