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INTRODUCTION

moment of TIME.-J. Maso


(L It) A Herd o{ COW's_ Choir of lh� West members po c for the (,)mera durln)\ th e ir J-Term t()ur to SO\lthem Cililiomi� and Arizona. (Belo"") 13€a lillg Out Some Tuues. PLU students gather around nod m�ke n little music during a J-Tcrm off-c�mpus CQur�t'.

Jennifer Hull

o choose TIME is to save TIME.-Bacon

INTRODUCTION 3


ake use of TIME if thou lovest eternity.--Quarle�

(Above) Attaw.lv Lutes. The Lutes football team stea"lsthe bi\Jl.1w�y from c1 Western Washin gton pL)ycr during � home game at Sparks SI. dium. (Right> What a Bargain. Chris McCafferty chaffeurs Krista Severeid aound in a shopping cart in Yum,. Ari:z., during Choir of the West Tour.

(Abuve) Do You Halle the Time?

Workers restored the landmark clock lower ou(sidc the UC In September.

INTRODUCTION


(Left) SWing Your Partner. Two Songfest participants show of their

cool moves

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they sWing the night

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(Bottom Right) What A Comfy Bunk. Hong residenr Rayna Spies relaxes atop her bunk bed and tries to get some homework done before bedtime. (Below) JustOffBroadw.1Y, Nick Bliz­ Zilrd, Josh DlIssler, Sara Wolbrecht, and Mich�lle Plenycampout for 'Rent' tickets at the Moore Th€l'l\er in down­ town Seattle.

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(Above) Walk Like An Australian. Stu­ den I:s on the A uslraUa J-Term trip learn some dan

moves from one 01 their

CRight) Gimme A Bear Hug. Jen HuH uddles up to an Australian Koala bear during J-Tenn.

hosl;.

Jennifer Hull

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(Top leU) One of the many (Top Middle) One Freshman games that

Playtalr.

were played at

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(Top Right) A test of how the

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lIeil Si (Upper Left) Jon Nelson, as Ken, concocts a story to cover-up a

gunshot in Ru足 mo rs.

RS" (Upper Right) Meg Sanders, as Chris, takes a break from all the action.

(Middle Left)

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Kri sta Severeid,

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as the police

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(Lower R ig ht) Beth Steele, as Cassie, attempts

gusted by his wife's flirting .

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(Upper Lett) Claire (Krista Severeid), Ch ris (Meg Sand足 ers)' and Cookie (Rachel

(Upper Right) Dom Zook, as Lenny, Is the odd man out as Glenn (Louis Hobson), Ernie

Morton) play odds for their

(Nathan Rice), and Ken (Jon

husbands' fate.

Nelson) show evens.

(Middle Left) Meg Sande rs as Chris, makes up a story for Cookie (Rachel Mo rto n) as Lenny (Dom Zook) listens. ,

(Middle Center) Claire (Krista Severald) and Ken (Jon Nelson) talk their way out of a sticky situation.

(Middle Right) Ian Sweeney as Officer Welch interrogates the par ty goars .

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SPORTSDIYISIOH


Football

Overcoming all obstacles nA lith de!emlinobOO. hard work. OOdicalion. and some .

IIV inspomg direction from Coach Frosty Wes!eting

lhe lute. """,Mid lroe season with an 8·trocord WUtlihos 'ecoId.1Ile LUle. flni.ood lhe seas"" "" l op as Non_I CooI..",J'1C8 cham�•. The Lute. slarted oN a lime &flai<y.-doefeatng Cal Lulroeran'" OV(J�omo "nd �;ng to Sw!roem Oregon. They lknlsrKld SlrOIlg. lilougll. handily win""'ll tr.e.- last """""

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G<lended thOir t'HI year winning SI,eak oYer It... loggers_ lJ<ovgI1t the o_aD _In to 25-43·5. The lut'"' ....., d&­ leDIOO lhe lough WIII'motlle Bearcall "" Ihoit way 10 capt... Ing!he con!erence hlle

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(for left)Anthony Hicks, junior, ski(s around his opponent while Kevin Giboney, freshman, moves into block. (left)Aoron Sonnichsen, senior. fights ' or the calch. (below leH)A pock of Lutes converge to toke down 'heir prey, the boll corrier.

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(obove)Coach Fros1y Weslering and the lute

'oolball team toke

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before a game, (leH)Jeremy Sandness, sopho足 more, runs around his foe in a Hiesmenesque pose. Photo

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Women's Soccer •

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M,lMIfIQ. and husIing. the Luhl ...."..,.., IIn/sIWI • ........ Woth strong de_ 1M .1Ough B"""". !hey piayect . way 10 B B-9-1 record and n\AnagecllO hokI OnIc li11t! pl_ on If. NonMwe.t Ccnlefen<:8 In tI/I� tlrst eleven matches. me LUIGI elowed orIy 13 gOals .ndSCOfed 26 ""de ouW>oo�ng lheir \IPIlOI*l'- lei·I 30. •1

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(left)This group (Kira Johnson, 19; Carli Rasmussen, 18; Alis on Brennan, 2; Amy Gudgeon, 20) of Lutes chose down the boll to regain possesion (below)T osha Ockfen, sophomore

mid fielder. posses the boll between two opponents

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Strength from within

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(jeep within, the Lute men's so.ccer team fought their way to 9-7-1 overall season record. With their excellent

showing, the Lutes earned fourth place in the Northwest Conference. Jonas Tanzer, sophomore goalkeeper, was voted as Northwest Conference Player of the year for men's soccer. Tanzer played every game in its entirety, made 85 saves, and finished the season with 1.05 goals against average. John Evermann, senior forward, was also selected to the All-Northwest Conference first team. The Lutes started the season off strong. After nine matches, PLU shared first place in the Northwest Conference. They finished the season with

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number of heartbreaking losses

to tough opponents.

Men's Soccer

Season Record:

9-7-1

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(above left)Kit Shanholtzer dribbles past his opponent. (above)Shawn Young uses some toney footwork to get post this defender. (IeH)The Lute goalkeeper nimbly prevents yet another attempt of a score against PLU. (far left)This Lute and his nemesis both chase down the ball. Our man

rec ove red the pasession.

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Cross Country

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UShing themselves to the limit and training hard all season, the Lute men and women harriers ran tlleir way to first

and third p lace finishes, respectively, in the Western Region. Both teams are coached by Brad Moore.

Women's

Men's

Olivia Dykes. Tesia Forbes. Maree

Dan Casmier. Patrick Dill. Willi

George. Sarah Gogert, Leigha

Gorrod . Forrest Griek. Aron Kaipainen, Joson KOlpainen. Ryan Pauling. Ryan Reed. Andrew Rolhenburger. La n ce Thompson. Ryan Warren.

Coach Brad

Lemon. Lisa Lindsay. Sereno

Magnussen. Michaela Meiser, Chelsea Morris. lia Ossander. Rebecca Wells. Connie Williams, Brenda Wyman. Heidi Zimmer

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Cross COlll1try Men's Overall Ranking:

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Lewis &Clark Inv.

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Big Cross Inv.

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PLU Inv.

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5th

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SPORTS


CROSS COUNTRY


-Swimming-

;acing the Challenge of the SoN.,

lmi,a'l"ll dOlphlns.,ld OIher crGalu,as

lno PLU swim tGama coursed \hejr way 10 a

groal season. The cl&<lic3led luIes logged coum\8111 hours in the poOI.fIII swam thousands 01 yaros If1 the early InCI'IWIIiJ 10 PIlIP". bf � " E'" Although both !he men'. lind \1Il00*1'$1,,,,,, did IlOl win .. rrIfIJ1y ....x:ne... they would tww9 .... 10. the Lllta swrmrn&JS Mod • \ifNI )'H' lui 01 mrIY m.mo"....

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year in California at the Pacific Coast Tourna颅 ment where they had a fine showing.

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. �race the men's crew team also

had an outs tanding year. Crew is

not only a sport of endurance and exercise,

n

but also of teamwork, dedication,and learn­ i g. The team learns to care for their boats and each other. They also learn the intricasies of being a coxswain.

SPO RTS


-LaCrosse-

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lDaving i TILU ra

n,

mud, cuts, and bruises, the

Jacrosse teams persevered to play

their best at each game. Lacrosse derives

its name from the shape of the sticks players use to carry the ball. The ga me , originally played by

the Native Americans of the New England area, was picked up by the French and has slowly spread throughout Europe and North America. Its popularity is also increasing on college campuses ac

S PO RTS


This ployer prepares to poss as a Lute looks on, ((or left) Intensely watChing the action. this ployer prepares to join in, (leH) Ignoring the hit, this player carries the boll around his opponent.

(below leN)

Photos Courtesy Nathan Lunstrum

This player looks (or on open teamote to pass to.(obove) Holding the precious boll close to his body, this Lute

runs upHeld.

((or leN)

LACROSSE


-Men's Basketball­

Perseverence and Heart ' � 1/ V

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a t ch in g

their opponents'

e ve ry

moves, the PLU

Lute basketball team stayed one step ahead of their adversaries. Usi ng teamwork and good on­

court communication helped the Lutes to another great year

in basketball. The Lut es hope to continue a winning tradition as they build and grow in both skills and confidance.

Men's Basketball 98-9 OQQonent

W/L Score

Regis

L

77-60

Christian Her. W

88-840T

Evergreen SI

L

78-69

George Fox

L

69-67

Pacific

W

75-610T

Whitman

W

88-57

Whitworth

W

65-54

Alaska-Anch

L

72-62

Alaska-Anch

L

1 03-95

West. Wash.

L

67-66

Seattle Pacific L

105-57

Linfield

L

83-73

Willamette

L

67-60

Lewis& Clark

W

74-73

PugetSound

L

72-70

W

65-63

Whitworth

L

69-63

Whitman

W

67-60

Willamette

W

72-53

Linfield

W

86-69

Seattle

SPO RTS


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-Wrestling-

Powerhouse of Strength

ij

sing their strength and cunning, the Lute wrestlers fought their way to a great season. Coached by John Aiken, they overcame some tough losses

and continued to wrestle with spir it and determination. Senior Matt Werner (149-pound class) had a fantastic year to cap off his college wrestling year. He won the title in his weight class in many tournaments and finished the season at better than 28-2. One, two, three . This Lute keeps his prey pinned as the referee counts. (left) .

Wrestling 98-99 Opponent Highline CC

W/L L

Score 30-14

Clackamas CC W

36-7

Hightine CC

W

24-21

N. Idaho JC

L

30-12

Clackamas CC W

27-12

S. Oregon

L

42-6

Yakima Valley

L

25-14

Pacific

L

37-10

Simon Fraser

L

40-7

Central Wash.

L

24-19

SPORTS

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11scending to Glory For one month t he y ale, lived, and skied together, but the story of the ski team started way before {hat. Those tru ly dedicated to

the sport of skiing began training in the fall with

lifring exercises

to

ru n ni ng

and

increase their slrength and stamina. Then

came J-term. The team spent the weekdays l ivi n g on the slopes

and skiing. Th e y [hen spent the firsl several weekends of second semester skiing at s evera l tournaments in Oregon, Washington,

Idaho and Canada. In (he process they learned valuable lessons ,

and formed long lasting friendships.

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SPORTS


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-Men'sTrack & Fjeld-

-SPrinting to Glory

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ENDURANCE

SPORTS


Keeping his eye on his torget. this Lute leaps past

his opponent. (far lett) Dancing a dlHicult step, the discus thrower flings the

discus into oblivion. (leN) As the pack rounds the corner this Lute maintains the lead. (below lett)

Grimacing as he sinks in the sand, this long jumper makes his mark.(above)

MEN'STRAC


-Women'sTrack-

!J{unning to Victory

SPORTS


WOMEN'S TRACK


-Baseball-

'l1nvanquished

W

ith hot bats and cool heads, the Lutes played

a good season. They held their own in the NWC conference, occupying fifth place near

the end of the season. Jay Chennault and Casey

Harvie combined for more than 44 runs while Brian Farman broke the school record for strikeouts and innings pitched.

Baseball 1999 OpQonent

Score

Western Bapt.

7-2,2-7

NBI

1 0-0

Brit. Columbia

9-3,9-1 9

Whitman

6-5,

Brit. Columbia

1 3-4

Lewis-Clark State

8-1 8

Brit. Columbia

1 0-1 9

Western Oregon

4-8

St. Martin's

4-1 2

Whitworth

6-1 ,9-12

Whitworth

9-21

Cal. Baptist

6-1 0

Simpson

23-4

Cal State-Hayward 2-1 Menlo

1 1-7

Central Wash .

3-14

George Fox

3-11

George Fox

0-6,6-19

PugetSound

1 0-5

Whitman

4-3,2-3

St. Martin'

f

9-16

Willamette

3-1 ,5-2

Willamette

9-10

PugetSound

7-5

Pacific

1 3-6,10-9

Pacific

1 2路8

SPORTS


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on, the infielder

makes a close play.

(leH) AHer another victory. the Lute basebalt team congratulates eochother on

a game

well played. (below leH)

Sa crific ing his body for the play, this outfielder dives for the

catch. (above)

BAS E BA L L


-Softball-

Will Power to Win

The Lutes played hard and had an excellent season.

Many

records were broken as Shannon Fritzke set a new single-season batting average, Mandy Floss scored 45 runs, and the team as a whole had one of the best season records in Lute history.

Softball 98-99 Oggonent

W/L

Concordia

W

5-0

Whitworth

L

1-4

St. Martin's

W

4-0

L

1-3

Western Wash.

Score

PugetSound

W

11-1

West. Oregon

L

1-2

East. Oregon

W

10-0

W

4-0, 1 3-0

W

4-0,2-0

Seattle U . Concordia Lewis & Clark

W

1 0-0, 1 4-2

Concordia

W

7-3, 1 5-5

Western Wash.

W

2- 1 ,3-0

Mt. Mercy

W

8-2

Wiliams

W

10-1

Gustavus Adophus W

10- 1

Claremont-MuddScripps

2- 1

Wisconsin River Falls

8-0

SI. Thomas

W

6- 1

St. Mary's

W

7-2

Chapman

L

0-7

Seattle U.

W

9-0,12-0

Linfield

W

8-0,9-0

Willamette

W

7-0,8-0

PugetSound

W

13-1,5-3

George Fox

W

10-1 ,9-1

Pacific

W

11-0,15-6

Whitworth

W

6-0,9-0

S PO RTS


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'Enthusiasm and Pride

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The Depanment 01 Humanities 1IfICOI'I'JPasse5 lhedisaplinesol English, Languages and

litoratures. Philospohy, ReWg;o.1. and Publishing and Pnnttng AJts. Diverse earoors follow a degree program from the department. Students may lind themselves In graduate studies, prolossional programs, In elementary and secondary teaching. or in various business and community situations. Courses in tho d,viSion are designed to 8IIPlOf'O dit1erent perspectJves. communicate personal posrtions. and study related actions. ",


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BUSIN E ES


Saga Sial!

The School of Business Story and Layout by Jeff Priester

The School of Business aims "to stimulate the d evelopment and ongoing improvement of the w hole person a nd communi ties w e serve by provi d i ng

a

relev ant, innovative, a n d

q u ali t y business educa tion in the l i b era l a r ts s p i r i t" a s d esc rib ed in the PLU catalo g . St ud en ts are challenged t o learn essential skills required t o become successful business persons in an e ve r- c han gin g ma rke tp l a ce . The funda mentals of tea mvvo rk, communica tion,

t ech n o l ogy, problem solving, leadership, m u l t i-cultural management, a n d change manage足 ment a re mastered thro ugh o u t th e severa l d e g ree concentra tions offered .


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The School of Education

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The School or Education oilers programs of $l1JdV leadong to cerulicahon lor elementary.

eeondary. a!'ld 5;)OCIai educalioo teachers SludenlS complete curnculum designed 10 rov,de graduates wnh II blending 01 the libefal ens and II vanc1y 01 pr!Ia.caJ exposures 10 uldod liold lJ�pelrence5 beginning early in tile sequence. Teacher placement rau!s 01 PLU graduales have been among the highest in !he state hiS is nol surprising, since PLU's education program has become one 01 tile most respeeted .

rograms m the region.


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Layo..t t>'\' JoII p _

Thl' d,vision of N�turJI ScicnCl'S encompasses sew'ral fields of study.

of/ered

Degree progran

include biology, chemistry, computer ...icn.,.,. engin eering.. erwirorunental studif

!;l'OSCiel1«'S, ,'l1d physics. Students learn valuable skills in challenging COUl'Sl'5 th�t invoh·eromprd>ensi,.., MOO on Ir.,jllin!; in clilSl;ro<)ms and laboratorie;. With �

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fieldS are possIble.

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d],-;sion of Natural Scieoces, endless profession


K EEP IT STE A D Y (Left) T w o l1" f u.ra l science students carefuUy probe the lest tube to com­ plete thei r chcmjslry I" b. I G OT H ( Below) A fter much hilrd work, Ih", organic che m i.' try "I'ud�' n t finds tbe key to solving hi. lab.

Saga Staff CLASSI C CONCENTRA TJ 0 N (Left) Thi� I1J t u rn I science student i 0euses hard on fi n i s h ing her lit(atlOn lab (or organic cherobtry.

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COM PUTE R G EN I U S M u c h oj l h curre n t n a n.nal science curn c u l u lll i n volves work ing wi t h computers. ThIS stu senl enters datil ' n to the system.

NATU RAL SC I ENeES


NU RS I NG

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The School of NUfSII'I\I at PLU IS II proresslonal school that combines nUfslflg. science, rill e. strong loundahon In the hbeeal arts, and humanl�es 10 prepare undergraduate students ;II' gentlllI.l nurS!09 practice III spealC r specialliM. These programs employ dynamic

learning opponunilles thai challenege students 10 develop $kills, altilodes, values, end roles wlnet1 !lCimate ind"'iduals, lamiliBs. and commtll'lll l&S tOo mee1 their health and weliness needs. The !<:ulty and leaching SIS" at the School of Nursng ale a lICh and diYerse group of II1divlduals.

hey represent II wide range Oof ages. educational preparauoo. inl8fllSlS. e�peI1eoces, and

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I'lU 5lUdCnls. f�cully• • n 1 d SI,lff play. e>.crrise. ��IC. and rempeit' on Iheir way HI d.....·..-Ioping sound minds in sound bod i,'S. During "ny sernesler, approximalely 60 percent 01

�II sludenl5 cnmll in one of th� m,'P1Y li(,'1ime sporls d�sSC!l thai are offerro by the School 01 I'hys�al Educatron. Intramur� 1 sport� I'mgram� involve 63 pelcent of our stud""t body and more Ih;:n 600 5IUdents compele In 25 invol....,mc'" may be to

vMsily

and club sports TIle motiVJllOn lot thi� .

l'n'I'.u" for n pr(lf>ssiOtral , Career in teaching, cooching, he.olth and

rrtness m:u"'semeP1t, physic,>1 therapy. exercise science or 1l'C1'N00n administration urd Pl'O!!rammins·

PHYSlCAL1DUCATION


P H VS I CA L E D UCAT I ON


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Social Sciences Story and Layout by Jeff P riester

Th e D i viso n of Social Sci e nces stu d i es how we as h u mans re late to o n e anot h e r as :a m i l y, friends, busi ness associates, a l l i es , e n e m i e s

,

or stra n g e rs in p e rso n a l , pol i t i cal ,

�conomic, and societal facets . Th e dep artm e n ts of Sociology, Marra i g e a n d Fa m i l y Therap hy, H i sto ry, Eco n omics, =>syc h o l ogy, Anthro p o l ogy, Soci al Work, Wo m e n 's Stu d i es , an d Po l itical Scie nce a l l make up h e d i vision . Students who co mp lete prog rams of st u dy and e a rn th e i r degrees have n u me ro u s �are e r choices u pon g rad uation.

Co unseli n g , ed ucati o n , j o u rn a l i s m , busi ness, p u b l i sh i n g ,

) u b l i c relations, bankin g , a n d consu lti n g a re j u st a few of t h e m .


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Music

Distinguished te�,hcrs, tal.-nled students. �nd the support"''' public..", th.. g""'!

people wlm m"ke the o.,partmcm ofMu,k at rLU a n.ationalty ""'C1gnl.«d rem..., for music,,] 1"MIl;n!;. �rving.. and sharing. A talented. roi'w.-s,n· faculty 0( p<!.fnrmers. romP<>S"r5. .md aurhors. drawn from the ""Iion"s fin�tc<m90.",'aiQries,,,,,:l unin'rsiliQ;, ....ork and de\'cloplhe

whole person in the ronte.>.t of a caring aca<kmic: community of undersl�nding students and cmhuSiastk audiences. The d."..rtrrn:nl pn:l\'ides mol<' than 100 concerts I:olch y�dr in which st\Kh:�nts. {.KUlly. artists. ande�cilinggU0$l5 perfonn an incredible Mray 0( muskal stylesand rnedi.>. A'ddcmK programs off.".a B..c�""r of ArtS in �lll5ic rerfonn.ln<:c, �lusk Edu,..!io',­ and Musical Arts. A minor program , j al..ooffert'd

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H EY GUYS (Below ) Choir of the West members Rick Wilkerson, Holly Johnson, and Gavin Jensen show thilt friends made through music a l wilys have a strong bnn d .

A M I G HTY FORntESS (Left) Choir of thE' West takE'S time oul

[rom � fIJ n-rdl ed day ill Di 5 fl E'yl" n d d U flng their Jan uary IOU r to sing J song for the passers-by.

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D E D IC AT E D F A N S ( AbOve) A n a n xious crowd sits rest­ I s l y " wa iting w h a t they hope is go­ i n g to be an eniert�jnjn g concert b y C horal U n ion .

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In the School 01 the ArU. PLU students haYe the opporIl.IMy '0 et\ar1 their own paths kough II Y8riety 01 artiSlie styles and 1TIe<la. They can make polS using lI ,etHhousand yea.

*' method or geoenl.e hlgh-'ech COf'I1)Uler imageI. Aft history and Iheofy courses engage

altK:al BI'\8Iysi1 01 major moouments from lhe pret11storic to COf1lemporary 1YOrId. Small classes aHow lor individualized attontion and locusOO conconlralion. The 11(1 acuity believe Ihalindividuailly. a-e8tivity. and freedom of e�pression are centralia the welfare :A a clemp.':ralic and enlightened society.

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SC H OOL OF T H E A RTS

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TlNGELSTAD Tinge lsta d Coordina tor: Co li n Sr.

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Resident As s ist ant s : Mega n Greene Bria n Vertrees

Casca d e Hall President: Melissa Rega n Ivy Hall President: J a nelle Schulte

Evergreen Hall President: J enn Speidel Alpine Hall Presiden t: Greta Schmitt

TINGELSTAD


Resident Assistants: Beth Cow,,]1 Ryall Bebe-Pelph{>r y Chqar",c uhrt J�le Foum;�r Ch�rl", G"vigan Kati Nelson Doug JoltSOn Mark Cypher Nicole Pedersen Corey Shamley Angte Lucas

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DeIlJ II�II Fdmily Student 1 i0llsln8 Hinkle linus<: M,JSS;l HOllse M�/ers I tOll>!! Pe;lbody I louo;e M<n',C�""lcr Altemali\"e HousIng Coordinator: I..i$a

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Resident Director: Scott Etherton Sr. Resident Assistant: SUSiln Andresen I<esident ,\ssist�nts: Gl\'tch�>J1 VOS" "btt Crouthamel llryan Schaeffer Jamie Gabriel '\lstm "·I"schoff "brk Hammond H.,ll President: Myron Bernard

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One hoghligh! or !he yeo, WIll II>e 'Pre" War" '!>urr"" on by a f,iendly rivalry �ll<'lIn Foss arod PlI� Tr.e war was IniIieIed by !l-.lIieh '" PlkIe{jIIf'l '997.ga Homecoo . ...... !ropfly end eteaialed _ t.gs 01 cricI<eIs were "'lOWI"IlI'Wough 01*' ...tMowto and . 2 ·P .... In enIiN """"Il'I 01 pn.... PIIuege< .aL"_ ...,H16II "Y llre!egicdy pIIorIg , ''''' 01 ...tIiIe mIoe throogl\o!o.l F_ .rod tOIling '*" .oep 10 laundry "'achlnes. No(\8� waI donII, and IIie maJO"ry the r&I,(iIonIl 01 bolt! � '*' ."". One migt1t ....." go .. T" .. 10 !Ul1 that 1ho: 1Ia�. _'" m.... du., It: IIie 0Ita T:VlglilloI1N: yur � Puwd:n Pull WILl Pf!:oeger"l ....Ited mEl'" dn122±aWlLl1N: I U't" S l'dan:::o .

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Resident Direc tor: Lisa Doyle Sr. Resi d en t Assistant: Amy Crabtree Resident Assistants: Alex Doolittle Jill Van derhoff Bobbi Hughes Stacy Croft

Saga Sta t

Sarah Rorelu Mary Chapman Erika Jun tunen Ja mie Unger Hall P res i d en t : Lisa Lindsay

Saga Sta


,1. CH BUM� low) Joe, Mall', Jake, Kim, Stuart, lein.1 ni, La u de, and Collin play .'I I beach du ring Il�e am) u a l hall re­ )t to the beil u t i ful Washington ,to

DOG PILE Woltom) C hristy, ick, Sara. josh, Kelly, a n d Ryan pile on top of St�ve d u riJ1g one of the most memorable moments of the Hinderhe/Hong re­ treat.

Hinderlie started off the year with a classic bang, in togas ! "Greek Hinderlle" was the hall theme and the year began with an excit ing Freshman week. Hinderlie residents showed their L u te spirit all year, part i c i p ating in events like Dogp atch Oly m p i c s , Homecoming week , Powder P u H Football, and Miss L ute. There were even " H i nder-Lutes" painted in school colors at the football games . H i nderlie enjoyed hall bo n ding time with Hong Hall at the hal l retreat in Long Beach , WA. Christmas time was also exciting--the hall council surprised the residents wit h

a

brand new pool table.

Other memorable events in 1 998-99 were movie nights, St. Patty's Day twister . barbeques, and a Mardi Gras casino night. I t was one great year for th e hall.

doknow how to s how the l T school Spirit. M ay be they could show I he r e s t or t h e fans 3 thing or two. Hl nderlJe reslden t s s u r t'

Tara Demant

H IN D E RLI E


Resident Director: Shelly G riffi ths Sr. Resid ent Assista n t : Rach a el Radek Resident Assista n ts: Au brey Se ffernick Ma thew

Ra del

Sara Wo lbrech t Kelly Da v ison Dean Po powski Hall President:

H ONG

Jesse Stra tton


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HANG IN' TO UGH m Jowl Ord�1 residents know how to chIli out �nd take a brea k from t he day-tn-d.1Y PLU h u stle t h a t goe-s on a ro u n d th . dorms.

SHOW A UTILE LO VE (R ight) Ord a l resident Robby Larson a nd Karlene M i lesshare a cud dly mom e n l t oget he r I n front of t h E' camer a . . . how cute!

Karlene Miles

Resident Director: Dawn Sr. Resident Assistant:

Melton

Bethel Cope

R e si d e n t A s s i s t an t s :

Nicole Hoyes

S arah Stauffer Nate Wolfe Fred Moore Jon Sanford Gwen Ressler Shanna Duncan Matt

Rygg

Hall President: Nick Pharris

HA PPY HOUDA YS

(RIghI) Ordalltes with the hohd�y sp,rit stop 1 0 g a t her [or a g ro u p PIC­ t ure at the annual Orelal C h ristm�s r� r ty.

ORDAL


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Kreidler HaII I 99S-99 bOa.tOO an int..ma�o""1 gfOOp at ooOO<graooate ....... de<1t5, In addition to sludems ltlfooghout !f1<I U.S KflOidler studenrs fl'IPf<lSl/11t9il China. Indonesla. Japan. Kuwatt, N!Q8ria. ""'rway, SwoKlen. and South Alnca. .•

Resldon! participaTiO<1

WOS up !rom

P'8YIous I'M", Kf<lldler wu we"repre­ "nled !his yeat in Song1(J$\ In whidl lhey took �f$l place along with Foss and Sluen. Miss Kreidler 1001< seoond place In !f1<I Miss lUle CQmp<!tition. and !he dorm landOO Iounh pi""" in Horne<:otrit'9 and second pIRoI! in Inuamuml SollbaJl. They even Nod a !IOCee, team, a 3,d Floor Bowling Assoda­ tiM, and several 'inle,-haU ga\t>erings' as well. Not>o<I\t can prove thaI Kreidler ,,".!dents had anything to 00 with dumping wa!8f on lresl1m.m wong tt>e� """maT"",

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HUNGRY' ( Leit) Probably not the most heillihy breakfilsl, but � I leilst i l will get these off-ca mpus students t h rou gh t he day.

POWDER P U FF (Below) The of-ca mpus studenl.S a re plllying hard . . l, 2, 3.-. HIKE' Go off­ campus women I .

Sabrina Siab bert 'IL ORlOUS "-bove) We c,1 m e . we p e.yeJ .

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O F F"CAMPUS


NEW DORM

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IN PRO GRESS

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a plan to tea r down Everg ree n C o u rt and Delta H a l l and b u i ld an apa rtment-style'

it

re side nce h a l l fo r j u n i o r and se n i o r stud e n ts . Th e $ 1 0 . 5 mi l l i o n project is sched uled to

III

beg i n between July and Septe m be r 1 99 9

I L (25th _

a n d slated t o open Fal l semester 2000. It a l l goes as planned , the hall wi l l be loca ted on Yakima Ave nue betwee n 1 2 6th

Sireltr S.

a n d 1 27th. 1 00 additio nal parki ng spaces have a lso been p rop osed . The h a l l is designed to kee p a l a rge p o p u l a t i o n o f upperclassmen on campus. I n additi o n , the new h a l l wi l l benefit from C a m ­ pus Safety services , cam pus I n ternet a n d phone h o o k u p s , campus activities, a nd

a

meal p l a n . The h a l l w i l l be staffed by resi­

1271h SIr P l I ali

tn l ,ile of Del l a l i d I<. t rl!rcl'fI

dence adviso rs a nd be s u bject to all ca m p us

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ru les , i n c l ud i n g the no-alcohol pol icy .

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Departmen t o f C ommunica tion and Thea tre Fa cu l ty (Left to Righ t) : Cliff

Rowe, Ed In ch, Diane Ha rney, Peter Erenha us, and William Becvar. Not pictured : William Parker, Kit Spicer, Joa nne Li so s ky and Jason Davidson. ,

Dia ne H arney (bo ttom) a dvises a student ab out the Communica tio n s De足

par tment while departme n t chair Ed Inch (righ t / below) vvatches on .


ENGLISH The

E nglish Department faculty show that they a ren' t alwa y s

serious;

they

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Left to Right: Earl Lovelace, B a rbara Temple-Thurs ton, Dennis Mar足 tin, L isa Marcus, Jim Chair Da vid Seal .

Albrecht,

Sharon Jansen, and Dep a rtment


ANEW OEAN

SCHOOL OF NURSING FACULTY OR. TERRY MILLER

DR. TERRY MILLER wJsnam�-d d,,�n of the School of NlIn>;ng d"fL'(tiv<' in July 1 998. 1'"" ';ously M; ll"r w,,�ilS$<")C; a'c dean

of the 5o,n jvse 5t.lle Univcrslly Collt"ge 01

Applied Sri",1C� ,'nd A ns alld director of

lhi· 5j5U Division of 11"" Ith

Professions.

..rom 1980 Miller ,,'"gh, n\l�;ng full·time

at 5j5U unlil h" beg;", his adminislrati"t' d\lti� in 199-1. He ....arnt"d a l'h.D. from tlw

Uni"ersity of Oklahoma ,,00 holds a US.

;n zoology. He,1nd his ....;fe,Juli..... """e'WO

rOllng ,hild",".


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Dr. David Robbins, Dean

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

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Dr. Richard Sparks, Choral

Dr. Richard Sparks, d i rector of Choral Activities a n d Professor of M us i c,

Dr. Sp arks poses

received the America n Choral Di recto r's A sso c ia ti o n s Ju lius Her ford Award for t he most ou tstanding churill d isser t a t ion for 1997 at the Na tional Conven tion in Chi­ cilgo i n February 1 999. His book based on the dissertation, Til Swedish Choral MJ Yacle--Swedish A Capella Music S illce 1945 was a lso p u bl i hed in time for t he co nvention. Sparks had a busy year with Choir of the West. A ft e r returning h ome from a Jan uary tour to Sout hern Ca li fornia and A ri zona a nd singin g their h omecom i ng concert, the choir began work on the Ensembles Concert which showcases the ind epend ence, crea tivity, ilnd humor of the choral stude n t s . The Choir also sang an Evensong service for the [ntema t i ona l Or g an Sym posiu m on April 8th a n d joined Chol"<l l Union in M a y to si ng Orff' s masterpiece Cnrmilln bJmmn w i t h fa culty solo i sts lisa G an u n � Stephen Wal l., a n d B a rry J o h n so n . '

.

with fo rmer Choir of the Wes t con ductor,

Dr. Maurice Skanes, in

Tusco n, A riz.)"

du ring the J-Term

ch oir's

tour.


l

n.., following PlU ,o<ulty and / or adminIStration we", rerogniud for 20 or more } ' Nf>; of .mpk,y­

men! . t rLU .. the annu.l Chnstm» lund"",n on I:'Il"cember 1 7th 26 HARS

Stephen u"mdt. K.olhl"en E,m.,,-, Lour."" I!.S"", Tames johmion, Aj.,,,,, Kloin. !rmsa",d Knioul:. Janey Moo,e. Tho""" Serl<, Chnstopher Sp�r. M"idn W.IT 25 YEARS

William B"",-or. 'errold u,rum, Ann Mill"" Gary NlCOOI>Ofl, Robert 5t;"""_ Chans-Lo Yiu :lO YEARS

Arthur G..e, P,ul lIO>elh, Rob<rl lenoen, Je�' Krach" Bf..." Lowes, I"""" Nolph. Rodney Sw�""'" 15 YEARS

P I"I, p NordqUIst, jan-.es Van Beek


Six retiring facu lty members and faculty associ­ a tes �vere honored at the 1999 commencemen t ceremony

RE TIREE S

RETIREE S

RETI R E E S

Camille Eliason, Oi­ re c t o r of Admissions and Tra nsfer Coordi­

n a t or Laurence D. Hu estis, Professor of C hemis­ try

ArthUI D. Martinson, Professor of History Walter E. Pilgrim, Professor of Religion

S. Erving Severtson, Professor of Psychol­ ogy a nd Vice Presi­

d ent of Student Life


SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FACULTY

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RELIGION DEPARTMENT FACULTY Lett to Right: Bob Slivers (Christian Ethics), Paul Ingram (Comparative Religion), Walt Pilgrim (New Testament), Mary Jane Haemig (Reforma足 tion Church History). Doug Oakman (Chair. New Testament), Jeff Staley (New Testament), John Petersen (Old Testament), Stew Govig (Christian Education), Patricia Killen (American Church History).


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