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INTRO

Olientation is

an

age-old tradition at PLU that marks a transition in the lives of more

lhan 600 freshman. Dorms were opened on September 4th and orientation activities were held through September 8th. Some of the orientation activities that took place throughout the week include the Ice cream Social on Thursday night. Playfair in the Olson Fieldhouse on friday, and on Sunday

Dogpatch Olympics and a picnic at Gonyea house hosted by Dr. Loren Anderson and his family Classes were canceled on Monday, from 9:45 to 1 :45 for Opening Convocation. The cer足 emony was followed by the involvement fair and picnic on Foss Field. The festivities ended at 7pm with the all campus worship in Reds Square. "J liked the dinner with the president. It showed us how much he cared about us." -Joshua Simmons "Convocation made me feel like I was in a movie. It made me feel so grown up." -MaUa DUIT

Written by: Amy Pardini Layout by: Derek Helmer

(Above) Listen, This is why you are here,,,?

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(Right)

Professors line u: to welcome new student at Opening Convocation

As

the band

(Below)

These gown are

starting to get really hot.

(Farupperrightl Everyone go straight.

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As President

.n.derson talks. students isten attentively.

(Lower light) prepared.

I am well

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ILYWEEKEND

(Top) Smile for the cam足 era.

(Lower left) Aah!

(Lower right) OK, what do we do now?

(left) We told you we would come.

(Below) Are we having (un yet?

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Lower left) Everyone act

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:razy now.

whole stage to myself.

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HOMECOMING DANCE

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This year Songfest drew the biggest crowd and resulted in the best demonslration of school spirit.

it was a packed house and the

audience went ballistic for their reside;nt halls. This year's theme was "Broadway Meets the Silver Screen." The pelformance was well put together by

some creative

choreographers and perfonned by talented and enthusiastic students. Aside from the usual hall learns. students got to see some of their professors act out "Mary Poppins meets Batman," Every learn kept the

audience cheering and wanting more.

Deborah Cash who choreo­

graphed a large part of Stuen's dances, said, "Songfest was a great experience. it combined music. creativity, and fun with an opportunity to make new friends and enhance community spirit. \VriUen by: Evan Johnson Layou l by: Derek Helmer

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(Lowerleftj High fives. Foss (Lower right) These actiO! and Ivy on stage after win- aciventureskltsblewtheal dience away. nlng 1st Place!

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Corey Shamley. Jeb Bennet. Leifl,uno. Jason Benjamin.

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Sarah A'dey.

Peterson. \bove) may the Force be

ith you.

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Mindy Norris.

Beth Cowel. and Kristen Kay.

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"LlGHTUP

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a comedy ab.,,,t 'he .crlU

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Jimmy

Gillettrs character makes a motative speech in his ex足 citement over the premier.

natiZes her latest "crisis" to

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SPRING THEATRE

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tion

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Stairway to Heaven.

(Right) Hello!

which awakens whatever romance

l>elongs to our character. The magic tights,

the pomp scene, the fair, false, exciting

life that is detailed before us, crowding

Into some three short hours all our most

I>usy ambition could desire-all these ap足

peals to our senses are not made in

vain.Our taste for castle building and

visions deepens upon us, and we chew the

mental opium which stagnates the other

faculties, but wakes that of the ideal . -Edward Bulwer-Lytton

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SANKTALU(IA

Sank13 LucIa I� an annual P1.U ",'enl. honoMu, "lie Sea" dl "' '' ....'' t.c.'11 al/e n.. I>n>gnom was h<:ld In Mary Baker R,,_ll Music Building 10< Ihe n� tim< 'his year. It Included /lan",k.,...

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• IoNI 5<'andlna.1all children's choir. a5 "'en as II S<-.u)(linavllon

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10 lean. about anolher cult"", and are Ills<> Inle";.-w",, by 1\ "",,,min,,,, 0/ Ih� ptop�. 1\11 Sank... Lucia """Idlda,,,,, m,," �ho'" R will!lIg,,<'SI< \0 le"," aoolll S"ffilsh ClIlt",.." ( " ..cr II period of f"u. ""'''lh� p""",dlng n,. prog.am. lh.-y learn ,radIUo""l s.....dl�h "'''p"ud dal"''''�. which lhq ""rformed al the prtIf(rnm ,n o...:.",l>o:r 13 s.,nlor Karl" Anti""",,, was oclttlnl as PLU's 1997 SanJua Lucia. Kao1n w,,� awartlod a S500 !ICOIarshlp by ,he commlnee

wll<> ""ICC1",1 h...., TI,. Sank!1I Lucia auendant.5loc1uded.JooI-fee nergh",,!. Scyll.. Borglllln. Amy Ura",..,. Emily Ellis. Som� �;'''''''OI\. M""�' .r:,,",'I<'<>, Mld,Ulel-L"''IOII. Krist1/Ia11!11tsLand. UQbbl 11"IJhr•. P. " ....'" Walk.iM. RdJt'«a. W.llaM.. and Elln Wt"dl

Wnllcn by' BrandlIlttM' l..8you, by' �k Helmer

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(Upper left) Singing under Mary Baker Russell Music Center's Organ,

(Upper right) How come you get to sit and we have to stand.

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.Lower left) It was fun be足

(Lower right)

ing here.

looks great!

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(Upper left) You better watch out. Hong received a surprising visit from Santa Clause this year.

(Upper right) How their eyes twinkle. Hong resi­ dents gather In their lounge rOl' the Christmas Party.

(Above) Friends whc are near to us gathel near to us. Student� pose at their Christ· mas party.

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Christmas

Diooner. This group of friends is enjoying a pre路 finals break.

tUpper right) A Holly Jolly table, At Hong's Christmas party.

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..ower left) All I want for :hcistmas. Santa gives out Ifts to students. sent by 1eir parents.

tLower right) It was the night before Christmas, Santa reads -rhe Night be颅 fore Christmas." as students listen.

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J-TERM ABROAD COURSES

(Upper leftl At the beach. Jen Tinker, Jody DO\VTlS, and Bria Becker

(Upper middle) Flying High, New Zealand street performer lifts Kevin P. Marshall. (Upper right) New Zealand Adventure. Jen Tinker. Bria Becker. Robby Larson. (Middle left) G'day - or whatever they say in New Zealand. Mark Lofdahl sports a new hat. (Middle right) Sitting on a rock seems so much bet­ ter when in a foreign coun­

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try. Michelle KJumpar. Jen Tinker, Craig, Bria Becker. Matt Mullin!..'(, Herzog. and Betsy Colleen. (Lower left) Balloon head, baUoon head .

(Lower right)

The whole

gang of students and pro­ fessors who went to New Zealand.

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Bria Becker

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OPERAWORKSHOP . "THE MERRY WIDOW"

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(Top left)

"Some men are

luckier than others.

(Top right) Dazed and Confused.

(Lower left) Just let it all

(Lower rIght) Isn't this s路

out.

much fun.

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(Left Middle) What did you do borrow Pinocchio's cos­ tume, (Below) "Alleluia,"

Held Farns

30ttom lcft) 'Kiss me," 'Is there a reception line,

ReId Parris

(Bottom right) It's time to �River Dance."

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SPRINGFO

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(Left) "Fly Me to the Moon.路路 Andy Armstrong and his dale. (Below) Heather Young and Jerry Ladd

Adria Franks

(l<lwer right) In between dances. Couples stop to rest their tired feet.

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ELEGIES FOR ANGELS, PUNKS, AND RAGING QUEENS

-nil' I'LU I"""",,,,, drpan"",m c"-<l lis 1997·199tI M:"oon ,,11h one of II", firSt coIl<1Ila,,, I><'rfonnan""" 0/ tim fI"!!MU's ·t;I"I/I.... for All�Lft Punks and RagIng QuttnS: a filar Insplrru by

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01""" .. .... . lh� mot ,ao::kleoI A n.1>: of mo""klft\"'" and _� In ....h"'h I 1 by I)r William k'ev" R"""",UI".. Imn><kd to rdle<:1 ttl(" hmad ,,!"""'nlm of � that AIDS has aJl"ttt..:l "(1", �' . I'I ,. .... 'Io" r".. 'E�' """'" 10 tt"....,U afler he ""'" the AIDS '1um for U", HI'SI Un..,.

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Ih<" gra'''' t.hrough 36 characters. all of whom ha,..,

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-lays the Broadway bound

[Botton) left) Robert Bassett plays Mitch.

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DANCE ENSEMBLE

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GRADUATION

As Finals �ttk I>tglllS 10 approoeh. """'" Sludent' art SIft•..,.. out, Bul """, s..nfors "r� ,,,,lUng bttau,", Spring Gr>duallo<l I. ,,..,. - thM day lha! all 0( u,'hh,k aoou! wlltn w. h,,'e fH'O/<':ts, 1<:"'. and pa,....-. due Hr>d a>k, "1'>1"10 will lhl� end?" FOT Ihl. ,.,a,-,; grads, lilt allS�'.. was 0<1 May 2·1 al 2:30pm In'f'iml by '-gI'ooary Norwegla" <!hnolOgiSll1iO< Hrytrdahl, lilt)' we.... senT from PUJ to lht·....aJ "wid: Ao;conllng (0 Lan)' Ntl""" In n", Ofne.. 01 Tnslltutl""al R"""arch and Asoemmr, 99 perc...u 0( (he gradual!:s start... at PLU as !rs r hman, �·hll. 127 students graduating a.... transfer Slcxkn!s. Of 11,.. 99 gradual"" .:110 '{r a trd "" h",hman. ""Iy 21 per<:tnt art finishing '),.... <k:e',rtes In to�r years. It has taken 72 �'" of graduates II"" years to graduat!:. 1"1,,,,(,,,,,, pe'''''''! of stud""iS lOO� six )'tars and 9 1',""'''11 I",.. tak.." "",'en )....... ()( mort to romplete tllelr degrtt requlre"",,,a. Writlen 3.1<1 LayOU! by: Dm'k Helmet

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Ann Krs i tin A<'Iker

Antonio Aguirre

Nes� Akay

C<'Irrio2' Allen

Kelty Allen

Huther Anderson

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Aimtt Andrews

Chris Angell

Btrtndy Antonius

t\kiko Aoki

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Zeytlep Aydin

Flora Badiei

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Gina C<lnada

Shelly C.lnO

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Ang�la Bark�r

Tyler Boob

Danny C<lrlson

RMhel Ashley

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Robert BJSS\>t\

Whitley Brandon

rimo [k"kmann

Tone Be!:'k

Stine Brilthen

Elizabeth Burkhalter

Nathanid CMpent('r

Shilnnon Cltterson

lea Anne Chow�n

Deborah Collins

St>!h Copt' land

Mariil Consilio

Amy Co�!ine

LMS D�hlbg

Victoria Dilvid

Amber Davidson

Emlly Dilvidson

Missy DilVis

C...: ili..l Flachs

Su:unlle Fritch

HC<lIher Cochriln

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Ch�ryl Crowel!

Stephanie Eriben

Du�tyn Fuller

Amy FunSlen

Julio:' Ftye

Todd Fu.kumoto

Aaron Gr('ig

Trisha Fukumoto

Michael H,1gman

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Heidi Hilmlhon

Ryilll H�rris

Andrt>w Hart

Medon Hill

Terrece Hill

Knslina Hillesland

Mike Hjelkrem

Bdan HnllC'r

MMY Anne Hoppe

Elik Hulbel!

Erin Hungerford

Usbt:-th Iverson

Nina Jvcr=n

Lindsey Johnson

Sh�ro" Judic

BobbiJune1J

Wendy Kennedy

julie Kmgley

Ang-ela Kellogg

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Michelle Hassler

Knstina Knoll

eh)'l Helms

Jenni Kruegcr

Sh�nnon Herlocker

Leann.l H<lng-Loui�

Mike James

Ailron Lilfferty

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AI,'x,mdra Lampl:'rt

Jennifer LMson

Kristin l..;Jth�m

Kristin M",rlt'

Kate Mt>t;,:ger

Jami Meyers

r�ris Munen

K�thl�n Munro

Muyanfl Munroe

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Kier.;tl:'n Lill:'

M�kyJ" Miller

T�mr� Miller

Eric Moody

Kelle Nelso'l

Lillds.ay Nelson

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Tina Newman

Kim-Hoa Nguyen

Lene NOse!l

Erin O-Hagan

Jennifer Orms

Evelyn r�tnck

Rilchael Peitsch

Wilham Pfandet

David Pyle

Jenea Pope

Dean Popowski

Kevin Purdy

TeJI Rninwah:'r

Heidi Rams.elh

Carn{' Rlc{'

Lori Richardson

Jenni/<lf Riego

K!('rsten Rowley

Elil'-<1.beth Russell

Wendy Rygh

Christina Sarrensen

Michelle Sayler

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loy Ru�sell

Heidi Spli!tg�rber

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Erid:i\ SI�ph�l:1s

C.Hul Thielen

Jen Tinker

Kevin Vott<.:s!�d

Espen Wideroe

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Ma!! Torlin

Heid! S!ou!

s... rah S!racks

Cil:1dy Swendsen

Julie V"nscheiac

Kristyn WlIlchell

Srephen Young

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF TEACHING

(Left) Philosophy professor Keith Cooper outlines the properties of Metaphl1osophy for his students. MAKE ME LAUGH

(Below) Languages and Literature profes� sor Eric Nelson jokes around With his class. hoping to get some attention.

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IT GOES LIKE THIS

(Above) English professor Paul Benton dis­ cusses "The Jungle' by UplonSinclalr with hiS class. INDIAN ADVENTURES

(Left) {{eliglon professor Stewart Govig and

his wife Alice pose olltslde theTaJ Mahal in Agra while on an excursion to India.

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MIGHTY BUSINESS WOMEN (Right) Lisa Ottoson, Amy Castine, Susan Andresen. Catherine Brady. and ,Jennifer Goody pose for the camera.

CAUGHT IN MID路SENTENCE (Below) Joseph McCann, Dean of PLlJ's School of Business. also serves as a profes路

SOl' for the department.

LOST IN CONVERSATION (Right) Susan Martensen. Director of the School of Business' Communications and External Relations, chats with a colleague.

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HOW DO YOU DO'? (Left) Pinda Ratanacban talks \\>1th Gary Reid over a cup of sparkling cider at lhe &hool of Business Christmas party.

LA your BY ANGELA O'BRIEN COPY TAJillN FROM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FLYER

The mission of the School of Business is to stimulate the develop足 ment and ongoing improvement of the whole person and communities we serve by providing a relevant. jnnovaUve and quality business education in the liberal arts spirit. PLUs School of Business offers an exceptional business educaUoD. The program combines a challengIng upper division business cW1iculum with a strong liberal arts foundation. Classes

are

taughl by full Ph.D.足

qualified faculty. dedicated to teaching. Class sizes are small to provide a personal learning environl11enl. The professionally accredited Bachelor of Business Adminislration degree pmgram prepares students for a broad range of careers in industry. government. and non-profit organizations.

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L\luur BYA."iGELA O·BRJ£.'V

\\'RlTT£N BY SAGA STAFf'

n,., Sd>OOl of t;d"""'tion a' l'aclllc tu,hrr.m Unr...,nilty -offen ptq(..."", ofMudy Io;od'ng ,ocertlflcation forr�t.�ty and OftOrvl

III) '�a�hln8. "",,".IoB. ., n,,�a. aclm''''.....'o'". <'ducato,,: U 1I,., PLU ca'''''''' "",""rl� It.

and

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n", PUJ SC>hoot of Ed""",ion 15 '''''Y demanding. but also '''''Y ,..,..."rdl,1fI. ",.,""hoot Is growIn�mooh ynu. but Il.e quality 0( classes tk>a ,101 drop......d 31 P!..U. II,., ""hoot 15 '"ttY coml'dlll,..,. All the .,""",,'" ha• .., 11...<>VJ>I>I1"'�ty to ,..,ntu'"a.""""11·...1en. \IIa"l\I ngt"" '011'" h."U.cI. OI''''K�nt I�""hlng uprti.:nl..,. Sm'�nuowho gra</uhtdml1l It>< 1''''8''' """ �dy 10 �Iejllnto 111<' "",I wnrId of '''''''hl''l(. And ...nh b prognm' 11k" Il," OTl" PLU has.

they """",,Id ,lOt h.�"'" �rty 1",,,1.>1,, nrvllngjob!t.

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AIDA INGRAM HALL (Right) Upper campus' Aida Ingram HaJI houses most of the classrooms used by the School of the Arts departments.

TEACHER,TEACHER (Below) Broadcast communications pro足 fessorJoanne Lisosky listens attentively to questions from her students.

Sara Mueller

IT'S THE CAMERA MAN (Above) Many PLU students are involved in student media such as KCNS6 (television). KCCR (radiO). and The Mast (newspaper).

SURROUNDED BY ART (Right) English professor David Seal sits surrounded by PLU artwork in Ingram Hall'S Wekell Gallery.

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PUJ'".. S<houl of 'II� Nt. �""OOIlI"''''''' I)", II�� of Art. Com",unl· ca'''''' and Th�p,",. 8nd .Music. Th� M".I<: Depwtmen' ofT..... ""'jof� III II�Uly dlfT�"'nt amu ... """II a5 many ...�"'" roo- �nJdrfl16 to ItC(XIOllO'"tvolo...".j In. Some of !he J><rlOl'Tl'lng en"",,,1JIeo, 'ncl� Cholc of the W""t. Un,,-.It)" .n; ctwnIle. f>3,k ""enlle. U"""",,,y S)"mphony Ordlt!ol"'. Un"..... .. y Wind En· ""l1lh�. �lId Utll\"onll)' Jazz Band. Tlte DoIJl<"",ont ,... Coomn"nlcalkm Rnd -n",al'" ofTen. ""'Jors '" broadcul And 1'''''1 JOllntall.m. publ.. 'o)allon•• "t1tlcal commlll1Q 1_. and tJ,e'uro;

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5po=:h and (lobAte. elll""nl media, ami tllo"tre �r<)dIl"lIon�. ""'" An ll'l:""n".....t oIT<r.< a u..chelor" of rl"" Ans major as """"II 3S gaIk.-- ror tt"d"nt.s 10 display ,h,,;r work. Rnd !lIBn)" an studloo.

FANCY ADVERTISING (Below) PLU's Theater Department pre足 sented 'Elegies ror Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens" In May.

LAID BACK. RELAXIN' Communications proressor Ed Inch takes time out du ring the department's trip to England with two students.

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BATTLE OF THE THESPIANS (Above) Theater majors Aaron Jacobs and Jesse Gardner are lost in discussion as KJista Sevel-dd listens in.

DRESSED-UP DIVAS

(Right) Members ofJanuary's Opera Work足 shop production show orr their lovely

ballgowns, rented rrom Seattle Opera.

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HIDING UNDER PRESSURE (Ldt) Maureen Fraoclsco tries to keep the KCNS6 newscast under control while Brla Becker hides behind her script.

BAFFLED BY THE COMPUTER (Below) Communication student Teal Rain足 water takes a break from workJng on aJ1 Important paper in the Computer Lab.

"THE TRUE WORK

OF

ART IS BUT A SHADOW OF THE D I足 VI NE

PER足

FECTION" MICHANGEO l CONCERT VIRTUOSO (Left) Kevin Navarro pounds away at a difficult piece dllring his juniOr recital. held tn Lagerquist Hall 1o May.

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LWour BY A."GElA O·DRIEN IVRIlTI:H BV s.\GA srAF"F' n.., Oh"bkm ofNalural Scto.nttII mcnmp.�_ bloloio'. d,�"wury.

�a"h �..,.".. pIlyslc8. �ng!nttrl"p.. n1mh�,nallc�. and �""'P"\<1" ""� lllis .Ih"",k", 1''')I"\<les a basil! for s!O"Ir.n'� \0 r.l(I�""1 \h�.,. h_... In 1M n.,1<1 of Ili;o,ra] a"s. 1l1rot.tgh hruM"'·O" uaJnjns In da�roo",. ond "'hornl""",,. �""kl1l8 � p"'parn,lon for fUll,ce ""len.,.. "",.".,n\ lilli' 0111<1"

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pmc'kal. ...."ryrl;oy HI.u"Uons.

0""" ,It.,. In"" ""'I"lced Ihls wea''''' �m for 'he .......wI. Ow"",,,.. h�..., 11011"...1 lit" .,.,,,11<..,.,,,,, arwl aware"""" M.e nary 10 """qu", .hr field 0( Ih�r olto;.,...

I WANT TO LOOK (Left) PLU Geology students gather around a fault line to observe while on a field lrJp to the Washington Coase A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS (Below) Bethany Barham helps feUow stu足 dent Jessica Ross with a poster project in the lobby of Rieke Science Center.

Sara Mueller

MAD SCIENTISTS

Sara Mueller

(Left) Chemisuy professor Dean Waldo does a lab experiment faT his students to dem足 onstrate his scientific knowledge_ POP. POP, FIZZ. FIZZ (Above) Science students Shane Ness and Jared Price conduct a lab experiment In Rieke Science Center.

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ARE YOU NERVOUS?

(Right) Nursing student Thenese Nation practices giving an injection to her fellow classmate Christine Jenkinson. r

HEALTHCARE HEALTH FAlR

(Below) Nursing majors Orenda Graham. Kim Rismiller. and Taylor Olsen attend to a booth at an educational health fair.

NATION路HOPPlNG NURSES

These PLU Nursing students were able to take the opportunity to study health care abroad. JUST LIKE E.R.

(Right) PLU NurSing students get hands路 on ex.perience at a nearby hospilallike this one where they praclice nursing duties.

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT [Right) PLU NursingstudentsSally Reinhart and Audra I-rays practice changing fluid bags for their patients. PROUD OF HIS WORK (Below) Dean Grisham poses in the U.C. next to his Injury Prevention display which was constructed for the PLU Health Pair .

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LAYOUT BY ANGELA O'BmEN WRnTEN BY SARA MUELLER Care. Technology. Discipline. All of these are important elemtjnts of the School of Nursing at PLU. Although nursing is a profession of caling. it is also an applied science. Students in the various sectors of the Nursing Program are trained to meet the changing face of health care and the changing needs of its recipients. With emphases on communi� cation. descision making skills. and clitical thinking, nurses must be trained mentally as well as physically. PLU's School of Nursing includes a Bachelor of Science degree for basic students. registered nurses, and licensed practical nurses. Classes thus seIVe to prepare as well as to advance knowledge. Students have opportunities to train in local health agencies, hospitals. and schools. The School of Nursing aims to prepare students for all aspects of their future careers.

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LA your BY ANGELA OBRIEN WRJ1TEN BY SARA MUELLER The body and the mind must form an alliance in order for either to reach its fu ll potential. PLU's School of Physical Education in concerned wi th making this alliance stronger, and cullivaUng a " sound mind in a sound body". The School of Physical Education prepares students for careers in exercise science, teaching, physical therapy. recreaLion administration. coaching. and health and fitness management. I t

prepares the general student population for healthier lifestyles. With facilities such as Names Fitness Center. Olsen Auditorium, Memo­ rial Gym. and Sparks Stadium. opportunities for physical educat.ion abound. About 60 percent of students enroll in physical educalion classes each year. and 65 percent become involved in intramural

sports,

RUN LIKE THE WIND (Above) PLU Physical Education students sprint on the school's lower campus track. located across from Olsen GymnasiulU.

HEAD OF THE CLASS (Top left) Assistant Dean Colleen Hacker talks to her class about the importance of body image in today's society.

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A NTH RO PO LOGY, ECO足 N OM I CS ,

H I S TO RY,

. MA R R I AG E & FAM I LY T H E RA P Y, EXPLORING NATURE (Right) Students explore the area outside Oregon's Ape Caves during an Anthropol足 of!:! department field llip,

WELCOME PLU STUDENTS (Below) Members oftheJ-Term class which visited the Neah Bay Reservation are wel足 comed to the Makah Indian Nation,

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P O L I T I CA L

S C I E N C E, P SYC H O LOGY, S O CA L

WO R K

S OC I O LOGY

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IAH)Ur BYANGElA O'IlIll�;J\' "'1UrrEN BY SARlI MUf:I.J.Ul

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Ihml'OIolG'. s...;,lal Wonc.. and 1'011,,,,,,1 s"...""" Two InlerdlOClpllna:y pn>gr>I..... rail "ndtr Ih<" Oh1Slon or Sodal s,,"" I«II; u,gal Studies a:!d GIob3I 5111<11.... "t1,� �laJ s"It:,lC<"5 hdp u& to ... �!d hunl3J1 ,..,IaIlCln5hlpo In 11I"lr n�1ny fonu". Sludcnl� In Ihl� <1M....", ",ay no;<: lhdalu<ilc!o 10 Impm.,.., 'h� r<:lnU"nshll'" On 10",,1. fmm 1"'"I"!K>Il.,I 10 global.

CRAZY CHOIR GIRLS

JAZZ

(Below) JulJe Frye and Choir of the West

Dire cto r Don Immel rocks out during a performance in

President

Carrie Rice get a litlle kooky at a

reception after a Christmas concert.

IT UP

(Right) University Jazz Lab

Lagerquist Concert HaJJ.

LA your BY ANGELA O'BRIEN WnFITEN BY SAGA STAFF

MuSiC is constanUy changing, and FLU's music students must keep up with these changes. The marvelous staff and first-rate facilities at PLU are such that students in the program may pursue studies in many differen t branches of music. Degree programs include tile Bach足 elor of Arts. the Bachelor of fine Arts . the Bachelor of MusiC Education, the Bachelor of Musical Arts. and the Bachelor of Music. PLU graduates find that there's a place for them wherever they go because their beautiful music follows them. You can always find music majors singing whUe they work. And with this year's addition of the new wing of the Mary Daker Russell MUSiC Center, the students in the Department of MUSiC have

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all the more reason to be singing.

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ATTAWAY F RO STY! The Lutes finished the 1 997 season with ,

a 7-2 record. the 27th consecutive winning season for PLU Football. Although for the first time in seven years the Lutes didn't make it to post season play,

the season was an overall

sucess. Coach Frosty WestcJing became one of only 1 3 college football coaches to win 250 games in their career. There were also several other records set by players this season. Quarterback Dak Jordan ranked 8th in the nation with 238.2 passing yards per game and 1 0tll in total ofTens with 237.0 yards per game. Karl Lerum also had an impressive year coming away with the title of All -Time Pacific Northwest Small College ReceiVing Yardage Leader with 3.508 yards. He also finished second on the all-time PNW Small College pass reception list wi th 248 catches in his career at PLU. One of the years most memorable victOlies came against No . 1 ranked Western Washington. The Lutes came out ahead after three overtimes with a score of 46-44. Attaway Lutes! ! ! ! ! Kim Johnson

Above: TIle Lute's celebrate another Victory. Rght: Head Coach Frosty Westering gives the offenslve line one last word of encouragment before they take the field.

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FOR THE RECORD Cali fornia Luthcran . 45-23 Western WashJngton 46-44 OT Simon F'raser . 27-20 �Lewts & CJark S3- 1 6 Eastern Oregon . 30-26 �Whih."orth 45-24 ""Linfield 12-28 ·WUiamette 6-43 ·Pugct Sound . . 52- J O .

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Season Record: 7-2 NCIC Record: 3-2

Upper Right: Tbe defensive line gets ready to block. Betow: The opcning kick off. Lower Right: #23 runs the ball for another Lute first down.

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o MA K I NG WAVES,y un, Opposite right: Freshmen Heather Young and F'ionna Dobbins take a break to smile for the camera. OPPosite below: Scott (senhath, Jerry Ladd, and Steve Goetl pose for the

I-leather Young

Top: Randy Webster, Aurora Bray. Ryan WUey, Katie Mlnlnlger. Stacey Snowden. Julie Dames, Mara Fiskal. Carole Thielen. Mike Simmons. Jerry Ladd. and Steve Goett. Above: The whole gangďż˝ rught: Ryan \VUey and Heather Young.

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Yunl

The Lute's s\vim team spent their last year in this conference and will be moving Lo NCAA Division m status next year. Their season was velY successful and both the mens and womens teams placed third aL the NCIC Championships in Feburary. This was the Lute's second straight year thal lhey co-hosted tJle NAJA Swimming & Diving Championships and U1ey had a great time. The women's team finished their season \vith a WomesIl's Dual Record of 6-5 and a NClC record of 4-3 withle the men's team finished with a Men's Dual Recurd uf 5-5 awl a NCIC n:curd of 4-3. Kim Johnson

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'tam ended ,I... ""a""" WI.h n 14 6 2 """,rd

IUld IJl3d<o an DI'P"Il«:""" In .10" """fen,,,,,, tnu",.�"...'" TI.""",. had an amann« 101 .. �, .... .,Id clilll "h1ll0l<l• .sn.-dtk••• M� !la,''''' ,,,,d ftotm,;,,, fOfW�nl Gt:lr Thlllllr .lo,o ...."c h"01or-..l wi.h I\ll I\l,..ncao hoo.lOt'IIbk "",,,11011 _�:&lId aU thl� 1111·....,1<"1'1<;;0". � PlM:lfk Nllflh"""" 1IrgI<In fl� lram .... ...... ...... . 't'h.rIO' � aU<> two LUlr-. et��, ""nlf'<! NAJA AU AnIt1'1o:ll Scholar Nhktr ""'--' PT\.,. CoII�,� ,mlm,u""d .. 3.73 OI'A '0 ma,Iwc..... . n IUld ..anl'd au:n I'UJ ....1<:1_ . while MOO-tell r.-""�'Il .... lnt . a !nrd .. 3 � OPA In bt",�",- ..,Id .II'rI«I 16 p-

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R�ld FarrIS

Above left: The opposing goalie attempts to guard PLU's #8. Above: Just laking a quick wann up tap before the game starts. Left: The Lute's defend their goal.

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N EVE R SAV D IE Courtesy of the Mast

The PLU women's soccer team's " never die attitude" matches made the conference seadon start offwith excitement, according to assistant coach Chriss Ruffner. The Lutes traveled to Oregon to win over George Fox, 2 0- \ on Sept. 1 3 and then lost a close match to Pacific, 4-2 on Sept. 14. Ruffner said the team played well in both matches with constant hard work. re足 peatedly coming back on attacks and taking initiatives in the two matches. The conference opening weekend showed the Lutes what they needed to work on during practice. Ruffner said, They need more shots on goal and practice on defensive over足 lapping, things they showed the previous week in dominating Nazarene.

Below: # 1 0 makes a break for the goal against a Linfield opponent.

"My attitude has al足 ways been: if it's worth playing, it's worth paying the price to win," Paul "Bear" Bryant

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Photo Services

Above: # 1 1 battles for

posesslon of the ball. Left: A celebration after another goal is scored .

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Co\l.rtu1 of the

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22:27. benl AU-A'''''''i'''" Erik MO:YC:" 1',."", WC�I"'"

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wo",,,,,',, c..u"s coulllry nn,,,hcd �.,.""" wllh 38 pol!,'I' 10 Un'l 1'1",,, Pug'" Soumr.. 22. Fnm PLU. sOI,h"",,,,.,, M..,.>rce, C<:orl!l" unrl """Jor TallY' l«>bln>lO" finished third '"" fourth. '''''p''cUvley. will !.he ",une 16: 1 2 Ume.

Opposite page and left: 1\vo PLU women runners slrive

for excellence as they near the finish line, Above: And they're om

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DEDI

(Top)

Going the distance.

Rowers do their crazy water thing. (Right) At least the coxswain is warm.

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Ollr" \I��j" the 1" .. �lfk Lulh""", Un,vo:n.lly M",,'� Crew '.,.dm had a .'try .tlC

O'C!Io8ful �ar. WakIng up rarly In the ""'"" ''11 to head out ""'0 lhe waler did,,', seem u. bot h .... 'h.. men th.. year alld

lhdr ,1ttI"",U"n ami de,cnnl­ naU"" .11<IWed 'hr1l"ghOUl lh� '0,,,,,,, "'ho Slay,"" ,,1111 Ihe I�a", fro", �tan to On,."

Ihl. Y"ar

wjlll"�1y R,l",ll1cd LMI :tll ihe hard work aOO 10"1/ h",,,.,. 1)IIy<'<! otr. Crew Is not only n,w: of the 10Ugh<'" -"1)(11"'. OlrI)tlIKl. but II Is a]""

..... .... 'he ,.-, I'C\Iraldlng. I\Jm Joh""""

"The spirit. the will to �. and the �llto excel are

the

endure. are

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things

that

These qualities much

important

more

than

the

events that occur. " Vince Lombardi M[I'/'S CR[(,J

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COMPETITION

Above: The Lute's varsity team takes a practice race. Right: Meghan Collins and her boat row to vic­ tory.

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Thb y�"r'�

I"rg�

·,.c",w tunK>u t l.". ....n,e,, .

".ad� th" �"..... . " whol.,

lot of ru" ""d """,, n , .. ,., comp.,IItI,·.,_ "arly D""pl .., morning pm�tI""' ln Ih.. chilly w,,,,,r. and ""�"Inll p..,.ell� ,n [h" "I'rinit. 'he '"�''' ",.. lIy bond<-d ,oge.hcr " nd Ih el r

dedleallon and ro"'''''' ,,,en' hel l'ed th,,'" 10

[II1pro,·., over the �o,,,'!IC of 'he ye",', The ."e�e..�f"I ...,,,

""" th,. y""r will I><' grea. DlollvaUon ror [I'e ["am

"ex' year 10 follOw [n [I..,lr

foot stepS. Kim Johnwn

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S P I K E IT! 11,e Lute's had " new ..,,.,,1nl: record o.c, by sophomore Mandy PloITs.

Flore� set "

new ..lngl"-5ea�on R ..,'d for service ""es ... with 77_ 'Illeokl rec;o.-d

at 74 In 1988. Finishing si;« h Ihe NC IC

was """

In

<:<>nference. the I,ut,,"s ended

up

with

a

season record of 12· 17 and a NC1C reooro of6-IO.

n,,, season may h""" endedwith a 1055.

btU Ihal wU1 only be

motlvatJon for the Lute"s to have II

,,1,ml"l1 ""aSOll nexl year.

KIm Johnson

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-Sweet recreation barred. what doth ensue but moody and dull melancholy. kins 足 man to grim and comfortless despair; and at their heels. a huge tnfectlous troop of pale distemperatures and foes to life." - William Shakespeare IN'rRIlIlfUR/US

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ENCOU

EMENT Not only do the Cheerleaders bring

encouragment to Pacific Lutheran University's sports teams. they involve the crowds. and make the best of friends. This year's football and basketball cheerleaders did a great job. pulling in an average of ten hours of practice a week among other things. The girls travel to all away games and cheer for every home game throughout the season. They are a big part of the Lute's success and work just as hard as the play足 ers out on the

field

or court to be

succsessful. Kim Johnson

Above: Jena fox looks into the crowd . Right: Danielle Fisher and a fellow cheerleader entertain the crowd at a football game.

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The nltn'. lNI.kcll��!l I""'" had a S""'" ..,,,"",, wllh � n",,1 Su...", R<!oord of 11-9 "u<l � ��r",1 SCIC ltttord or 12·6. W!ltl .lielr wi"""', ,..,.n .., l. the I..""" n,,­ .shnl wllh lh" """,t Win" .It"", 19B�, and Ihdr 6...., wlnnlnK I"'n:enrRgr I, 8100 .he Ila. 51""" '0&1 s"nior &,.h AI�H was uanlW to ,he: All NCtC n,.,.1 ....'" and a,'ernjjt<l 11.� polnt. . , ..,,'" ror .hoe Lui"" Also taming NCIC hnnonI W"�& ''''''I D",,-.,' who carnctl All SCt<: '""",,,,1>10: "",,,,100, rtt<Jgnlllon .nd �",,",gcd 14 4 ,ooinU; J"'1" ga"'" 0...,,,,11, 1'.0 had foo" rllft"l a,'Cr8!I­ Ing rklubl< figure ""'r\s,g. ltd by Brad MeKntglu with 14.3 ppg. AIboigh. wltb " 1.2Pl'g. U",,'<:I with 12.6 ppg and Manrnr willi 10.2 1'103. l'.u n,,'�hnl r"""h In ,m, "CIC conrer'Crl(e and had a �t)'<'aT.

SWISH!

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Above: The team huddles before the start of their last home game, Left: The Lute's run onto the cOUli witJl the football team cheering them on.

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CONFERENCE C

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The Lutes had an oUlslanding season this year \Viti'} many records set and became only the second womens hoops learn in PLU history to reach a national lounlamCnl. Their championship season ended though i n the first round of the NALA Division II national tournament when they 10Sl 7 1 -62 lO Doane College of Nebraska.

RECO RD BREAKING The season was full of records though which helped the LUles gel lO nationals. especially the records sel by the NCIC"s 1997 Player of the Year. Kim COI路bray. Corbray became PLU's all- lime scoring leader wllh 1 .730 poll1lS among olher rebounding and assist records. Sophomores Tara Millet and Amber Hahn also contribuled with records in rebound ing. Both Corbray and Millet were selected as first team A11-NCIC honorees and both were among the conference leaders in steals. Yet another record set was a PLU women's basketball record for victories with an outstanding

2 1 wins this yearl Congratulalions to the Lute's for an unforgetable season! l<Jm Johnson Left: The bench goes wild after a lh(ee pOint shot is made to put the Lute's ahead, Above: # 12 shoots a one and one from the line,

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R E S T L I N G

Several

PLU

wrestlers

made it to the NAJA National Championships this year. They included senior John Aiken.jun足 ior Hoc Do, senior Tuan Nguyen. freshman Jordan Ottow, sopho足 more Mark Cypher, junior J . J . Hanson, and sophomore Mokii McClendon. Aiken was the top seed in the 1 50 pound weight class and had an individual record of 33-9 for the year. He was also ranked No. 1 for the majotity of the season. Last year the Lutes placed 1 1 th and although they were ranked No. 12 in the final 1998 NAlA national poll. their team goal was to finish in the top ten. The

Lutes

ended

their

regular season with a Dual Meet Record of 7 -6 with only one loss at home. Kim Johnson

Lute

Wrestling

mania: just like TV. except with more spit. sweat. heart. and soul.

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H IT TH E SLOPES!

Annie Grlmr

Above: Annie Grimm, Melissa Bakos, Karl Wagner. and S allcy Cole. Below: Jeff gets ready for his run. --

What could be better Ulan J - term a t White Pass? Not much.

Living on condos and

skiing evelY day, the ski team became very close this year and had a month together that they wi ll never forget. Hitting the slopes early in the monling. and spending nights in the hot tub or relaxing from their long days. the team had a great time. Many of this years skiers will be retun1ing next year which will make for another sucsessful season in the snow. Ki m Johnson

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Annie Grim

Above: The PLU ski team Out to dinner.

Annie Grimm

Left: Noal gets ready for his run. Below rtght: Annie Grimm

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DOMINATION

"I the Vernacchla meet In ,",pr1l, 8CI1IOf Nell Owen

b,,)k� hIS own school reoonl In Ihe I>ol� '-,llOil. c)<,ar1Il� 16 _1 3/'\, Notonly dldhebo:ak hiS 0"''' rreon! but a I � y.,..,. c>ld Vem"cchla 10_ rttO<d by 1 4 Ind.....

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Left Another successful high Jump for the Lutes. Below: The Lute's are ahead once again against Seattle Pacific and Highline,

\bove: Two PLU hurdlers tJy :0 keep pace \vjth runoers :rom Shorel!ne and SPU,

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ONS

�galn. Patine LUlh�un U"',-.,rbl1y·' .J�nnl Kn'tger !let IIlee'! .. _11 M IndlVl.hml 1'I"C<)r'1I. Ineludlr\i • WI"nll\� Ih� No"1o...."", Conference of I""ependrnl CoIl�j!e h<'IIU<\lIlon In April 0" h�r """" 0 N�llo,,,,'. "lollIi"WIl/1 �raJ �tn. ofh� ' ca ln1,. .. A" lI� Sho'�lI lnV1t1"!OnllL lIO:I'eral roc""\, wen: !lei. s"nlor Ch"'U..... ""ley had IIf�II"''' I...�,... Or I�. 18 ,<> WIn lhe 100 and �5_a l '0 win II... 200. Sophomore M3.... r Ckonte ,,1&0 W<>Il Ih� 5000 "'1111 � Onec

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The PLU softball team rae i t s s p r i n g break record t o 6 - ) w i t h a Northwest C o n fe r e n c e sweep o f W h i tworth S u n d ay w i n n i n g b o t h ganl. e s 1 5 - 1 . The Lu tes ( 6 - 0 i n N C 1 C 1 6- 3 overall) d i d m o s t o f thell d a nlage i n t h e fi r s t i n n i n g o. b o th g a m e s . scol-ing 1 2 Hrsl i n n ing and

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FORE! FORE! FORE!

" Golf is

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play

a in

which disaster and com足 edy are intertwin ed [and] you have to live with the consequences of each action. " -Harold Segall

For the fifth straight year. Pacific Lutheran University's Men's team was the Northwest Conference of Independent Col leges men's golf champion. Their final NCIC results were 3 1 0-30 1 - 3 10--924. which put them at the top of the conference above Willamette. On the worn ens side, the

team was very strong and was led by two sophomores: Sarah Groesch and Cecilia Rubeling. Kim Johnson

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"The pat on the back, the arm around the shoulder, the praise for what was done right and the sympathetic nod for what wasn't are as much part of golf as life . " - Gerald Ford

Courtesy of the Mast

TI,e men', tennl. leam wellt ", California during "pring b,..,ak. Plve match"" ""'r� ..:heduled, b,,, two we,.., cancelled dlJ� to rain. �W carne back ''''toriou�. ",inning tM ,..,malnlng thr.., match.... all"ln.t California t,l,thernn, 6·1. St. Olaf. Mlnn.. 6·3. and Pomona_11tzer,

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-'!he match.,. we played In California were goo<l on"", for ,,�: .ald coach Mike Benson -I think they Increa�lnltly ,lIfflcult. St. Olaf had a ..,li,1 team and �a,.., everyooy a good match_· ""',..,

"One man preaching

sportsmanship is rar better than a hundred teaching it. H

- Knute Rod,"e

Layout. by Kim Johnson

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The 1 997- 1 998 year was signifi足

cant in the world outside the Lutedome in that it coincided with

the fIrst season of the women's professional basketball league, the WNBA. Attaway, women!

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The women's tennis team went to Southern Califol11ia and played tennis dU ling spring break. The team won two and lost two matches. PLU beat California Lutheran 8 - 1 and Chapman 6- 1 and lost 8- 1 to Sl. Olaf. Minn., and Point Loma Nazarene. Only player Lo win aU her matches in Califor足 nia was junior Janel Broderson who plays first

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singles. Among her defeated opponents was coach

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Mike Benson's daughter Ka.rin Benson, playing for California Lutheran. Broderson won in straight sets against Benson. 6-0. 6-4.

Above: Katrina Johnson and Janel Broderson. Left Kalrina Johnson. Sarah Ofner. Shayna Cusack. 81iane McQuiag, Kristen Rorvik, Clayton Harris, Jenn Rossow, Wbitney Freed, and Sophie Tibbljng at Disneyland.

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[Upper leftl How do we gel lo the moun足 Jason Schutt k.nows the way.

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(Upper middle)

Just chillin', baby.

Chnson Hendryx

{Lower left) Ready for adventure. Alpi ne Club members enjoy the sun and scenery.

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ALPI N E C LU B For those of you that love the out­ doors, the company of similar enthusiasts and are looking for something more nlgged

than what the Outdoor Recreation Club has to offer. the Alpine Club may be what yoll are looking fOf. The Alpine Club is an opportu­ nity for students who have a passion for mountaineering and rock climbing.

Trips

are taken to various mountains in Washing­ ton.

\Vhen the weatJ"ler is bad, the club

heads to Mount Rainier for snow camping, TlleAlpine Club isaboul Sixteen mem­ bers strong this year. and is headed by president Chason Hendryx. The club meets once a week. StOIY by Nate Carpenter Layout by Evan Johnson

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Schaeffer celebrates getting to the top of Castleton Tower.

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(Rlgh t) They gotta wear shades. Sabl;na Stabbert and HeidiJohnson work the raffle table at the ASPLU Tropical Dance . (Far right) PropeUlngahead.

ASPLU Orientation in足 terest Session in September helps welcome the new kJds.

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(Below) Campingolil. Heidi Johnson. SielTa Rowe. Lisa Birnel. Lisa Baldwin. and Sabrina Stabbert enJoy the ASPLU Fall Retreat at Camp Buracha.

(Left) Digging in.

Chlistina Samensen. Shelley Bleek.

Ryan 8ebe-Pelphrey. and Josh Sheva help with the Cam­ pus Cleanup community service project sponsored by ASPLU in November. (Below) The fearless leaders. Pres[dent Paris Mullen and Vice Presidenl Lisa 8imel represent PLU at the Minnesota Lutheran Leadership Conference in Minneapolis. MN.

ASPLU

SIOlY by Aimee Zawilski

Layout by Sara Mueller

Associated Students of Pacific Lutheran University (ASPLU) is an organiZation that works to create an

lvolved student community. Their goal is to voice and reflect the concems . needs. and opinions of the PLU

)mmunity. ASPLU has addressed many student concems this year ranging from parking problems to advanCing

iversity on campus. They encourage leadership and involvement through comrnittees in which students and �nators work together to address current issues. A record number of students have turned out to participate 1

cOmrn.ittees this year. One of ASPLU's objectives is to create an effective communication system within the PLU community. New

stems have been mplemented i this year to encourage more communication between senators and students. tis provides students with update infolTIlation about campus activities and an opponunity to speak their minds. This year ASPLU has worked to n i crease student awareness about imp0l1ant issues. They have compUshecl this through lectures and special programs such as the Michael Elic Dyson lectw'e on diversity. .her successful programs have n i cluded the Jars of Clay concert and commuter awareness ;ek.

It has been a year of growth and achievements for ASPLU. An n i creasi.ng number of

tudents are taking an active role n i their commllnity and bllildingskills that wilJ last a lifetime.

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(Above) Goingwith the now. Students at LoilaPLUza crowd surf. (Right)

I{eeping guard.

Three students help with crowd control.

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S PO N SO R E D B Y � S P L U

V�imdlng fro. tfie s�'-ree-l!:

L O L LA P L U ZA It's

tht: afternoon of May 9. 1998. and Garfield

Street is full of a mob of students and locals. ye lling and

convulsing · or maybe that's dancing? Is tills some kind of group insanity? Has all of the homework finally gotte n to the hard-working Lutes? No. Irs just LollaPLUza.

held on A day of live bands, paclted

The seventh-annual LoliaPLUza was Galfi eld Street t his year.

streets, and merrimem. LoliaPLUza Is a mImic of the national music festJval, Lollapalooza (which died this year). This year's event featured several bands, Including Super Deluxe. Goodness. and PLU's own Who's Your Daddy. Other altractions included two beer gardens and a popular climbing wall sponsored by Outdoor Recre­

ation.

ASPLU spon sored this (ree event. which was open to students and members of the community.

Story and Layout by Sa ra Mueller

(Above) Dancing in the streets. Students amI people from thc Parkland community sec t he Sights on Garfleld street. (rught)

Climbing high.

The climblng wall set up by

Outdoor Recreation is mann ed by Jason SchUlt and other adventurers.

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tH ...... C./t.WLU was founded In lh� �prtng of 1998. "Th<o stude"tOIgllnl.i<allan ".... _"y Imov.." . W� ar� dedicalr<i todl\"CnI11}"Ilnd spiritual "" .. l b III ,h"' ''g)_'' It>< ii''''''''' " ""'" County c:omm,,,,;ll'. It has 0..,11 molded and dnTlopro by Rod�ia Dunbar and Cornelius 1'0[>" In h<>1"'5 to b<:"�r gUide ,m, ambitious. =gro-. and '''''' Intdl«1 '" otucknts aJw:l factlhy willing to WQrk for the "'� oftoday's Y"'"". To brt,.,.-ba� this 011cU'�. "� ha,� CO'lSl.ucted a dialogue "nd 1'1,.11 ,.1th ".her "'l""I7""""'$. maInly ,ho: I'AACP. to ""'I' ua ln our ch�lIe"gll1g �",Iea'·<x. 1111� a&"nd� has at""".,.! u; 10 b"",d<1, ,two outlook of u... ...-g,anluon la .. , con51der a,J<1 lncofllOl"l'e the __� of,h. more ""1"'.....".,.,... n�Llntyalumnl and � JI<iI"bl org.• tl'lallotl8. ' ra e ' Il1 lhe51'I1n8 """""'t�r of 1998. .....,."ab " ll1ltw-d "�Ip ...1,h ,t.. SAACP. a....:tal <:o n to akl l'LU ....'1' the rocn,II""'''1 ofIllleJ!ec,u,,1 and "",1)11101'5 n,lnontyotU(\eoISand � and a ,,,,,ntI8 10 hell! 811 I"d"1<1",,10 8dJu!<t 10 UJ,h...-51ty Ufe. In addll_. U.I...1\.C.I{.CPl.U promlllr5 rr1cudshll' and n.,...."·kJ,,,,wllhln ,h" I'LlJ -Lt"odon..,.· and 8l1lToo.",dlngcommllnlti<ol.. n-tasks nn,1 r"wIc I<k-a. 10 t,., de\ ...Iop<d. ....,...c"",,, I..,lefint"our<><g;on"""""'·s chamc<r<a5 Bla<:k �de", /\el l,·cI)' Co",,,,,,,, le aIIng Kllllwlfd!\C aI Pacillc Lt"h""", Un ".... . ' "y: do:d""" td to00DCIa1 and cnllu",1 logelhcrtlU/j and "'nll·,crm. ,ho"gh, 1""..""1"80;01"110,,," '0 cornmon probkHl§. ". K"�",. mrallingback 'oourroots.

M'Knowlcdgc.' says (Sir Francis) Bacon, 'is power'; but mere knowledge Is not power: It Is only possibility. AcUon Is power: and Its highest manifestation is when It Is directed by lrnowl­ edge.-

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:Jor :/()'lJr Pwtettimlfl. CAM P U S SA F ETY Campus Safety. PLU's own crime fighters, were founded in the 1950's as an attempt to make the PLU campus a safer place.

Now in the 90'5

campus safety has evolved into a 24-hour hu­ man security system with the motto:

Service ­

First. last. and always. Campus Safety's main function is to pro­ tect students, staff and faculty from outside influences. Security for the buildings on campus is another main responsibility. Campus Safety provides escorts by foot or car for anyone. any time. They also watch over student and faculty cars in the parking areas. Campus Safety patrols the campus by foot. bike and car to be able to cover large areas fast on the campus. As a Campus Safety officer the major and most common issues on campus are medical aid responses and alcohol infractions.

Other re­

sponsibilities include jump starts on cars. ve­ hicle unlocking, infonnation and refenal. coor­ dination of the police. attending fire emergen­ cies, and ground and parking lot security patrol­ ling. Campus Safety enrolls students in the work force. There are now 40 students workJng for Campus Safety as officers anel communjca­ lions officers. Walt Huston, Director of Campus Safety. says that he is very proud of the out­ standing job made by the students to keep the PLU campus a safe environment. PLU students. faculty and staffcan heavily rely on Campus Safety officers patrolling the campus. makingPLU one of the safest campuses i n the area. StOI), by Cecilia Wiren

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At your service. Cody Davidson is ready to help - flrsl. last. and always.

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O P E RAT I O N S S U P E RV I S O R S : DAN N I E L S E N A N D ADAM CO L L I N S ADM I N I STRAT I V E AS S I STA NT: N A N CY N E L S O N

iJl'lt Ro..: Walt Huston. Dan Nielson. Brian O'Hanlon. Janet Broyles. Carrie Heath, Jill Steams. Crystal Davis, Jamie Meyers. cnnlfer Olson. Heather TeibeJ. Adam Collins.

�oDd Row: Nancy Nelson. Patti Akins. Michelle LackaIT. Bridget Pearson. Holly Larsen. Don Malo. Mall Phillips (seated) 'bird Row: Todd Fukumoto. Jessica Bratlland. Johan Karlsen. Adam Halvorsen. Jamie Philip. Jonathan Jepsen. Alan anggUlh. David Jaspers

'ourth Ro..: Mall Mullinix (seated). Drew Moneke. Bryan Zagar. :-lell Crist. Keith LIllington. GavinJcnscn. Chandra Longnecker. ason Sommerset

'tftb Row: Rebecca Walter. Cody Davidson. Da\1d Bally, Brock VanArsdall. Mnslle Kopperud. Matt Weltenhagcll

Sing! Sing! Sing!

PLU singers. directed by Dr. Richard

Nance. do their best to encourage harmony.

"IT I S I N L EA R N I N G M U S I C T H AT MAN'Yi YOUTH FU L H E A RTS L E A R N TO LOV E:

-DOM I N I Q U E RICARD

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Story by Melissa Dreyer Layout by Evan Johnson

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Choir of the West started its season with the annual Choir Retreat. This fun adventure began a year

ful l o f good times, beautiful music, festivals, concerts. and (of course) inside jokes. Choir of the West had many concerts this year. including a FaJI Choral Concert. Evensong.

the ever-so-famous Christmas Festival CelebT'ation Concert that toured Portland and Seattle. a

Dedication to Phase II of the M3.1Y Baker Russell Music Center, the Annual Ensembles Concert. and

Graduation. These concerts included wonderful music by talented composers. Choir of the West pelionned Gloria by Poulenc along With music by Lauridson. Liclholm. and

Mendelssohn. The 0PPOl1.unity to sing such challenging yet briiUant music is not an option everyone will have. But tu lhu�t.! wliu have it. it i� wunderful.

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Adam Halvorsen. ajunior MUSic Perfonnance major, said, "I can't put it to words - how cool Other students feel the same way. "My best memories of PLU have been experiences of Choir

of the \Vest.·' Senior Music Education major Julie Frye feels that "it is an incredible honor to be in

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prestigious group. and yet it is also vel)' humbling." As for those inside jokes". Julie says. "Act like you have a gill!"

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the faJ) retreat at Benson Lake. (Below) SClvice . AmyVoros and Victoria Shotwell pull ivy from the side ofHinderUe Hil l.

(Above) Gathering cour足 age. Megan AusUn waits to read her submissions to Sa)jfrage at the annual reading. (Upper nght) rm gojng to shock them tonight! Brian Norman. renegade poet. (Lower right) The gather足 ing begins. Co-editors Melissa Ross and Patrick Query prepare for the reading.

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FO R E N S I CS

PLU's Forensjcs club ranks fourth nationally. which offers two lypes of jndividual debate:

Story by Ashley Whittler Layout by Sara Mueller

Students compete in a comprehensive prograrr

parliamentaIY and cross-examination. ASide frolY

individual debate there are also platform presentations. Students who give parliamentary debate� are only given fifteen minutes of preparation at competitions. To bewell prepared for parliamentaJ)

debates. students carry files to tournaments. On the other hand. with cross-examination, student� research one topic the entire year. Students know everything there is to know about the subject

The topic must be nationally agreed upon. 111is year. students cross-examine South East Asia anc increasing secUIity aSSistance. PLU competes in fjfteen LOurnaments with twenty-five members In participalion.

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member of the debate team it is not necessary to be a Communications major. Many students whc are majoring in Biology. Business, Geology. or Political SCience participate in Forensics. In fact Lhere are no prerequisites to participate In r�orensjcs. SLUdents who paliictpale greally increas( their speaking skills and gain broad exposure to world issues. To become a member. contact Dr Ed Inch j n the Communication department.

(Above) Fact finding. Angela Storey prepares for competition.

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DedicaUon.

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Opposite page: (Upper left) Nigel Barron and Gwen Painette look O\'er Ole city. (Lower left) Forensics 'Nill take you places. Dr. Ed Inch and aclub member pose during their travels.

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IN TERVARSITY

Has someone Just offered to vacuum

your dorm room [oryoll for free? Or invited you to join them for a Friday night activity that didn't have a cover charge? They might just be a member of InterVarsity. InterVarsity is a non-denominational group of Christian students that gather for fun and fellowship.

Many dorms have weekly

InterVarsity Bible studies where they discuss how Christianity and college can fit together. These dorm groups plan fun activities for the people in their donns. as well as the afore­ mentioned vacuum campaigns Their goa] is to .

show other people in their donn what Chris­ tianity is all about - JoY and service. Every Friday night. there is a large group InterVarslty meeting. which includes people

from all of the dorm groups. along with other Christians.

This group sponsors a retreat

every year called the "Dig-In," where they can reflect on their faith away from the distractions

of school. InterVarsity members love the group because it provides a fun community where

they can praise God. Story by Sara Mueller (Top) Retreat relaxation.

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Lofdahl. Ian Haml l ton,Jen McCann. Keri Hendershot, Lori Crimberg, and Erika Bennett a t a January Intervarsity retreat. (Middle) Hiking to Heaven.

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dents on an Intervarsity backpack­ inglrip: [backlAnnekeGeballe, Mike Giuliani. Ian Hamilton. Craig Vattiat, Philip CardeUa; (front) Erika Bermett, Lori Grimberg, Jermifer McCann. (Bottom) Chips, soda pop, and God. Harstad holds a Bible study.

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C H R I ST I A N ACT I V I T I E S

"In His life, Christ is

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(Above) The whole group. InterVarsil), members pose at a fal l retreat.

flce, satisfYing for our sins; in his resurrec足 tion, a conqueror; in his ascension, a king; in his intercession, a high pIiest. " -Martin Luther

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C H R I ST I A N ACT I V I T I E S <Ctllh�

THE WE L L

The Well is college-age fellowship that meets every Monday night to offer a time of contem­ porary worship with solid Biblical teachings. Using a variety ofspeakers from many churches. mJnistries, and other Christian organizations, The Well seeks to provide meaningful fellow­ ship. praise, and learning. The Well also encourages opportunities for involvement in small group Bible studies. This student-led ministry is strongly supported by many local churches and mInistry organizations. This year, The Well worship team has helped in leading worship for the Washington Student Leadership conference. and Tacoma's All City

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Worship. The Well encourages students to be in­ volved in the community by providing opportu­ nities for service. Again this year, The Well organized and led a mission trip to Mexico . The leadership team is looking towards the fu ture for other opportunities for mission trips. Through worship, teaching, fellowship and involvement The Well strongly encourages a unity of all believers in Jesus.

(Left) The message of the cross: Love One Another. A cross at one of the InterVarsity retreat sites. (Upper right) Buddies. Kerri Hendershot and Audra BuckJey sharing the love at an InterVarsity event. (Lower right) Studying The Word . Three students participate in a donn Bible study.

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REJOICE!

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Story by Jason Breitenbucher Layou t by Evan Johnson

The Mooring Mast has been Paci.fic Lutheran University's weekly student newspaper for 74

years now, With an all -stuclent staff of 25 to 30 reporters, editors, and advertisement representa'

tives, The Mooring Mast. originally named The Spark Plug. allows PLU students the opportunity te

learn and develop skills that may be used in their future careers. As well, it informs students and faculty members about campus. local and nalional news with its circulation of 2.000 issues.

"I think The Mast is an excellent training ground, as well as an excellent source 01

information.

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community. and any community needs a medium of communication. The Mast fulfills that need."

Editor-in-chief to The Mooring Mast, Nathe Lawver, feels the student newspaper provide� another service for the students at PLU. " 1 think The Mast is

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exceJlent opportunity for students. even if they may not be joun:taJisll'

majors. to work in a professionaJ atmosphere and have their voices heard.

said Lawver.

Rowe believes The Mooring Mast serves a wide varJety of functions for students at Pacific Lutheran. ''The Mast not only provides a training ground for students who want to work on Uleir writing, editing and layout skills, but it also provides a fon1Jn for discussion of issues \vithing the university, which goes beyond just distribuling information."

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A<I"h o..ppugot _th<c. � gt'OUl> uf """"" " '0 ronn union of -dancer.- for -folk gam.,.' I" onler 10 IU'l"l"'e I"" women'S pOelure an<1 ""Lrbrnte lhe .rrn'al ohpnn�. 11,� Q'L,,"ni�tr.>tlon al thal II",� W()"ht no\ let Ihe wo"'�n 0C'l ul1Uy ,""""'. SO thq .� n:quj..,t 10 keep...,., r..,t on the VOn",1 �( nI1 1Im,,�, ThLsgcoul' ofwOO"en """'" given th., name Ib.yf_ am! II I� I h� oI<�t stude." run duh On the f'a(lfic Luther." Unl>'el'$"y """'pU5. Many Ih�W' ha'� dllltlgt'd � 19301 In 19:;0, the tn�,,'s b:t.kel!.t:lll CO.1rh .Ieclded tha! h� o.....rd his �'o:n to JOIn tho. "'OIne1, Itl M"},,",I , In <t<tk.- L<> Imp''''''' Lh�lr coordluaLlon. Th� 1dmlnLstr.atlon 8L111 did not al,,- <bndlltl at thlt lin.... SO tl>< ",." and W'l>In�" had 10 hold 011 to the ippoolte rnd8 "' .. _rilUld p<rloIm the -� As tl",. anrL ,,,,dlllon& dlangtd ,"" Mnyfe&l I>anttrs ""'''' al_ to be (aIled dallcrn, In _he 1970',0 and 191:10'$ the mIlo of"","",n and men In tit<: club .. .... 501� Totlay. Ih<:n: an< aboul !4 Mayfe�1,Iancer'l\, ., .. .. "" ofwhlch are "",Ie Tht$<' 24 mcmbe"" conlin"" locarry on u,., tradition Ji lhe celeb...tlo" €If ""'Iromlng sprlnc_ Mayfcsl ",Id rt.U ,hares Scandlnavlan t",nl��. l)ul tI1<'lrdancc,"",.., nol ll"'UMIDlhal, � :>t:rfunn ",hnlc ,�"'�� fm", "",mtr\co llil ov", tt,., won!!, Including Po1yr ..I�n. Mncan. A:ncrIcan. It "exl<an and Cennan da,,,-,,". TllC)' p,,"cllrc I"""'" a week and pcrionu 1>"",arUy at �le<nenl<lJ)' tch<>ols ...I><re lh"Y also tc""h Ih<c children Simp" d",,,,.,,, Th" M3yf'c&t I);""""rs lean, U", dru""", from 1"'.1 ",..",bers arid fro", JI,.of�....0"al l"sru<10", l ""'lch Ihqo blnc to leach Ilt<:m SI""'IfIc:�1h"1c.uncu.. TIM: coslumCO are ellIter ,nadt by thedouce"" Jr are fron, pI"M'IoUI )'t'iU"a and rnm CO&IUIIll' � c &c; l11 r. a rolInlry from \\'hl�h a Ctttain danc., >r1glnal...:!. Co",,, ,,,,, Ihe """,",1 81.udenl dub On """'1"'8. lit.. Mayf",,1 DIL,""""', "'rfonn al the May f"'II\",l lhc laSI �..n,t UL "I'nt bcca,,,,,, "'LCf1 ",,!to'ol . "", SO ",.., they, un IIt..lr annual Wttk'lo,,� lou,. III lhe West"'" 8t.t�.

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Students n i volved in the PLU Jazz Ensemble have a few things in conunon. Each musician is exlremel: L:'l.lenteci in one or more areas of music. and ALL devote many hours practicing and pelfecting their instrument

A combination of talent and dedication has made the PLU Jazz Ensemble Olle of the most iXlpular and well-Uke( musical groups all campus.

All students n i terested injazz have the opportunity to audition at the beginni.Jlg of lhe school year for ; place inJazz Ensemble. AfteraudiUons, the selected musicians are placed in sections. The saxophones. trurnpetďż˝

rulcl trombones make up the woodwinds and brass sections. while the rhythm section consists of a dnllllmel bassist. pianist. and guilruist.

Under the direction of Don Immel, the group meets three times a week. for an hour and 30 minutes. Th sections meet separately to practice hvo hOUl's a week. In addition to group and sectionaJ rehearsaJs.j azzensembl members practice for various amounts of time indiVidually. l1u'oughout U1C year. the ensemble offers concel1 open to students an the public. and play at various festivals around the Northwest.

1110se who attend a jazz concert at PLU can expect to bear a smattering of Big Band swing tunes. nlnJ; and Latin rhythms. If audience members fail to catch the energy and excitement which seems to be contagiou at PLU jazz concerts. tJ,e "Mama Llama Samba" will surely get people on their feel. Senior Ryan Scotl. first alt sax player. embodies the trademark enthusiasm of the ensemble. "We kick bootyr Scott said.

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JAZZ WILL E N DU R E S LONG A S PEOPLE H E A R IT THROUGH HEIR FEET INSTEAD F T H E I R B R AINS:

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it's not some fonn of group insanity or stange fraternity rite. It's those ROTC cadets working hard at being all they can be. For a chance at a scholarship and the opportunIty to enter the anny as a commis­ sioned officer. cadets face a rigorous schedule. They must attend physical fitness training three clays a week. classes on military history and leadership skills, and attend summer training camps, all while maintaining a GPA of 3.00 in their regular course curriculum. While most cadets train to attain a com­ mission as an officer in the Army. tlle first two years of the program are offered without military obllgatlon. " ROTC is more than jllst a scholar­ ship program offered for those i nterested in a military career," says Major Pealer, the Com­ mander of PLU's ROTC program. "ROTC offers students a chance to learn leadership skills that are valuable in any career." Here at PaCific Lutheran University. ca­ dets also get out of the classroom and participate i n more adventurous acUvtties. such as the Ranger ChaJlenge. lo Ranger ChaJ lenge. cadets compete with other schools in such skills as rope bridging, marksmanship, or lunning a 1 0K tcar­ rying a ful l pack and wearing full gear, of course). Cadets also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of social events throughout the year. So the next time they wake you up at 6 a.m., remember that ROTC cadets are about more than just physical fitness. ROTC is about developing skills for success such as self-es- ­ teem, responsibihly, and the ability to lead oth­ ers. Story by Carol A. Leeper Layout by Evan Johnson

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TOP 7 REASONS WE MAKE TH E SAGA 7. So when you are 45 and bald, your kids can look at your picture in the yearbook and laugh at your hairdo.

Angela O"Brien Seniors & Academics Editor

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Let the presentation. begin. Karin Anderson. 1 997

Sankta Lucia. is awarded w:ith a scholarship.

SAN KTA L U C I A Sankta Lucia is a Swedish holiday that has been celebrated every De足 cember 1 3 since the 1 8th century. It is named for Lucia of Sicily. who was martyred in 300 AD for her Christian faith.

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centuries later Lucia brought food to Sweden during a famine.

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traditional celebration. the oldest daughter in the family is to rise early and reinact that event. She wears a white robe and a wreath with candles on her head, sings and brings her family food and coffee. "Lucia" means light. and the holiday also marks the coming of longer days, which are welcome during a Swedish winter.

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11'r n,�",I><:rs nr lh� !'adOc Lolh""", Unj"""lly Symphony Ord"'ti'..... """duclod by Je� Kr;u:lu. "1",,1d long h"urs ....d' Wttk prq>ar1.'11 far lhdr ""'T M",,'e'l'l� 8CI'1t:s """c., .hmughnu' II", a"""e,,,1c �"r. Up 10 clgllly ",,,,ul,,,,,, "un I,.. hoo� r<1 ", any one of U""", f"n "",>ttr1 .. . Tho- �phony lnclt>dffl PUJ ''',,* �"tlc:nlJl fro,,' """"'" the north_st. "",,,...unll : "",,,,btl'S who g1"" lhd. Ume for I"" Iovto of ",u..te. hlo,,_ ,,"11 I'nnC1p1e ""lIlst David lIoffman arK rn....en . """,Ier Marta Kirk. ""ho ,,", PUIs ",,110 on" violIn I....� ... �Jltttn'dy. p"rionn,·d lhl� �at """'"" wnl":n by coon...-.s ....h ., �� M�n. R a ...d. and Gcr.;l,win. Some: pit In lMkliUon t" the k",. Maste� 6I:neI> c:onttrI!o. the ')'II'Jlhtlny """ OIhrr obI,&,'1Oo1!> Somc: "rmbt.... � In <he ...,11 knOwn Chrl!o',,"'b roon,U wllh the Choir cl ,"'" \\,,,,,, an( IInN..n;Il)' Chor.d" .., Pacllk: ....t�n .. IJn""rIoUy h' O<l<l11J001 I" the PUJ perf"""",,,,,,, lh. "'''''� ' In"'''\ lo Portland and Sr.oulr '" ".hart ,t-.trChtlMllIruI UIKUt. Thq� p;u11d1"'1� It .h" �ltl""l11 8OI<M.. cor>cert I"'rf.,m>e<:! � Ja..",U)' tenn. ..."d .hl> yra.- � had tho Ilr1>1lc.ge 0 .... 10 d;:dw:a,� U't' nrw mu�ic bl1;kllng. p1a)1n& r"" � MaI}' Bake.- 1(l1�1 01"''' ho"

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J l�"'I)1c ,. comprtsed of "'''>Gel 50 Padlk I..u,/",,,.,, Unh-=o.l.y "'� Unl""...lty Wind E Soud�"\$, Un".,,. .,,,, di""'Uon orHa}'ddl Ul'adlcy. • hey-pby .Iodr wind and pen:t>""IQr, '''''' "''''''''1S " 111\ 311110<'1 ",I� <kdIcaLi"". While ,,"Iy halfoflh" seoul) 1. 11��de l'P orm,,�I" ""�J""'. lh�enU", Wind �:nKillble � snan, .h<>lr ....... , of muSIc andJoY of playing. Wind EIl....bIr .. �oono<:& � Monday through '1,,,1'8<13)" from 3:40 u,,111 5: 10 I'. M.. Once ·..,.,l'lII! arod ",""b tnMnm""" a«:uon � alon,,- �:..ch """,IOn a �k. th",,,,up bttabinlo . . .. has .. t �lrof III<" class J"'f1OII to m. .. ..". their .,..,.,.:. then Ihc:y)(>In ,'«"thoro- ,,1.h ,"" rnt of III<" band 1 '1< : .. ,',(0""'Y '" prnctltt ou.-"hhe non"",1 cia§5 time, and 1'''' �n 01 U." 1"''''' l�lt..r I. � 0 n,.. \\'Io'd E"""rnblo- p'-"' � l'oo..rnlajOr P"'W"n .. """h year. and lhI5ynr_ k"1,,,d .o ""'" "laJor """,'rmIOOls. 0\'.' Jam".!,), Irnn, 1m, grm.p 10.....,.. In Itn"·au. rtt<:t.1n1l • •,ancllng. ",.,.Uon ,.,.. Ih.ir p<rfom"""'" al lloc 1t;t","lIall Music Education Conr."" ..,.,. In :.tardl Ih.,. pIIyW b, Ikno. Nc."ad<o ror Ihe Amencan ColI.glal� Haml DI""'to", Co",..,,,,lon. I��ydell Bradt")'. Ihr """ducl.... or <hot g"'up. .ays lhal btln!: b....tW 10 play at two co,w""I"'". I" on" yeM is n Wenl h""or. n", Wind �:n""mbk: aloo '-Is Ih" NorthlW:sl HIgh School Honor Ban<.l Full,'al, as ....,11 as pb)'t"1 Otr-....I11PU8 at high ""h<>Ol5 a"d bU"a l ... n,l. yt';or. Ihe Wind t;n""l11bk. lllool!; WIth ll,e Un"""nIIly Symphony Ore_no. pbym al "1ntn gno<.lu,Uion. Mlk� ,Ian...... a """lor 11110 ....".'1 . ....'. playtt. .... 1<1. "\\. play c.-erythLng from ..andaru band ",.",n011.., 10,,.,,,1",,,pornI}' """'": "" nit' WI!ld �:,w"nblr'�PI'O(r.l"'" �rkhly "".""",and�nMabk 10llM.n to It I�obviotlg after�I1" KII"C 0I1P. orthe!rrona'l'I.. thlil l hl!!small""�ttrOOP ohtudmtll ha,.., fun "",I work ..,,1I 1og<:ther.

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University Chorale is a great experience for the participants. 1t Is a men's and women's choir with a mLx of different majors who all like to sing and work hard to learn the diffe rent pieces ofmusic. "Chorale is a Jot of hard work. but it is the coolest thing that I have done at PLU. - said 1i"t::shl11an Jeff Pop pin. "1 mel more friends here Ulan anywhere else." Chorale is a nice group of people who work well together and like to sing is University Chorale jirecred by Dr. Ri chard Nance. "Dr. Nance is an understanding and fair director.� said sophomore Jennifer Richards. Nance helps the members learn new techniques to help memorize the songs. During the school year. the Chorale performed six different concerts: the Fall Choral :::omcert. the Christmas Festival Celebration. Refonnation Hymnfest. a concert with the orchestra. he dedication ceremony for Mary Baker Russell Music Center. and Commencement. They also 1el-formcd at a chapel senrice and an Evensong. The group's year ended wi th a five day spring tour. Usually the concerts cons[st of sLx to eight different songs. most of them relating to a :lu-isLian Ulcme. Freshman Carter Smithhart said that sometimes it is a IittJe djfficult to memorize he songs WIitten In foreign languages, but it is still a lot of fu n to sing. Music is a n important part )f life for Richards. which is why she sings in Chorale. -rhe amount of time spent in practice is all wotthwlli1e. when it comes clown to the )erformances. a culmination of the work." Poppin said.

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Kristy Fernandez Brian Fylker Stefan Green Anna Hall Lacey Hanson Kirsten Hauge Brandy Hedger Jennifer Hiatt Jeanette Hicks Rachel Hiscock Shauna Hoekert Tim Holmes

Jennifer Honigs Kristin Hovenkotter Shonda Hoyt Chris Inverso Matthew Jay Doug Jonson

Heidi Keller Sarah Kliewer Michelle Koetje Christina Knowlton Libby Lamb Megan Lamp

Kara Larson Jessica Lieurance Lisa Lindsay Talyn Loftness Andrea Long

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Cara MacDonald Samuel Maier Julie Marples Juliana McGee Ben McGrann Tatyana Medvcdev Nicbole Melius Deann Merkel David Michalson Jeffrey Miles Amanda Miller Megan Morehouse

Mason Moriguchi Jill Muhm Annalee Nelson Brandi Nichols Traci Owen Kara Parson

Bryan Paslay Raissa Pelers Tamara Peters Layei Peterson Michelle Pleny Krys Postma Matthew Radel Katrina Richardson Maieka Rogers Misty Joy Rounds Eric Rundslrom Micail Russell

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Erik Samuelson

Rebecca Sanders John San lie Karl Satrum Sarah Scales Stacey SCJadler Nathaniel Schlicher Garrett Schroeder Chnstopher Shanholtzer Kristin Shay Jill Shepherd Charles Shillito

Evan Shimono VictOlia Shotwell Aimee Sieverkropp Joshua Simmons

JoeJle Skaga Cynthia Skjbsud

Cora Slaven Jenn Smith Kathryn Smith

John Snyder Kristin Soukkala Heather Speigle

Jennifer Spiedel Taylor Stahl Angela Steiert Dan Stemkoskl Julie Summerer Suzi Sv,rinehart

Bill Stewart ... "Watching movies and sleeping." "Hanging around. going out. going to parties. and sleeping I guess."

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What would you change about PW? ... "Get rid of the classes!"

'The food." � Derick Dong

Jessica Swinson Usa Thorson Any Van Horne Katie Vantol RUtl1 Vettrus Lynn Waller

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Allison Fitzwater Martin Folkman Christian Foreman Nina Bryhn Gerhardsen

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Mark Hjelmervik Deborah Hopp Michele Hulbert Chad Johnson Marianne Kjeldsen Gerald Ladd

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Annette Mergenthaler Andy Meyers Fred Moore Matt Mullinix Shawn Myers Jen Mystrom

Jess Nelson Jonathan Nelson Steinar Nygaard Kate Percell Aleksander Petovic Sara Prengel

Rachael Radek Laura Ritchie Tara Roberts Jennifer Rossow Marjie Sackett Todd Shively

Lisa Muroya

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Sarah McCoy Noreen McEntee Jennifer MigaJa Sara Mueller Kevin Nance Kevin Navarro

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iM.trdl Gras mocktalls party. and the annual Spring Cruise.

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G R EY, beyond definition. Each unique and outstanding,

each a glorious creation when seen in the right light. We should learn to

R EV E L in our individuality

and embrace others for their own. Remember that

silver is just grey with a sparkle.

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