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Erin Flom, Guest Writer     Earning required art credits can be difficult for some students, especially if they don’t perceive themselves as creative or artistic; however, taking an art class can lead to a new passion, and doesn’t always require traditional artistic talent. Graduate student...

By Terran Warden, Guest Writer Video by Dylan Foreman Junior Grace Takehara is the editor of the fashion blog LuteLooks. LuteLooks, one of Pacific Lutheran...

By Terran Warden, Guest Writer Ingram Hall’s University Gallery held its first opening reception for the first exhibit of the 2014-2015 academic year...

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By Carrie Reierson, Guest Writer It is not often that “Sailor Moon” fan fiction is tied to fame and success, but it is for Marissa Meyer, Pacific Lutheran...

By Una Tingvik-Haave, A&E Writer Members of the Scandinavian Cultural Center have spent the last couple of months piecing together collected documents,...

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

By Una Tingvik Haave, A&E Writer Some not-so-perfect art has brightened PLU’s outpost restaurant 208 Garfield since last Friday. Seniors Rachel...

The Tacoma community is home to more local art than what Pacific Lutheran’s University Gallery displays. The Proctor Art Gallery, located in the heart...

The University Gallery is displaying a sneak peek at some pieces for the upcoming art festival Wayzgoose. “The Art of Wayzgoose,” which opened March...