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More than 70 people gathered April 17 for the reveal of new campus royalty at the live finale of “Hebrew Idol.” From right to left: Tommy Flanagan,...

For some, the key ingredients of a good night out are drinks and interesting stories. Having new people to share both with can make the evening even better. Those...

Kids, around Thanksgiving 2010 I became aware of a show called How I Met Your Mother. I binge-watched the first few seasons and fell in love with hopeless...

One woman asked 22 other women a question: Do you think we need more women leaders? In unison, all 23 hands raised — yes. The women, a mix of Pacific...

LEFT: Jerry White, deputy assistant secretary of state, spoke Friday on “The Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations.” Photo by Bradford Lum....

New York Times bestselling author—and Lute alum—Marissa Meyer had good reason to celebrate Tuesday. Not only was it her brother Jeff’s birthday,...

As networks canceled and concluded several favorite TV shows this year, fans tuned in to say farewell. Here’s a look back at how 14 finales finished. “30...

At some open-mic nights, audience members enjoy music or poetry. At Saxifrage’s Media Showcase, attendees didn’t have to choose between one...

It’s not up for debate: Pacific Lutheran University’s Forensics team won three first place titles last weekend. PLU was one of 15 schools in the Pacific Northwest to compete in the 41st annual Smelt Classic tournament at Lower Columbia College in Longview. Justin Eckstein, a communication professor, directed the approximately 18 competitors from PLU who participated. In...

Night of Musical Theatre kicked off their weekend of performances Friday, Oct. 25.  If you missed Friday’s performance, there will be showings...