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Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Poverty Simulation
CCES will host a Poverty Simulation sponsored by Washington State Extension in Chris Knutzen Hall, where students will be assigned roles that reflect some of the challenges that low-income families experience. This facilitated role play will include critical reflection led by PLU staff and faculty to consider what it is like to live within a limited budget. The Poverty Simulation, which goes from 6-9 p.m., is designed to confront attitudes and stereotypes about people living in poverty.
Apr 1 17:00 21:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Miki Yamamoto Non Degree Recital
Student series: Miki Yamamoto presents this recital to highlight her music studies at PLU. She studies Flute with Jennifer Rhyne
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 2 20:00 21:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Dog Sees God
Location: UC Cave
Written by Bert V. Royal
Directed by Kiera L. Stevens
Student Preview April 2nd, Shows April 3rd and 4th in the Cave at 7:30pm, Talk-back to follow each show
Tickets $5 at the door for Students, Faculty and PLU Community

In Bert V. Royal's heart wrenching parody of our favorite comic strip and cartoon Peanuts, CB finds himself asking many questions about what happens after we die when he is faced with the death of his dog. While navigating the social ups and downs of high school, surrounded by the issues of drugs, alcohol, unfair treatment of homosexuals, and peer pressure, CB starts to push his way out of the "box" he has been forced into by his peers his whole life and reevaluating what matters to him.

This play is not suitable for children, containing large amounts of swearing and lewd behavior. If you have specific questions, lease feel free to contact the director at stevenkl@plu.edu.
Apr 3 19:30 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Dog Sees God
Location: UC Cave
Written by Bert V. Royal
Directed by Kiera L. Stevens
Student Preview April 2nd, Shows April 3rd and 4th in the Cave at 7:30pm, Talk-back to follow each show
Tickets $5 at the door for Students, Faculty and PLU Community

In Bert V. Royal's heart wrenching parody of our favorite comic strip and cartoon Peanuts, CB finds himself asking many questions about what happens after we die when he is faced with the death of his dog. While navigating the social ups and downs of high school, surrounded by the issues of drugs, alcohol, unfair treatment of homosexuals, and peer pressure, CB starts to push his way out of the "box" he has been forced into by his peers his whole life and reevaluating what matters to him.

This play is not suitable for children, containing large amounts of swearing and lewd behavior. If you have specific questions, lease feel free to contact the director at stevenkl@plu.edu.
Apr 4 19:30 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Lute Life Days
Take a day to experience life as a PLU student

We have scheduled select personalized program days so you can fully experience what it�??s like to be a PLU student.

You choose your day and your check-in time, and we�??ll take care of the rest! Check out the Lute Life Days options below to see dates, check-in times and activities.

Find out dates, how to RSVP, and more on our website: www.plu.edu/admission/e.....days/
Apr 6 8:00 16:00
Passover Seder Dinner
Join us in the Regency Room for Seder Dinner. Campus Ministry and Interfaith Council host this event annually to provide an opportunity to learn more about the tradition of Seder and participate in the worship service. Email cmin@plu.edu with any questions.
Apr 6 17:00 20:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Social Work Case Presentations
Social Work Case Presentations
Location: Regency Room

Visit the Department of Social Work website for more information: www.plu.edu/social-work/
Apr 7 8:00 9:45
Res Life Room Selection Process
Residential Life Room Selection Process
Location: CK West
Dates: April 7th and April 8th

Visit the Residential Life website for more information: www.plu.edu/residential-life/
Apr 7 15:00 19:00
KammerMusikere Concert
Orchestra Series: KammerMusikeren, conductor Jeffrey Bell-Hanson and Pierce College String Orchestra, conductor Mark jasinski. Tickets: Free Admission, No Tickets
Apr 7 20:00 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Day of Vocation
Day of Vocation

Event Date: April 8, 2015
Event Time: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Event Location: Anderson University Center

Keynote Speaker, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.in Regency Room
Dune Ives, Paul G. Allen Foundation

Vocational exploration was at the root of PLU's mission upon its founding in 1890. Event since then, the University has continued to honor its Lutheran heritage by supporting students as they seek meaning and purpose - in their learning, in their work, and in their lives.
For nearly a decade, exploration of vocation was sustained through the grant-funded Wild Hope Project. Now the Wild Hope Center for Vocation continues the project's good work, acting as a foundation of vocation for students, faculty, and staff as they explore life's big questions and engage in fulfilling and meaningful work.


For more information please visit, www.plu.edu/vocation/what-is-vocation/ or contact Lynn Hunnicutt at hunnicutt@plu.edu
Apr 8 9:00 20:00
Res Life Room Selection Process
Residential Life Room Selection Process
Location: CK West
Dates: April 7th and April 8th

Visit the Residential Life website for more information: www.plu.edu/residential-life/
Apr 8 15:00 19:00
The Value of Falsehood
Falsehood: What is it Good For?
Philosophers and Scientists in Dialogue

Event Location: Anderson University Center room 201
Event Time: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Apr 8 19:00 21:00
DIII Week Reception
Division III Athletics Week Breakfast Reception

Event Location: Anderson University Center, Regency Room
Event Time: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Apr 9 8:30 10:00
Student Success Research Colloquium
Student Success Research Colloquium

Event Location: Anderson University Center, Scandinavian Cultural Center
Event Time: 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Apr 9 16:00 18:00
"To Light a Candle"
"To Light a Candle"
Thursday, April 9, 2015 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Anderson University Center, Regency Room

Come see this powerful documentary about the persectuion of Baha'is in Iran and hear first hand accounts. The film highlights this religious minority's determination to pursue further education despite the Islamic Republic's sustained campaign of oppression against them.
The film runs about an hour and will be followed by a panel of three speakers: Shiva Sabet, an Iranian Baha'i PLU MFT Graduate, Nahgmeh Shadabi, a current Iranian Baha'i PLU MFT student, and Dr. Chris Gilbert, a former BIHE professor to Baha'i students in Iran.

Sponsored by: PLU Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Department

Trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7aE27GyMMo

Huffington Post Article:
www.huffingtonpost.com/......html

"Education is Note a Crime" Campaign
www.educationisnotacrime.me/#
en.iranwire.com/features/6010/
Apr 9 18:00 20:00
Piano Recital
Studio Series: Students of Oksana Ezhokina perform. Selections to include Partita in B Flat Major, BWV 825, Prelude and Fugue in C Minor (WTC, Book 2), by J.S. Bach; Le plu que lente, by C. Debussy; Sonata in G Major, Op. 79, Sonata in F Minor, Op. 57 (Appassionata), Sonata in A Major, Op. 2, No. 2 by L. van Beethoven; Mazurka in F Minor, Op. 7, No. 3, Polonaise in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 26, No. 1 by F. Chopin; Etude No. 4 (Fanfares) by G. Ligeti; Little White Donkey by J. Ibert; Sonata in F Major, K. 280 by W.A. Mozart; Improvisation No. 7 by F. Poulenc; Etude in A minor, Op. 39, No. 2, Two Preludes, Op. 23, Nos. 6 and 7 by S. Rachmaninoff; Aufscwung (from Fantasy Pieces, Op. 12), R Schumann; Capriccio in G Minor, Op. 116, No. 3 and Intermezzo in E Major, Op. 116, No. 4 by J. Brahms. Free admission, no tickets.
Apr 9 20:00 21:00
American Leadership Forum hosted by PLU
American Leadership Forum hosted by PLU

Event Location: Anderson University Center, Scandinavian Cultural Center
Event Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Apr 10 8:00 16:30
Lute Life Days
Take a day to experience life as a PLU student

We have scheduled select personalized program days so you can fully experience what it�??s like to be a PLU student.

You choose your day and your check-in time, and we�??ll take care of the rest! Check out the Lute Life Days options below to see dates, check-in times and activities.

Find out dates, how to RSVP, and more on our website: www.plu.edu/admission/e.....days/
Apr 10 8:00 16:00
Dance 2015
Pacific Lutheran University Dance Ensemble presents DANCE 2015, the annual Spring Dance Concert, April 10 & 11, 2015. Showcasing the versatility and artistry of student performance and talent, the evening promises to dazzle with original choreography. A stunning collection of various dance genres features student, guest and faculty compositions. Tickets are available after March 1st located at the Concierge desk, Anderson University Center or at the door of show. Tickets: $8 General Admission, $5 with PLU ID. Maureen McGill, Director.
Apr 10 19:30 21:30
Kaylea Bies Jr. BM Recital
Degree recital
Apr 10 20:00 21:00
Softball vs Pacific (DH)
Softball vs Pacific Home Game Double Header
Apr 11 12:00 16:00
Parents Council and Alumni Board
Parents Council and Alumni Board Meeting
April 11-12, 2015
Meeting begins at 1:00 p.m. on April 11th
Meeting adjourns at 4:30 p.m. on April 12th
*Final schedule is pending

Please visit our website for more information: www.plu.edu/alumni
Apr 11 13:00 18:30
Samantha Rodahl BMA Presentation
Student series: Samantha Rodahl gives this capstone presentation in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Musical Arts Degree. Her topic is "Luther's Influence on Church Music". She studies Violin with Svend Ronning.
Apr 11 15:00 16:00
Tess Benson Jr BM Recital
Student event: Tess Benson gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies Voice with James Brown.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 11 17:30 18:30
Dance 2015
Pacific Lutheran University Dance Ensemble presents DANCE 2015, the annual Spring Dance Concert, April 10 & 11, 2015. Showcasing the versatility and artistry of student performance and talent, the evening promises to dazzle with original choreography. A stunning collection of various dance genres features student, guest and faculty compositions. Tickets are available after March 1st located at the Concierge desk, Anderson University Center or at the door of show. Tickets: $8 General Admission, $5 with PLU ID. Maureen McGill, Director.
Apr 11 19:30 21:30
Harp Ensemble Recital
Studio Series: Harp ensemble, directed by Pat Wooster. Selections to include: Polka in C by Jacques Press, Oriental Dance by Hariette Cady; Valse Garcieuse by Antonin Dvorak arranged by Sharon Watson; Valse in A Minor by Frederic Chopin arranged by Sharon Watson; Brian Boru's March, traditional Irish Tune, edited by Dewey Owens; Hungarian Dance by Johannes Brahms arranged by Sharon Watson; Tango by Isaac Albeniz arranged by Sharon Watson; Two Joplin Rags: The Easy Winners, Rag-Time Dance by Scott Joplin arranged by Shari Pack; The Entertainer, A Rag-Time Two-Step by Scott Joplin; Country Fayre, Jazz Waltz Tempo by Skaila Kanga, Suite of Eight Dances for the Harp by Carlos Salzedo; Danse Sacree by Claude Debussy and Animal Parade, for four harps by Julia Kay Jamieson. Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 11 20:00 21:30
Softball vs George Fox (DH)
Softball vs George Fox Home Game Double Header
Apr 12 12:00 16:00
Organ Concert-Hatsumi Miura
Richard D. Moe Organ series: Guest Organist: Hatsumi Miura, is resident organist for C. B. Fisk's Opus 110 at Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall in Tokyo, Japan, a 2,000 seat symphonic hall with large pipe organ installed in 1998. Selections to include: Incantation pour un jour Saint by Jean Langlais; Capriccio V sopra la bassa fiamenga by Girolamo Frescobaldi; Capriccio "Cucu" by Johan Caspar Kerll; Tiento de medio registro de dos tiples de Septimo tono by Francisco Correa de Arauxo; Ricercare by Guy Bovet; Kingsfold by Hina Sakamoto; Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Ehr , BWV 663 and Praeludimu et Fuga pro Organo pleno BWV 552 by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Tickets: $15 general admission/ $10 senior citizens (55+), alumni/$5 PLU community, students, 18 and under/ Free PLU music students with PLU ID. Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Apr 12 15:00 16:30
Lute OverKnight #2
Admitted first-year students are invited to come to campus to experience life as a Lute, with opportunities to stay overnight in a residence hall, sit in on a class, learn how to get involved on campus, and meet professors, current students, and potential new classmates. (Admitted students only)
Apr 12 16:00 19:00
Lute OverKnight
Lute OverKnight
March 12-13 or April 12-13

Pack your bag and join us for a Lute OverKnight. This is your invitation to experience campus, explore academics and enjoy the PLU community as you make your decision about where you will go to college.
*For admitted first-year students only.

Explore College Academics
Meet professors, sit in on a class, learn more about the major(s) in which you are interested and get a glimpse of academic life at PLU.

Immerse yourself in the PLU community
Spend the night on campus, see student performances, get to know other students and discover what life is like outside the classroom.

Attend the Lute Life Academic & Involvement Fair
This fair is your chance to learn more about student life at PLU and chat with professors and representatives from clubs and organizations, athletics, performing arts and study abroad programs.

Get your questions about financial aid and PLU next steps answered
Talk to our on-campus experts about your financial aid offer, how to apply for housing, meal plans, and any other questions you have about forms, paperwork and next steps in your college decision process.

Tours
First time on campus? Tours of campus and residence halls will be available for students and families.

Program
The event includes meals and snacks, entertainment and a ride to/from the airport or train station if traveling independently. If unable to spend the night, you are invited to join us for the next-day program, starting at 8:30 a.m.

RSVP for the March 12-13 program by March 10.
RSVP for the April 12-13 program by April 8.

Please visit our website for more information: www.plu.edu/admission/e.....ghts/
Apr 12 17:00 21:00
Helene Beck BME recital
Student series: Helene Beck presents this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Education Degree. She studies Bassoon with Francine Peterson.
Free admission, no tickets.
Apr 12 17:30 18:30
Tasha Smith Sr. Bm Recital
Tasha Smith gives her Sr. Recital as part of her fulfillment of her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance Degree. She studies with James Brown.
Apr 12 20:00 21:00
Lute OverKnight
Lute OverKnight
April 12-13

Pack your bag and join us for a Lute OverKnight. This is your invitation to experience campus, explore academics and enjoy the PLU community as you make your decision about where you will go to college.
*For admitted first-year students only.

Explore College Academics
Meet professors, sit in on a class, learn more about the major(s) in which you are interested and get a glimpse of academic life at PLU.

Immerse yourself in the PLU community
Spend the night on campus, see student performances, get to know other students and discover what life is like outside the classroom.

Attend the Lute Life Academic & Involvement Fair
This fair is your chance to learn more about student life at PLU and chat with professors and representatives from clubs and organizations, athletics, performing arts and study abroad programs.

Get your questions about financial aid and PLU next steps answered
Talk to our on-campus experts about your financial aid offer, how to apply for housing, meal plans, and any other questions you have about forms, paperwork and next steps in your college decision process.

Tours
First time on campus? Tours of campus and residence halls will be available for students and families.

Program
The event includes meals and snacks, entertainment and a ride to/from the airport or train station if traveling independently. If unable to spend the night, you are invited to join us for the next-day program, starting at 8:30 a.m.

RSVP for the April 12-13 program by April 8.

Please visit our website for more information: www.plu.edu/admission/e.....ghts/
Apr 13 8:00 17:00
Lute OverKnight #2
Admitted first-year students are invited to come to campus to experience life as a Lute, with opportunities to stay overnight in a residence hall, sit in on a class, learn how to get involved on campus, and meet professors, current students, and potential new classmates. (Admitted students only)
Apr 13 8:30 17:00
Chemistry Department Seminar
Colin Lam, a postdoctoral fellow from the Houk Lab at UCLA will be presenting his research in a talk entitled "Understanding Stereoselectivities of Organocatalytic Reactions with Quantum Chemical Computations". All are welcome. Chemistry majors are encouraged to attend.
Apr 13 12:30 13:35
Jennifer Rhyne flute Recital
Artists Series: PLU Flute Faculty Jennifer Rhyne, with Karen Ganz on piano, and the PLU Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Miho Takekawa and guest conductor James Brown. Selections to include: Two Valentines by Paul Schoenfield; Suite en Concert and Chant de Linos by Andre Jolivet; and Piccolo Play by Thea Musgrave. Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizen (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Apr 14 20:00 21:00
Baseball vs. Concordia Double Header
baseball game
Apr 15 12:00 17:00
Lecture Series
Business Lecture Series

www.plu.edu/busa/execut.....ries/
Apr 15 14:30 20:00
Life Beyond SOAC
Life Beyond SOAC:

An evening of alumni panel discussions on preparing for careers in
communication, the arts, theatre and music

Career Connections and the School of Arts and Communication are partnering to provide alumni, students and faculty opportunities to connect. The evening is scheduled with three career panels comprised of alumni working in areas in which they graduated - Art & Design, Communication, Theatre, and Music - followed by a reception with food and beverages.

Please dress in business casual.

5:30pm - 6:15pm

ARTS AND COMMUNICATION PANELISTS:
- Holly Dunning, UX Designer, Jackson Fish Market '11
- Jeremy Mangan, Artist, www.jeremymangan.com '98
- Kelly McLaughlin, (ceramics/sculpture) '14
- Lisa Patterson, Editor, South Sound Magazine '98
- Christy Pelland, Artist/Owner, Sweet Betty Jean & c. pelland photography '05
- Kari Plog, Reporter, The News Tribune '11
- Jim Walker, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, jimwalkerseattle '76

5:30pm - 6:15pm

THEATRE AND MUSIC PANELISTS:
- Aaron Jacobs, (actor/consultant) '00
- Micah Haven, Director of Bands, Meeker Middle School, Tacoma School District '09
- Judy Herrington, Lower School Music Director, Charles Wright Academy, Founder, Artistic Director & Conductor, Tacoma Youth Chorus (BA University of Oregon, MAT Lewis and Clark College)
- Katie Skovholt, Manager Director, Seattle ProMusica '06

6:30pm - 7:15pm

BUSINESS & CAREER MANAGEMENT PANELISTS:
- Louis Hobson, Actor/Producer, Co-Founder Indie Theatrical '98
- Aaron Jacobs, (actor/consultant) '00
- Jeremy Mangan, Artist, www.jeremymangan.com '98
- Lisa Patterson, Editor, South Sound Magazine '98
- Katie Skovholt, Managing Director, Seattle ProMusica '10

Jim Walker, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, jimwalkerseattle '76

7:30pm - 8:30pm

STUDENTS AND PANELISTS MEET & GREET
This is a great opportunity for students, panelists and faculty to meet one another and exchange information. Food and beverages will be provided.
Apr 15 17:30 20:30
Tora Hedges Jr. BM Recital
Student series: Tora Hedges gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music degree. She studies Voice with Melissa Plagemann.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 15 20:00 21:00
The First British Rock Invasion
Dr. David Deacon-Joyner

Class fee: $15, payable at the door. Free to PLU staff, faculty and students.
Apr 16 15:30 17:30
Eagle Scout Recognition Banquet
Eagle Scout Recognition Banquet

Event Time: 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Event Locations: Anderson University Center, Chris Knutzen Hall and Regency Room
Apr 16 17:00 21:00
Beethoven Festival
Beethoven Festival presented by students of Jane Harty, Oksana Ezhokina, Diana Walker, Svend Ronning and Richard Treat. Selections to include: Bagatelle in G Major, Op. 126, #1; Sonata in D Major, Op. 6; Sonata in C Minor, Op. 13, The "Pathetique"; String Quartet in F Major, Op. 18, #5; Sonata in D Minor, Op. 31, #2, The "Tempest". Free admission, no ticket required.
Apr 16 20:00 21:30
Bug by Tracey Letts
Agnes is a lonely waitress who isolates herself in the hopes of avoiding her abusive ex-husband, but when her best friend R.C. introduces her to Peter, she can't help connecting. But Peter isn't quite what he seems, and according to him nothing else is either. Tracy Letts crafts a tale of paranoia and conspiracy that is riveting, exciting, and thoroughly entertaining.

Tickets for our Studio Theater Series can be purchased at the door for cash only. Usually tickets can be reserved for purchase through our Theatre Program at 253-535-7325. Please call up to two weeks before the show for reservation availability. Tickets are $5.

Intended for mature audiences. Written by Tracy Letts. Directed by Cameron Waters '16.
Apr 17 16:00 17:00
Kaela Shoe Sr. BM Recital
Student Series: Kaela gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies Percussion with Miho Takekawa.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 17 17:30 18:30
Trumpet Studio Recital
Studio Series: Trumpet students coached by Zachary Lyman give this recital.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 17 20:00 21:30
Study Away Orientation
Wang Center orientation for students accepted to fall 2015, spring 2016 semester and full-year study away programs

Event Location: Xavier Hall
Event Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

For more information, please visit the Wang Center website: www.plu.edu/wang-center/
Apr 18 9:00 15:00
Baseball vs Lewis & Clark Double Header
Baseball vs Lewis & Clark home game Double Header
Apr 18 12:00 17:00
Mykal Moody BMA Presentation
Student Series: Mykal Moody gives this capstone presentation in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Musical Arts Degree. His topic is "Music Businesses and Music Education Programs", and his advisor is Svend Ronning.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 18 12:00 13:00
Softball vs Puget Sound (DH)
Softball vs Puget Sound Home Game Double Header
Apr 18 12:00 16:00
Eric Olson Sr. BM Recital
Student series: Eric Olson gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. He studies Voice with Jim Brown.
Free admission, no tickets.
Apr 18 15:00 16:00
Bug by Tracey Letts
Agnes is a lonely waitress who isolates herself in the hopes of avoiding her abusive ex-husband, but when her best friend R.C. introduces her to Peter, she can't help connecting. But Peter isn't quite what he seems, and according to him nothing else is either. Tracy Letts crafts a tale of paranoia and conspiracy that is riveting, exciting, and thoroughly entertaining.

Tickets for our Studio Theater Series can be purchased at the door for cash only. Usually tickets can be reserved for purchase through our Theatre Program at 253-535-7325. Please call up to two weeks before the show for reservation availability. Tickets are $5.

Intended for mature audiences. Written by Tracy Letts. Directed by Cameron Waters '16.
Apr 18 16:00 17:00
Anikka Abbott Sr. BM Recital
Student series: Anikka Abbott gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies Voice with janeanne Houston.
Free Admission, no tickets
Apr 18 17:30 18:30
Molly Barnes Senior BM Recital
Student series: Molly Barnes gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies Voice with Jeananne Houston.

Free admission, no tickets.
Apr 18 20:00 21:00
Alex Hart Non Degree Recital
Student series: Alex Hart performs as the culmination of his Music studies at PLU. He studies Guitar with Elizabeth Brown.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 19 12:00 13:00
Baseball vs Lewis & Clark
Baseball vs Lewis & Clark home game
Apr 19 12:00 15:00
Lyric Brass Quintet
Regency Concert Series: Pacific Lutheran University Lyric Brass Quintet performing selections to include: Dance by Wilke Renwick; Contrapunctus IV by J.S. Bach, arranged by Robert Nagel; Contrapunctus IX by J.S. Bach, arranged by John Glasel; Arrival of the Queen of Sheba by G.F. Handel, arranged by Joshua Hauser; My Spirit Be Joyful by J.S. Bach trans. by Harry Herforth; Four Outings for Brass by Andre previn and Suite from the Monteregian Hills by Morley Calvert. Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizen (55+) & alumni, free PLU community, 18 and under. Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Apr 19 15:00 16:30
Carli Kross BME Recital
Student series: Carli Kross gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Education Degree. She studies voice with Marlette Buchanan.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 19 17:30 18:30
Matthew Serino BME Recital
Student Series: Matthew Serino gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Education Degree. He studies Trombone with Ed Powell.
Apr 19 20:00 21:00
Samuel Chapman BMA Presentation
Student series: Samuel Chapman gives this capstone presentation in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Musical Arts Degree. His adviser is Gregory Youtz, and his topic is "Racial Politics of the Ziegfield Follies".
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 20 20:00 21:00
Earth Day Lecture: "This Patch of Soil"
Earth Day Lecture; "This Patch of Soil: Race, Nature and Stories of Future Belonging" with guest speaker Dr. Carolyn Finney of the University of California Berkeley.
April 21, 2015
Event Time: 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Event Location: Scandinavian Cultural Center
Apr 21 19:30 21:00
Chorale Spring Tour Homecoming Concert
Choral Series: University Chorale Concert. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase in the lobby before the concert and during intermission. Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizens (55+)& alumni, free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Apr 21 20:00 21:30
Opening Reception
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design. Light refreshments provided.
Apr 22 17:00 19:00
University Jazz Ensemble Concert
Location: Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Jazz Series: The University Jazz Ensemble under the direction of David Deacon-Joyner will perform selections to include: Hindi Gumbo by Fareed Haque, arranged by Joe Duran; When I Fall In Love by Victor Young/Edward Heyman; Mr Ship by Kurt WEill/Ira Gershwin arranged by Gil Evans; Nocturnal by Tyler Peterson; Writer's Block by BrandLee Cierley and more. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase in the lobby before the concert and during intermission. Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Apr 22 20:00 21:30
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Duo Piano Recital
Artists Series: "Pianists Oksana Ezhokina and Christina Dahl present a concert of works for two pianos. Program includes Rachmaninoff's virtuosic Fantasy Suite, Op. 5, John Adams' majestic Hallelujah Junction, and transcription of Mozart's beloved Symphony No. 40 for piano four-hands."
Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizen (55+); alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under.
Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Apr 23 20:00 21:30
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Relay for Life
Relay for Life 2015
Location: Centennial Red Square
Apr 24 12:00 to Apr 25 13:00
Woodwind Recital
Studio Series: Woodwind students recital. Jennifer Rhyne, Conductor
Tickets: Free Admission, No Tickets
Apr 24 17:30 19:00
DarkMatter Workshop
DarkMatter workshop: The Revolution Will not Have a Bibliography: Student Activism in the Corporate University (3 p.m.) and #ItGetsBitter show (6 p.m.)
Locations to be determined.
Apr 24 18:00 21:00
Woodwind and Brass Recital
Studio Series: students of Woodwind and Brass instruments give a recital. Jennifer Rhyne, director. Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 24 20:00 21:30
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Relay for Life
Relay for Life 2015
Location: Centennial Red Square
Apr 24 12:00 to Apr 25 13:00
Norwegian Heritage Festival
Norwegian Heritage Festival
April 25, 2015

Event Location: Anderson University Center

Event times and event program are currently pending. Please stay tuned for more information!
Apr 25 8:00 17:00
Kristin McCarthy Senior BM recital
Student series: Kristin McCarthy gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music degree. She studies voice with Jessica Milanese.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 25 12:00 13:00
Annie Herzog Sr. BM Recital
Student series: Annie Herzog gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor or Music Degree. She studies Voice with Jim Brown.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 25 15:00 16:00
Lauren Searls BM Senior Recital
Student series: Lauren Searls gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies Voice with Janeanne Houston.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 25 17:30 18:30
Alex Gallo BM Senior Recital
Student series: Alex Gallo gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. He studies voice with Charles Stephens.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 25 20:00 21:00
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Taylor Mills Non-Degree Recital
Student series: Taylor Mills gives this Junior recital as part of her French horn studies. Her instructor is Dr. Gina Gillie.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 26 12:00 13:00
Early Music at its Finest
Artists Series:Join PLU faculty and friends for a delightful afternoon of "early Musicke."

Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Apr 26 15:00 16:30
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Shared Hope: Eradicating Sex Trafficking
Shared Hope: Eradicating Sex Trafficking. This dynamic program explores domestic sex trafficking and what you can do to help end it. Participants can view either Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, which offers a comprehensive guide to understanding the issue, or Gang Trap, which addresses the growing trend of sex-trafficking cases perpetuated by criminal street gangs, then engage in a conversation about the films and what you can do to help.
6 p.m. Location- UC CK
Apr 27 18:00 21:00
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Spring Donor Banquet
Spring Donor Banquet - Named Student Scholarships

Event Location: Anderson University Center, Chris Knutzen Hall
Event Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Please visit the Office of Advancement website for more information: www.plu.edu/advancement/
Apr 28 18:00 20:00
Robert Layton Jr. BM Recital
Student Series: Robert Layton gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. He studies Trumpet with Zachary Lyman.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Apr 28 18:00 18:30
University Singers & Vocal Chamber
Choral Series: University Singers and Vocal Chamber Ensemble perform. Free admission, no ticket required.
Apr 28 20:00 21:30
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Regency String Quartet
Regency Concert Series: Regency String Quartet. Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizen (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Apr 29 20:00 21:30
Senior Exhibition
This exhibit is a celebration of the culminating work of the graduating students of the Department of Art and Design.
Apr 23 8:00 to May 25 16:00
Svare-Toven Endowed Lecture
Svare-Toven Endowed Professorship Lecture
Thursday, April 30, 2015
7:00PM
Scandinavian Cultural Center

Claudia Berguson will present her research on Sigrid Undset, a author exiled in the United States during World War II.
Apr 30 19:00 22:00
Choir of the West Concert
Choral Series: Choir of the West's International Tour preview concert, under the direction of Dr. Richard Nance. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase in the lobby before the concert and during intermission. Tickets: $8 General Admission; $5 Senior Citizens (55+), PLU Alumni; Free to PLU Community, Students and 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk 253-535-7411.
Apr 30 20:00 21:30