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Two Pacific Lutheran University students are in the midst of a community involvement project they hope will ultimately bring the people of Parkland closer together. Junior Carly Brook (right) holds a stencil in place to paint a “coming soon” sign on the wall of the Parkland post office, while senior Saiyare...

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...

By Una Tingvik Haave, A&E Writer The Commuter Lounge and the Diversity Center partnered with the Women’s Center to showcase powerful women and their...

Upon walking into the opening of the Faculty Exhibition in Ingram Hall’s University Gallery Feb. 5, one of the first sights was “Sushi/Sake for Two,”...

University students, free food, alcohol, glass, expensive artwork, and blow torches. For some, these are things that should never go together.  For the...

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

By Tahanyee Clendinen, A&E Writer An exhibition of paintings by famous artist David Roholt provoked a strong and positive reaction from the crowd during...

Nerdy Stuffs is here to save the day of any student looking for a local pop culture community. Kevin Knodell, Nerdy Stuffs’ community outreach...