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First-year Morgan Roberts and senior John Doster in NOMT.

Night of Musical Theatre sings the meaning of love and loss

MACKENZIE KINTIGH; Arts & Culture Editor; kintigmf@plu.edu Night of Musical Theatre (NOMT) is a student-led production that occurs every Fall semester. Many of the students describe this show as a music review...

Review: Pacific Northwest artist showcases work in university gallery

HANNAN SOLTIS; Copy Editor; soltishe@plu.edu Pacific Northwest artist Joseph Rossano is showing his art installation “Vanity” in Pacific Lutheran University’s Ingram Hall Gallery. The show, according to Rossano, is named after the special...

Exploring art and morality: “Aunt Raini” makes its West Coast debut

MACKENZIE KINTIGH; Arts & Culture Editor; kintigmf@plu.edu What if you found out that a relative had been living a secret double life for years? What if you found out that your relative...

Study away, going away: why certain study away trips are cancelled

SHAWN TORREY; Guest Writer; torreyso@plu.edu Studying away is the opportunity of a lifetime for college students. Pacific Lutheran University prides itself on its study away opportunities. So what happens if the chance of...

Bringing diversity to theater: Q&A with the “Fences” Director

PETER OLSCHNER; Guest Writer; olschnpd@plu.edu This October, junior theater student Josh Wallace is directing an all-black cast in an upcoming production of “Fences,” a 1985 play written by August Wilson. “Fences” tackles...

Summer adventures with a personal touch

MACKENZIE KINTIGH; Arts & Culture Editor; kintigmf@plu.edu Now that summer has come to end and the new school year has begun for Pacific Lutheran University, it is a great time to look...

Terran’s Take – The Last Hoorah

Terran Warden; Mast Radio Arts & Culture Producer; wardentc@plu.edu For the final Terran's Take podcast, Terran Warden is joined by four of her past cohosts (Alyssa Blaine, Eamon Thornton, Jared Couch, and...

Art for sale: Communication capstone highlights PLU artists

KELSEY LITTLETON; Culture Writer; littlekn@plu.edu This April something amazing happened for the first time in Pacific Lutheran University history: Liz Perkins, a senior public relations and advertising major, organized SOAC’s first...

Terran’s Take – Recent Disasters (aka The MET Gala & Fyre Festival)

Terran Warden; Mast Radio Arts & Culture Producer; wardentc@plu.edu Joined by close girlfriend and little monster Naomi Engelhart, Terran Warden and Naomi discuss everything in pop culture and celebrity you need to...
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