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By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer A careful decision has to be made, as David Robbins will be stepping down at the end of this academic year, after a 33-year tenure as the music chair. The search for a new chair has been thorough with an 11-member committee led by Cameron Bennett, the dean of the school of...

Dance 2014 opens Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. with an additional show Saturday at the same time.  Tickets are $3 for PLU students and community members...

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer The music department will be doing significant hiring — it needs a new department chair and it needs to fill a second...

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...

  Matthew Anderson, Cornish College of Arts graduate, plays at the festival on a guitar he made himself. Thirty-six people showed up to listen to...

Two Pacific Lutheran University alumni just released their band’s debut album, which they hope will launch their music career. Alum Brandt Parke, lead...

There’s a fight scheduled in the Cave Friday night, but Campus Safety won’t be intervening. The Battle of the Bands will take place Friday...

By Una Tingvik Haave, Guest Writer This year’s second Open Mic Night, organized by senior David Gordon, gave Pacific Lutheran University students the opportunity to showcase their talents Feb. 20. Gordon is a co-chair of Associated Students of PLU’s Entertainment Committee. “I just really like seeing the talent that’s out there when you just give people...

By Samantha Lund, Guest Writer Musical groups from Pacific Lutheran University and the surrounding community came together to celebrate Black History Month Feb. 21 in Lagerquist Concert Hall. The admissions office and the music department sponsored the event, and their goal was to show prospective and transfer students alike what PLU has to offer, Melannie Denise Cunningham,...

By Nathaniel Youmans, LASR DJ Spencer Krug — known by his solo-project moniker, Moonface — stepped onto the stage of Seattle’s Columbia City Theater...