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Students of PLU, There has been a great deal of confusion as to the role that ASPLU has played in the publication of this letter and what the role of its members has been. Allow me to be clear: ASPLU as an organization has remained neutral and has not taken any part in the conversations surrounding any executive candidate. To further clarify, ASPLU’s Human Resources and Public Relations Directors, Vice President, and I are the only positions in our organization that are required to refrain from endorsing any candidate because we are the ones responsible for running the election process. Thus, any stance, position, endorsement, or opinion that another Senator, Director, or other ASPLU member personally takes regarding a candidate is fully permissible. Furthermore, because its members were well within the rights and responsibilities of their position, no Senator, Director, or other ASPLU member that has been involved in the events surrounding “An Open Letter to PLU Students” will have any action taken against them or be asked to offer an apology. The ASPLU Diversity Director and Senator that utilized their titles and thus their affiliation with our organization, did so in fulfilling their duties to act as an advocate on behalf of students and to ensure that each voice is given equal, ample opportunity to be heard. However, we have asked that ASPLU’s IMPACT Director remove his title from the letter because his job description does not directly outline these same responsibilities and we wanted to ensure that there is no inaccurate affiliation with our organization. In aligning with the students we represent, ASPLU believes that all beliefs, ideals, and worldviews hold equal weight and value. We refuse to condemn our organization’s members because they upheld their positions of advocacy and stood up for what they each believe is the right thing to do for our student body. If you have any questions, comments, or further concerns, please do not hesitate to contact at metzit@plu.edu. Otherwise, we look forward to seeing you at tonight’s debate at 7:30pm in UC133. Thank you, Ian Metz ASPLU President


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Another Open Letter to PLU Students: We are a group of involved, committed and concerned student leaders seeking to share our personal opinions as individuals. We work every day to make PLU a safer, more affirming and inclusive place to live and learn. We wrote the previously published letter1 with the intention of speaking on behalf of a group of students, our LGBTQ friends and family, who expressed that they were deeply offended and upset about some dialogue happening in the ASPLU executive elections. These students didn’t feel like they had a voice – so our truest intention was to give voice to students that we felt were being mistreated and ignored. Our intention was never to endorse nor malign either candidate. We value and admire Thomas’ commitment to his values and believe that every student has a right to their own personal beliefs. We fear that the intention of our letter was mistaken as an attack. We apologize to those who interpreted our previous letter as such. However, we stand firm in our commitment to an open and affirming campus. We encourage you to consider what you believe to be best for all students in our community. As student leaders, we are excited about the amount of attention and dialogue that this issue and letter have encouraged. On the other hand, we are upset at the direction the dialogue has taken. We, as a community, have lost focus on the issue at hand – the way in which we treat our LGBTQ family and friends. That is what caused us to write a letter in the first place and remains to be our primary concern. In the heated dialogue that has ensued, no one has addressed the true content of our concerns. To clarify, our intention was never to malign a single person nor attack anyone’s personal beliefs. Rather, our intention was, and is, to speak up for our LGBTQ students. We encourage your continued participation in the community and the upcoming election and we urge you to consider the implications of your words and your vote. Respectfully yours, Pam Barker, RHA President Elect & Social Justice Director 2012-13 Stephanie Beckman, Senior English Major Karter Booher, ASPLU Diversity Director Tommy Flanagan, RHA Vice-President Elect Kelsey Greer, Junior Sociology Major Kameron Jacobs, Junior Music Education Major Lucas Kulhanek, QASU Co-Comissioner Andrew Larsen, RHA Activities Director Ian McMichael, University Congregation (ELCA) President, supported by the University Congregation Council Rachel Miller, Crossroads Co-Representative Nellie Moran, QASU Co-Commissioner Christine Perkins, Senior Music Education Major Matthew Peters, RHA President Princess Reese, Junior Anthropology and Women’s and Gender Studies Majors Sarah Smith, ASPLU Senator Dan Stell, ASPLU Senator The previously published letter is available online here: http://issuu.com/pluimpact/docs/daily_flyer_3-19


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// promote PLU and the reasons you love being a part of the community // help the first years begin to recognize PLU as their home for the next 4 years // build relationships with your jammies, fellow orientation guides, and various staff members // move in early [August 31st] // get free stuff // act silly; make memories; have fun Visit the Career Connections Opportunities Board and look for ‘Fall Orientation Guide’ http://www.plu.edu/career-connections/


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Undergraduate Students Stay on Track - Enroll in Summer 2013 Please register by May 10 Over 60 courses available for undergraduate students. Offerings in the following areas: Anthropology: 465 (off campus), 487 Art: 230, 287, 355, 388 Biology: 116, 205, 206, 356 Chemistry 115, 116, 331 (with lab 333), 332 (with lab 334) Chinese: 271 Communication: 212, 235, 287, 303, 495, 499 Computer Science: 115, 120 Economics: 335(off campus) Education: 417, 419 English: 216, 217 Geosciences: 102 Hispanic Studies: 101, 102, 201; study away: 202; 231, 331, 401 History: 108 Languages: 271 Math: 151, 152 Music: 320 Physical Education: 100, 234, 276, 322, 360, 361, 480, 486, 491, 495, 499 Philosophy: 121, 125 Physics: 110 Psychology: 320, 360, 370, 448 Religion: 212, 226, 227, 232, 235, 236, 391 Sociology: 332, 391 Special Education: 322, 419 Theatre: 387 Registration for summer (and fall) begins April 15. On March 25, the schedule for Summer courses available online at banweb.plu.edu


Student Club & Organization Awards Student Involvement and Leadership invites you to nominate individuals, programs, and organizations for the Student Club and Organization Awards. These awards will be presented at the Celebration of Leadership on Friday, May 13th, 2013. The addition of student organization awards to the Celebration of Leadership is a new tradition that will recognize students and advisors that have demonstrated a strong commitment to service and leadership through their involvement in clubs and organizations. If you would like to recognize an individual, program, or organization that has positively impacted your experience at PLU, please fill out a nomination form on the PLU Clubs Website (www.plu.edu/clubs/join-a-club/Clubs-A-H.php ). *Nominations are due by Tuesday, March 26th.

Awards include: Individual Awards Outstanding Officer of the Year Outstanding Advisor of the Year Quiet Influence Award Organization Awards Social Program of the Year Diversity Program of the Year Educational Program of the Year Service Program of the Year Student Organization of the Year A student club or organization that most exemplified the PLU mission


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Available for 2013-14

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Applicants must: -Be at least 20 years of age OR have Junior standing (60 completed credits) by September 1, 2013

hurry! survey ends April 30

-Be in good standing in the PLU Conduct System

Apply Online:

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Single Rooms, Hinderlie, Hong, and SAL Applications

- Complete apartments (with mutual roommates)

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- Individual applicants/assignments made on a rolling basis.

Anyone interested in a single room, Hinderlie, Hong, or SAL for 2013-14 must apply using the online application:

- Enter “Random” in place of Roommate Name(s) if applying as an individual and Residential Life will locate a roommate for you using your Roommate Questionnaire.

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NEED A RIDE TO THE AIRPORT? ASPLU is providing FREE shuttles to SeaTac airport before spring break!

There are three shuttle times: Friday, March 22 at 9 am Friday, March 22 at 12 pm Friday, March 22 at 3 pm

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are ten seats available on each shuttle, which will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis.

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*Please note that the shuttles are one-way rides only. You will need to arrange your own ride home on the return to PLU.


Come enjoy a simple meal and some great discussion provided by Campus Ministry. We are focusing on Big Questions, helping us understand ourselves and others during this journey of Lent. We hope to see you there! Wednesdays during Lent, 12:30 – 1:30 at the Chef’s Table in the UC


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