Communication & Theatre

Lutes shine at Northwest Emmys

Lutes were out in full force at the Northwest Emmy® Awards Ceremony on June 4, at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center. Ray Heacox ’76 took home two honors, an induction to the Silver Circle and an Emmy for Overall Excellence for his work with King 5. Carla Miller ’06

You’ll love “She Loves Me”

If you’re a fan of romantic comedies and a good tune, She Loves Me is just the thing for you. Pacific Lutheran University’s spring musical opens Friday, May 13 in Eastvold Auditorium in the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The musical, set in a 1930’s New York

“These Four Years” premieres on campus April 28

These Four Years, MediaLab’s newest documentary, will have its on-campus premiere Thursday, April 28, 2016, in the Studio Theater. The film has recently received both the Award of Merit from the Accolade Competition of Southern California and a National Broadcasting Society Award in the documentary category. It is the final

Student travels to NYC to speak on media convergence

PLU is on the forefront of journalism standards By Samantha Lund ‘16Samantha Lund is a senior Communication major with an emphasis in Journalism. Her studies focus on multimedia journalism. In March, Lund gave a presentation in New York City regarding her capstone research on media convergence. Every year, the College Media

MediaLab recognized for latest documentary on higher education

By Amanda Williams ’16MediaLab receives an Award of Merit from The Accolade Competition of Southern California and the Grand Prize in the documentary category in the National Broadcasting Society (NBS) Electronic Media Competition.MediaLab received two awards for its most recent documentary film, These Four Years. The documentary, which premiered in Seattle

Dancers learn new moves under guest choreographers

Once a year, dancers and dance lovers come together for an incredible show in Eastvold Auditorium that features both artistry and grace. This year, Dance Continuum on April 8 and 9 features more than 50 dancers and a variety of styles including modern, jazz, step, swing, contemporary jazz and contemporary

Speech and Debate wins big at Willamette

The T.O.H. Karl Forensics Forum took home first place this weekend at the 2016 annual Mark O. Hatfield Memorial Debate tournament on Feb. 27 and 28.After competing against 52 teams comprised of students from all over the nation, as well as against international teams from Vancouver, B.C., Austin Ballard ’16