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Celebration of Leadership Monday, May 13 | AUC CK Hall 6-6:30 PM: Dessert Reception 6:30-8 PM: Formal Program

Please join us for a celebration of students who live lives of thoughtful inquiry, service, leadership, and care while empowering their peers to do the same. The Celebration of Leadership acknowledges the contributions of student leaders who have made a difference throught their leadership and service at PLU and in their communities.

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Real Talk Religion presents…   The  Dr.  Breazeale  Memorial  Lecture   Topic:  Process  Theology   Wednesday,  May  8th  7:30-­‐9:30pm  in  Scan  Center  

Join Dr.  Marit  Trelstad,  Dr.  Erik  Hammerstrom,  and  Dr.  Michael  Zbaraschuk  in  a  discussion  of   Process  Theology  and  its  implications  on  social  justice  and  interreligious  dialogue.     There  will  be  an  eclectic  music  and  photo  slide  show  and  snacks  and  refreshments  will  be   provided!  We  are  excited  to  see  you  there!   Sponsored  by  Campus  Ministry  and  ASPLU  

PLEASE Good news! A majority of J-Term 2014 courses still have spaces available. The extended deadline for these programs is September 30th. The following programs are still accepting applications:


-Antarctica and Argentina -Australia -Austria, Czech Rep., Slovakia -Cuba -England (ENGL/POLS and ARTD) -England and France (HIST and PSYC) -Italy (ECON 315) -Liberia -Martinique Photo by Kamy Harris

-Namibia -Northern Ireland -Turkey -Uruguay -California and Arizona -Holden Village -Neah Bay -Tacoma -Washington DC

Make your registration count.......... Register for Summer by May 10

AmeriCorps position available next year in the Center for Community Engagement and Service!


June 7


Parkland Education Project is a tutoring and mentoring program designed to connect local fifth and sixth graders with college students. The PEP AmeriCorps coordinator will work at PLU in the CCES Their primary function will be to coordinate a campus based mentoring program using service learning as the strategy to address college access and success issues.

Email or call CCES at (253)535-7652 for more information and to APPLY!

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Take a break from finals during Dead Week to eat yummy breakfast foods FOR FREE and hang out with friends! There will also be activities and celebrity servers!

When: Wed., May 15th Time: 10:00PM – 11:30PM

Where: The Commons (AUC)


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