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When an assignment for a religion 211 class took a creative turn, it started a new Pacific Lutheran University tradition — “Hebrew Idol.” Antonios Finitsis, a professor of religion, founded and organized the film festival in 2007. It became an annual tradition, and this year’s finale...

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,...

By Una Tingvik Haave, Guest Writer Through a documentary and discussion, members of the Pacific Lutheran University community learned about the complexities...

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer With multiple worlds, cameos, references and satire galore, “The Lego Movie” is not just a journey for kids. The...

By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer The pop culture of our time has become overrun with stereotypes. They are force fed to us on screen, over the radio...

In a high-speed car crash, actor Paul Walker — well known for his role in “The Fast and the Furious” film franchise — died at age 40 Saturday. Walker...

The sequel to “The Hunger Games” has taken an unusual and surprising step in the cinematic arena — it has surpassed the original. “The Hunger Games:...

By Una Haave, Guest Writer Through the documentary “Sin by Silence” and the subsequent discussion led by guest speaker Brenda Clubine, members...

By Thomas Horn, Guest Writer Through all of the stunning visuals, the defined symbols and the incredible acting talent, “Gravity” has the potential to win best movie of 2013 at the Oscars. The visual imagery revealed in “Gravity” is simply stunning. The characters observe Earth from a bird’s eye view, but a variety of objects also hurtle through...

By Evan Heringer, Guest Writer There is an app for just about everything, and if you like movies or television shows, some of these can be pretty handy. The...