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Jesselyn Kenduck, Guest Writer A United Nations statistic from 2013 revealed that one-third of food produced internationally is wasted. The proportion is higher in the United States — 40 percent of U.S. food ends up in landfills. Unsettled by these numbers, MediaLab students Amanda Brasgalla and Taylor...

Erin Flom, Guest Writer Although Disney films are usually associated with childhood, it’s common for college students to have some of these classic films...

Courtesy of Tacoma Film Festival Ninth annual Tacoma Film Festival begins Oct. 9 Matthew Salzano, A&E Editor The 2014 Tacoma Film Festival (TFF) has...

By Michael Diambri, A&E Writer Lucy Rated R Run Time: 1 hr 29 min Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) is a young American woman who’s pressured by her boyfriend...

Matthew Salzano, A&E Editor The question every Lute is trying to answer: “What will you do with your one wild and precious life?” Juniors Camille...

Lyrics contain explicit content. Filmed and edited by Evan Heringer ...

By Una Tingvik-Haave, A&E Writer Students will soon have the opportunity to share their ideas with the community through LUTE Talks. Inspired by TED...

More than 70 people gathered April 17 for the reveal of new campus royalty at the live finale of “Hebrew Idol.” From right to left: Tommy Flanagan,...

PLU’s Meg Dolde perfroms out of LASR’s studio in the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. ...

By Una Tingvik-Haave, A&E Writer Through the documentary “Inequality for All” and subsequent discussion, Pacific Lutheran University students learned...