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The school year is winding down and Spring Fever is spreading like wildfire. When there’s sun to soak, frisbees to throw, and fun to have, studying is the last thing on anyone’s mind. What better way to procrastinate than dancing your way to summer with this playlist of pop picks? Hint: there isn’t...

TERRAN WARDEN A&E Columnist RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 Winner, Jinkx Monsoon, premiered her documentary on Wednesday at the Cinerama theater in...

ERIN FLOM Guest Writer A small audience of former leaders and past participants watched as Outdoor Recreation reeled out the highlights of its annual film...

DAVID MAIR Staff Writer It was a cold, rainy night outside, but inside, it was nothing but bright lights and dressed-up filmmakers. Students in Religion 211 this year put on a faith-filled film festival. The “Hebrew Idol Live Finale” took place 6 p.m. April 16 in the Karen Hille Phillips Center. “Loyal Opposition,” “To Save a Hawk,” and “The Heisenberg Principle”...

DAVID MAIR Staff Writer An English class of three students put on a poetry reading to celebrate National Poetry Month. Poetry Writing 427 hosted a poetry...

BROOKE THAMES A&E Writer The Pacific Lutheran University Theatre Department will wave goodbye to the 2014-2015 school year May 8 with its rendition...

ERIN FLOM Guest Writer The University Chorale performed its homecoming concert on April 21 after returning from its five day tour in Oregon and Washington. The...

EDDIE J. MCCOVEN Guest Writer Whether you will study away next term or have some extended travel time after graduation, make sure you prepare for “Food...

JEFF DUNN Copy Editor They say that certain senses are stronger than others when it comes to memory. The fair will always be something I remember with...

FROM A PRESS RELEASE BY KIMBERLY KNOX Heather Flores, author of “Food Not Lawns” will be the keynote speaker for the Harvest Pierce County Garden Summit...