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Department of Political Science Records

  • UA 3.7.1
  • Record group
  • 1955-2007

The Department of Political Science Records include departmental correspondence, class syllabi, faculty information, and other papers.

Department of Psychology Records

  • UA 3.8.1
  • Record group
  • 1966-1996

Contains records from the Department of Psychology. Included are departmental correspondence, information regarding classes, faculty, and psychology alumni.

Kenneth Dunmire Photographs

  • UA 8.7.2
  • Record group

The Kenneth Dunmire Photographs record group is comprised of scanned images of the print photographs and negatives of PLU University Photographer Kenneth Dunmire, who served in that capacity from 1966 to 1995. Descriptions of the images are from a legacy system and are considered unverified. On scans of print photos verso text has been appended to the description when available and is preceded by the note "Back of photo."

The record group is divided into two series, Prints and Negatives. The Prints series is subdivided into Files of 50 images each. The Negatives series is split into subseries for each year.

Dunmire, Kenneth

The Hurricane

  • UA 9.10.4
  • Record group
  • 1901 - 1915

The Hurricane was a student literary journal and newsletter published by the Lyceum Student Literary Society. It included campus news, creative writing, editorials, and coverage of athletics events, debates, and theatrical performances. The publication's first several issues were handwritten before it began being printed as a small booklet.

Lyceum Student Literary Society

The Matrix

  • UA 9.10.3
  • Record group
  • 1996 - 2018

The Matrix is a journal of social justice produced by PLU Student Media.

According to https://matrix.plu.edu/about
"The Matrix is a highly collaborative, intensely experimental, and thoughtfully provocative conversation starter. It is not an echo chamber. It is not a newspaper. It is not simple and it does not simplify. It is social justice in process, in progress, in conversation. It is not the final word."

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