Monday, July 11, 2011

Front Page Draft


A West Side Story

The relationship between Pacific Lutheran athletics and the National Selection Committee is anything but friendly.

The Northwest Conference champion in any sport receives an automatic bid to the national tournament. The national selection committee is then left to determine if the conference runner-up is worthy of receiving an at-large bid to the national tournament.

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Students perform Shakespearean plays in 90 minutes

William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays in his lifetime. Now, Pacific Lutheran students will have a chance to see them all in one night.

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PLU community continues to support Hebrew Idol

An expansive multimedia team, 80 students and faculty members, two hosts and a panel of judges came together Thursday night in the CK to bring one professor’s vision to fruition: Hebrew Idol.

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Phony Kony Support: ow student turnout at events validates criticisms

“Posting a status and changing the world with ‘likes’ will not occur unless there are actions to back up all the talk that happens on the Internet.”

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PLU covers the night


First-year Darien Upshaw organized a Kony 2012 event on his own. The event, Cover the Night, took place at sunset on Red Square April 20 at 7:30 p.m.

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PLU places in recycling competition

Pacific Lutheran University took second place in Washington State for RecycleMania last weekend.

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Behind the scenes: Sustainability reduces pollution

It’s no secret that the Pacific Lutheran community values sustainability. We compost food waste, build sustainably and prefer refillable rather than disposable water bottles. But behind the scenes are less obvious efforts to be greener.

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