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By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer Sophomore Courtney Volta started dancing  at a young age and since then, she has blossomed into a full-fledged powerhouse of dance. Sophomore Courtney Volta, a former dance team member, performed in “Dance Concert” at PLU for the first time last weekend. Volta, who...

By Shannon McClain, Guest Writer The absurdist play “Waiting for Godot,” written by Samuel Beckett, graced Pacific Lutheran University’s Studio Theater...

By Nichole Thompson, Guest Writer Have you ever dreamed an impossible dream? That is the question central to “Man of La Mancha,” which the...

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 Una Tingvik-Haave, A&E Writer Pacific Lutheran University’s annual dance concert is right around the corner. In addition to works by seven student...

Comic book and cult classic fans have something extra to look forward to after this year’s Emerald City Comic Con: a nerd-themed variety show called...

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...

By Natalie DeFord, A&E Writer Students perform “The Vagina Monologues” at Pacific Lutheran University annually, but this year’s team...

By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer It is that moment when your alarm clock will go off in five to 10 minutes. Your body awakens a few minutes before...

By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer The Vagina Monologues began when Eve Ensler decided to interview countless women about their most intimate body part...