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Terran Warden, A&E Columnist It’s here! After months of anticipation, and a perfectly executed promotion, One Direction’s fourth album, conveniently titled “Four”, hit stores Nov. 17. But before you roll your eyes, or scream your teenage girl scream hear me out — this is not the old One Direction...

Brooke Thames, A&E Writer It is well-known that Pacific Lutheran University has various choirs on campus, but a new group is attempting to break out...

Michael Diambri, A&E Writer Video by Ian Smith Harmonizing until kingdom come, Pacific Lutheran University’s a cappella groups HERmonic and PLUtonic...

A NOTE FROM A&E EDITOR MATTHEW SALZANO: Before assigning this week’s issue, I had requests from many of my Mast writers to be assigned the eagerly...

Michael Diambri, A&E Writer First-year Conner Brown and sophomore Lexi Jason perform the Elvis song “Little Less Conversation” from the musical...

Brooke Thames, A&E Writer The Ohio-based Athenia Chamber Ensemble will visit Pacific Lutheran University to present a unique musical experience. According...

Brooke Thames, Guest Writer Green Hills Alone, an up-and-coming musical artist based out of Portland, Ore., is coming to Pacific Lutheran University for...

By Terran Warden, Guest Writer 107.7 The End announced their Deck The Hall Ball lineup and information for the 2014 holiday-themed concert. This year’s...

Kaitlyn Hall, Copy Editor New Pacific Lutheran University Department of Music chair John Paul is composing his own story. Paul is replacing Dave Robbins,...

Terran Warden, Guest Writer Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, the last musical duo anyone could have predicted, released their duet jazz album “Cheek to...