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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...

Bringing diversity to theater: Q&A with the “Fences” Director

PETER OLSCHNER; Guest Writer; olschnpd@plu.edu This October, junior theater student Josh Wallace is directing an all-black cast in an upcoming production of “Fences,” a 1985 play written by August Wilson. “Fences” tackles...

Late Knight: a tale of two brothers

PARIS M. FRANKLIN ; Culture Editor; franklpm@plu.edu On Friday May 5, Lutes gathered in the Cave to watch sophomore Sam Ellefson’s newest edition of Late Knight. As always, the event was broadcast...

This year’s nest of Clay Crows

KELSEY LITTLETON; Culture Writer; littlekn@plu.edu Pacific Lutheran University’s improv comedy group is preparing for their final shows of the 2016-2017 school year. The Clay Crows have had a busy May, planning...

Bard on campus: Joe Goodkin brings Ancient Lyric Poetry to PLU

  PARIS FRANKLN; Culture Editor; franklpm@plu.edu While Homer’s “Odyssey” has persisted as a classic work and is still widely read today, few have the opportunity to experience The Odyssey as it...

PLU theatre casts gender in new light

MARSIA JOHNSON; Guest Writer; johnsomp@plu.edu The Department of Theatre at Pacific Lutheran University has faced many inquiries from female students about female roles and leads in the faculty-directed productions. However, there is much...

Giant peach wows small people

PARIS FRANKLIN; Culture Editor; franklpm@plu.edu  Starting February 17, the Pacific Lutheran University Theatre Department took on a unique challenge: five shows in the span of 48 hours. “James and the Giant Peach,” adapted...

The Clay Crows make PLU history at improv tournament

Cecilie Thorgerson; Guest Writer; thogerch@plu.edu PLU’s improv group The Clay Crows was awarded second place at the Northwest Regionals of the 10th Annual College Improv Tournament (CIT) at Jet City Improv...
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