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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Interfaith Voices

Bringing religious pluralism to campus consciousness. Every year, the day after Halloween marks the beginning of the holiday takeover: grocery stores, shopping malls and radio stations take on the task of proclaiming the coming of Christmas yet again. Though the Christmas narrative dominates the winter season, junior transfer student Aziza Ahmed is dedicated to giving representation and visibility to other faith and non-faith traditions this season and beyond.

Treasured traditions

Holiday events that bring Lutes together. Traditions give value to any celebration. Pacific Lutheran University holds high many traditions that manifest every holiday season. Every year PLU celebrates the holiday season with a pair of treasured traditions—the Winter Celebration of Light and Christmas Festival Concerts.

Home for the holidays

Where Lutes flock for the winter
First-year Morgan Roberts and senior John Doster in NOMT.

Night of Musical Theatre sings the meaning of love and loss

MACKENZIE KINTIGH; Arts & Culture Editor; kintigmf@plu.edu Night of Musical Theatre (NOMT) is a student-led production that occurs every Fall semester. Many of the students describe this show as a music review...

Review: John Green novel explores mental illness

HANNAH SOLTIS; Copy Editor; soltishe@plu.edu John Green’s newest novel, “Turtles All the Way Down,” was released Oct. 10. It comes six years after his last novel, the bestselling “The Fault in Our...

A carnival for all to enjoy: fair hopes to bring more joy to Homecoming

NATALIE MOONEY; Guest Writer; mooneynr@plu.edu This year, instead of doing a Homecoming dance, the Student Activities Board (SAB) decided to change things up and put on a Homecoming Carnival. “I came up with...

Review: Pacific Northwest artist showcases work in university gallery

HANNAN SOLTIS; Copy Editor; soltishe@plu.edu Pacific Northwest artist Joseph Rossano is showing his art installation “Vanity” in Pacific Lutheran University’s Ingram Hall Gallery. The show, according to Rossano, is named after the special...

Dancing to new levels: PLU Dance minor program celebrates 40 years of dance

ZOEY MOHAMMADY; Guest Writer; mohammzg@plu.edu Some say dance is a universal language. At Pacific Lutheran University, that concept is growing further through the opportunities that its Dance Minor program offers. This Fall 2017...

Exploring art and morality: “Aunt Raini” makes its West Coast debut

MACKENZIE KINTIGH; Arts & Culture Editor; kintigmf@plu.edu What if you found out that a relative had been living a secret double life for years? What if you found out that your relative...