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By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer After 30-plus hours of bus riding and five performances, the Choir of the West returned from its 2014 Spring Tour Sunday night and sang in a Homecoming Concert Tuesday evening. Senior Lisa Carlson attended the homecoming concert and estimated that approximately 100 people...

Two Pacific Lutheran University students are in the midst of a community involvement project they hope will ultimately bring the people of Parkland closer...

Thousands flocked to the Puyallup Fairgrounds last weekend for the 25th annual Spring Fair. The spring event is kind of like the younger sibling of the...

When an assignment for a religion 211 class took a creative turn, it started a new Pacific Lutheran University tradition — “Hebrew Idol.” Antonios...

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer A careful decision has to be made, as David Robbins will be stepping down at the end of this academic year, after a 33-year...

By Shannon McClain, Guest Writer The absurdist play “Waiting for Godot,” written by Samuel Beckett, graced Pacific Lutheran University’s Studio Theater...

By Nichole Thompson, Guest Writer Have you ever dreamed an impossible dream? That is the question central to “Man of La Mancha,” which the...

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...

Dance 2014 opens Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. with an additional show Saturday at the same time.  Tickets are $3 for PLU students and community members...

By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer It is extremely difficult for many to imagine a life without water or a life with contaminated water, but for some,...