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Pacific Lutheran University is searching for lyrics for its new alma mater song commemorating the university’s 125th anniversary. Any member of the PLU community can enter the online lyrics contest, with the winning lyricist receiving two tickets to Teatro Zinzanni in Seattle. “The idea is for people...

Each fall, campus is buzzing with events, and this semester is no different. The calendar is full of performances by talented Lutes campuswide. Here is...

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

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer LollaPLUza will shut down Garfield Street May 10 with music, food, activities and more. People will gather for Pacific...

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer Donations and fundraisers sent HERmonic flying to California’s Pomona College for the semifinals, concluding this year’s...

Three years into his music degree, then-junior Brendan Fitzgerald needed a break. He switched his music major to sociology, but kept singing with the Choir...

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

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer After 30-plus hours of bus riding and five performances, the Choir of the West returned from its 2014 Spring Tour Sunday...

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...

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...