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Applications available  on  line  or  at  the  Wang  Center,  253-­‐535-­‐7577  

ASPLU 2013-­‐2014   SENATE  ELECTIONS!       Do  you  want  to…     ✓  Feel  more  connected  to  campus?     ✓  Be  involved  in  making  PLU  policy  decisions,  like     extending  library  hours  or  making  improvements     on  campus?     ✓  Add  a  great  experience  to  your  resume?     ✓  Make  new  friends?         If  you  said  YES  to  any  or  all  of  these  questions,   you  should  consider  running  for  ASPLU  Senate!   Come  to  the  interest  meeting  on  Monday,  April   15th  from  5:30-­‐6:30  p.m.  in  AUC  Room  171  to  find   out  more,  or  pick  up  an  Election  Packet  from  the   ASPLU  office  today!       Please  contact  ASPLU  Human  Resources  Director  Haley   Miller  if  you  have  any  questions  (  

Mental Health for



Get a jump on your Spanish language study during the summer!





Meet Option I or Option II of the CAS requirement


ON CAMPUS: OFF-CAMPUS: HISP 101: Term I, June Intensive Spanish in HISP 102: Term II, July Spain, Term II, July HISP 201: Term I, June (HISP 201, 202, HISP 202: Term II, July 301, or 401) HISP 202: Term II, July Contact Dr. Bridget Yaden,, if you have any questions OFF CAMPUS: Intensive Spanish in Uruguay, with Dr. Giovanna Urdangarain, Term I, June (HISP 101, 102, 201, 202, 301, OR 401 depending on placement)

Wednesday, April 17 5:00pm-7:00pm

Ask For It: Food Provided! How Women Can Use The Power of Salary Negotiation Women earn 77¢ to a man’s $1.00. A major factor contributing to the gender wage gap is salary negotiation - women often don’t ask for more or know how to negotiate. Join us for a two (2) hour workshop that will cover the basics of salary negotiation! Space is limited! Register by Friday, April 12, 2013! Register online at

Sponsored by Career Connections, The Women’s Center and Harstad Hall.

Register for Summer When You Register for Fall

The Housing Process Begins Soon!!! It is time to decide‌ Do I want to stay in my current hall? Switch Halls? Do I want to live in Hong, Hinderlie, or SAL? Who will be my roommate? Do I want a single room?

3/27: 4/2: 4/2: 4/9: 4/10:

Housing Sign-Up Timeline:

Single room, Hong, Hinderlie, & SAL applications due Gender Neutral Housing applications due Master Housing & Meal Agreement due by 5pm Housing Process for residents returning to same hall Housing Process for residents moving to new hall

Questions? Contact the Office of Residential Life AUC 161 x7200

Hardanger Fiddle Association of America Pr esents ~ Spring Wor kshop Nor thwest

Saturday, April 13th, 2013 ~ 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. Pacific Lutheran University, 12180 Park Ave. So., Tacoma, WA. 98447 $40.00 Adult Day Pass (Ages 16 +) ~ $25.00 Children Day Pass (Ages 5 – 15) P r e - r e g i s t r a t i o n Re q u i r e d • 3 6 0 - 9 5 1 - 7 9 4 2 • d e b f b a @ g m a i l . c o m

Kvæding Traditional Norwegian Singing Beth Kollé

Flat Fiddle (Regular Violin) Traditional Norwegian Dance Tunes Peter Michaelsen Intermediate / Advanced Hardingfele Traditional Norwegian Dance Tunes Loretta Kelley

Beginning / Intermediate / Advanced Traditional Norwegian Dance Judy Patterson & Jerry Walsh

Traditional Norwegian Bunads History, Construction & Instruction Jody Grage

Beginning Hardingfele & also Scandinavian Dance for Children Deb Collins

Real Talk Religion OMG?!?: Atheism and Agnosticism Monday April 15th 7pm-9pm UC 133

Campus Ministry’s  Interfaith  Council  and  ASPLU  are  thrilled  introduce  Real  Talk  Religion,  a   series  of  events  that  will  reflect  on  the  diverse  faith,  spiritual,  and  ritualistic  traditions  on   campus.  This  is  the  first  event  in  the  series  and  PLU  student  panelists  will  highlight  atheist,   agnostic,  and  other  humanist  traditions  practiced  on  campus!  Can't  wait  to  see  you  there!    


Night of Peace and Reconciliation Thursday April 11th 9pm-10pm Amphitheater of MBR

Join the Network for Peace Building and Conflict Management and Campus Ministry’s Interfaith Council for Night of Peace and Reconciliation! Thursday evening the amphitheater will be transformed into a globe and students will be encouraged to place a candle on a conflict or peace building effort that is currently taking place around the world. Take a break from your busy day to reflect on the world around us and help “shed light” on the different peace building and conflict resolution efforts occurring globally and in our own backyard.


REcycle Career Expo University Center

April 25th 10 AM - 2 PM For your future, For your internship?

Check out Alaska Airlines and other internship opportunities at the Career Expo!

Visiting Writer Series at PLU 2012-2013

National Book Award Winner

Jaimy Gordon Wednesday, April 10

The Writer’s Story: An Informal Discussion with the Author 3:30PM Garfield Book Company Reading: 5:30PM Scandinavian Cultural Center, AUC   Jaimy  Gordon  is  the  author  of  the  National  Book  Award-­‐winning  novel  Lord  of   Misrule,  which  was  also  selected  as  a  finalist  for  the  PEN/Faulkner  Award  and   longlisted  for  the  coveted  Orange  Prize  for  Fiction.  Gordon’s  novel  She  Drove   Without  Stopping  was  awarded  an  Academy-­‐Institute  Award  from  the   American  Academy  of  Arts  and  Letters,  and  her  novel  Bogeywoman  was   named  an  LA  Times  Best  Book  of  the  Year.  Shamp  of  the  City-­‐Solo,  her  first   novel,  has  long  been  considered  an  underground  classic.  Her  fiction,  poems,   essays,  and  translations  have  appeared  in  The  Best  American  Short  Stories,  the   Colorado  Review,  Missouri  Review,  Ploughshares,  Antioch  Review,  Michigan   Quarterly  Review,  Poetry  International,  and  many  other  journals.  


Lord of  Misrule  

At the rock-bottom end of the sport of kings sits the ruthless and often violent world of cheap horse racing, where trainers and jockeys, grooms and hotwalkers, loan sharks and touts all struggle to take an edge, or prove their luck, or just survive. Equal parts Nathanael West, Damon Runyon and Eudora Welty, Lord of Misrule follows five characters—scarred and lonely dreamers in the American grain—through a year and four races at Indian Mound Downs, downriver from Wheeling, West Virginia. Horseman Tommy Hansel has a scheme to rescue his failing stable: He'll ship four unknown but ready horses to Indian Mound Downs, run them in cheap claiming races at long odds, and then get out fast before anyone notices. The problem is, at this rundown riverfront half-mile racetrack in the Northern Panhandle, everyone notices— veteran groom Medicine Ed, Kidstuff the blacksmith, old lady "gyp" Deucey Gifford, stall superintendent Suitcase Smithers, eventually even the rulled-off "racetrack financier" Two-Tie and the ominous leading trainer, Joe Dale Bigg. But no one bothers to factor in Tommy Hansel's go-fer girlfriend, Maggie Koderer. Like the beautiful, used-up, tragic horses she comes to love, Maggie has just enough heart to wire everyone's flagging hopes back to the source of all luck.                                                                                     All  Visiting  Writer  Series  events  are  free  and  open  to  the  public.   For  further  information,  please  see  the  website  at­‐writers/home.php.  




Friday, May 3rd

LuteFit’s Annual Lute Loop is a Color Run!

5K Run & 2K Walk

Open to all faculty, staff, and students

Pre-register online: want to volunteer?

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