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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...

When an assignment for a religion 211 class took a creative turn, it started a new Pacific Lutheran University tradition — “Hebrew Idol.” Antonios...

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...