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FORDAL F I E L DG A M E S april 20th 1:00pm — 5:00pm B E T W EEN F OSS & PF L U EG ER *

Sponored by Ordal and Foss RHCʼs

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HAMSTER BALLS SLIP Nʼ SLIDE MUSIC COTTON CANDY PRETZLES SNOW CONES HENNA VOLLEY BALL FRISBEE AND MORE! *In case of inclement weather, Fordal Field Games will be held in the Olson Field House.


Spend J-Term 2014 in Washington D.C. exploring the intersection of literature and leadership while interacting with a variety of related guest speakers and lecturers. The program will be led by PLU President Thomas Krise, and features visits to Capitol Hill, the State Department, and the Smithsonian Museums, among others. Interested students should contact the Wang Center for more information. Apply today!


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  (millerhr@plu.edu).  


R E L E A S E PA RT Y & BOOK SIGNING WITH KIMBERLY DERTING APRIL 19TH | 7:00PM FIRESIDE LOUNGE PRE-ORDER A PERSONALIZED, SIGNED COPY, OF DEAD SILENCE ON OUR WEBSITE TODAY Sometimes the Dead Can't Be Silenced. Violet thought she had made peace with her unique ability to sense the echoes of the dead and the imprints that cling to their killers . . . until she acquired an imprint of her own. Forced to carry a reminder of the horrible events of her kidnapping, Violet is more determined than ever to lead a normal life. However, the people who run the special investigative team she works for have no intention of letting her go. Violet will do whatever it takes to keep her loved ones safe--even if it means lying to her boyfriend, Jay. But when an echo calls to her, she stumbles upon a murder scene unlike anything she's ever witnessed. The murders are frenzied and twisted, and the killer left a disturbing calling card for all to see--a brimstone cross sketched in blood on the wall. And Violet finds herself pulled into a deadly hunt for a vicious madman with an army of devoted followers. Violet has survived dangerous situations before, but she quickly discovers that protecting those closest to her is far more difficult than protecting herself.

ALSO AVAILABLE - PRE-ORDER A PERSONALIZED, SIGNED COPY, OF LAST ECHO IN PAPERBACK


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More Than Bits and Bytes:

What Computer Science and Computer Engineering (CSCE) Programs Have to Offer You! www.plu.edu/csce

Please drop by our table in the UC Commons, Tuesday, April 16, 2013 3:30pm – 6:00pm DISCOVER the exciting new COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES you could learn about from experienced faculty and engaged students. EMPLOYMENT continues to SOAR in the areas of Computer Science and Computer Engineering! MEET some of the GREAT FACULTY who will be available to talk with you and show demonstrations PLU’s Computer Science and Computer Engineering has: STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY, GREAT FACULTY AND STUDENTS, GREAT EMPLOYMENT & INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES CHALLENGE and FUN!! What new designs could you create with a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering?


SHOUTOUT TO OUR FABULOUS CAPTION CONTEST I am stuck. WINNERS “Yes....ok.... I ate too many fish “Bring me Solo and the wookie...” -Kayli Felbinger

snacks.” -Ella Anderson


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!    

 

Are you looking for more ways to get involved in Campus life? Want to make a difference in your Residence Hall? Do enjoy working in a team setting to plan fun events for your peers?

Residence Hall Council is a fun volunteer experience that allows students to express their voice and opinions on campus issues while creating a welcoming environment in the hall through various activities and events! Apply at http://bit.ly/rhc2013!


A FREE SCREENING Meet the filmmaker!

THROUGH HELL AND HIGH WATER

Meet the star of the film!

A film by Elly M. Taylor

MEET THE FILMMAKER!

ELLY M. TAYLOR

Joining us all the way from Glasgow, Scotland, will be the producer/director of the film, Elly Taylor, who will speak about the making of this extraordinary documentary and answer questions from the audience.

Scandinavian Cultural Center Pacific Lutheran University 2:00pm on Sunday, April 28

There is no charge for the movie, but please RSVP to reserve your seat. 253.535.7322

The most daring rescue carried out by the British Navy at the end of World War II changed Nancy’s life forever. She was fleeing from Nazi occupation in Norway when she met her Scottish love, Archie. Their love story highlights undeniable courage in the face of adversity and the determination of the human spirit to fight for freedom at all costs.

NANCY KELLY (with husband Archie)

MEET THE STAR! Nancy Kelly, the main character of the film, will be with us to meet the audience and answer questions following the movie.

Join us after the movie to help celebrate Nancy’s upcoming 90th birthday!

The Scandinavian Cultural Center and Scandinavian Area Studies Committee at Pacific Lutheran University are honored to present the first movie of this year’s Nordic Film Series: War, Occupation and Resistance. The film is a compelling story of a young woman's rescue from German forces in northern Norway at the end of WWII, and a first-hand account of her return to see dear friends and places she hadn’t visited since 1945.


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