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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...

RELAND TUOMI Editor-in-Chief “It Follows” is probably one of the greatest horror movies since “The Conjuring.” The story centers around Jay, a...

ALLIE REYNOLDS General Manager of Mast TV AUTHOR’S NOTE: Before you read this review, please know that I’m a giant Disney freak. I was raised on Disney...

by Natalie DeFord, News Writer “The story of this crisis is not just an American Indian story,” the Chancellor’s Professor of History at the University...

ERIN FLOM Guest Writer Nazi-controlled Austria was a dangerous place, but that didn’t stop Gil and Eleanor Kraus from entering the country. This is the...

BROOKE THAMES A&E Writer Tomorrow, members of the Pacific Lutheran University community can see how powerful their education can be. “Namibia Nine”...

Jehane Noujaim is visiting Pacific Lutheran University Thursday, Feb. 19, to screen her Academy Award-nominated film, “The Square,” at 5 p.m. in the...

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A NOTE FROM A&E EDITOR, MATTHEW SALZANO: To wrap up the last issue of The Mast for 2014 A&E writers Michael Diambri, Brooke Thames and I decided...

Michael Diambri, A&E Writer 3 Stars “Interstellar” is a mind-boggling, visually-spectacular and beautifully-acted film. But here’s the catch...