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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
P. Rodriguez and A. King ND Recital

Annalise King and Pablo Hernandez Rodriguez Non-Degree Recital.


Free admission, no ticket required

Apr 24 12:00 13:00
The Musical Offering

Artists Series: PLU faculty and guests perform early music.



Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizen (55+) and PLU alumni, free to PLU community/students and 18 & under. Tickets are available PLU Conciege Desk by calling 253-535-7411. Tickets can also be purchased online one month prior to the event, via the following link: The Musical Offering, Tickets



The concert will be livestreamed via the following link: 
www.plu.edu/soac/webcast/

Apr 24 15:00 16:30
Shayla Chaykin Jr. BM Percussion Recital
Studio Series: Junior Bachelor of Music Percussion Recital: Shayla Chaykin gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies percussion with Miho Takekawa. Free admission, no ticket required.
Apr 24 17:30 18:30
Amanda Robinson-Senior BM Piano Recital

Amanda Robinson, Senior BM Piano Recital: This recital is presented by Ms. Robinson in partial fulfillment of the requriements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance.  Ms. Robinson is a student of Jennifer Bowman.

Apr 24 20:00 21:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
Luther Heights Camp Tabling

John Davidson will be in the AUC tabling for Luther Heights Camp, located in central Idaho.


 


Through safe and amazing experiences Luther Heights Bible Camp proclaims the Gospel, builds faith, and strengthens the body of Christ.

Apr 25 10:00 14:00
Marbled Murrelet Malaise

Described as resembling a baked potato with a beak, the elusive Marbled Murrelet spends most of its life offshore. Laying a single egg in the ancient coastal forests, this small bird can fly up to 100 mph.  Veteran nature writer, Maria Mudd Ruth will describe the accidental discovery of the first nest in 1974, and relocating to the west coast to study this mysterious bird.


Monday, April 25th, 10:30 a.m. at the Garfield Book Company.  A class fee of $15, may be paid at the door. PLU students, staff and faculty may attend without charge.


www.plu.edu/liferoadscholar  Learning Is ForEver offers educational classes geared for active retirees.  LIFE, a non-profit organization, is a community outreach of PLU, and is affiliated with Road Scholar's Lifelong Learning Institutes. 253.241.4166 stewarla@plu.edu

Apr 25 10:30 12:30
Higashiyama and Parce Jr BM Recital

This recital is presented by Ms. Higashiyama and Ms. Parce in partial fulfillment of ther equirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance.  Ms. Higashayama is a student of Jim Brown and Ms. Parce is a student of Janeanne Houston.  Free admission, no ticket required.

Apr 25 20:00 21:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
Robotic Surgery

Dr. Karen Nelson will give a talk on robotic surgery on Tuesday, April 26th in Morken 103, from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.


Dr. Nelson is among the South Sound's most experienced surgeons in minimally invasive procedures and an early adopter of robotic surgery. 


This class is offered by Learning Is ForEver, which is community outreach of PLU's Graduate Studies & Continuing Education.  LIFE is affiliated with Road Scholar, offering educational opportunities for active adults.  


Walk in Registration $15.  FREE to PLU students, faculty & staff.  www.plu.edu/liferoadscholar  stewarla@plu.edu

Apr 26 9:00 11:00
Luther Heights Camp Tabling

John Davidson will be in the AUC tabling for Luther Heights Camp, located in central Idaho.


 


Through safe and amazing experiences Luther Heights Bible Camp proclaims the Gospel, builds faith, and strengthens the body of Christ.

Apr 26 10:00 14:00
BUSA Spring Executive Leadership Series

Pyramid Staging and Events presents the School of Business Spring 2016 Executive Leadership Series to be held in Leraas Hall from 6:00 to 7:00 pm on Tuesday, April 26, 2016.

Apr 26 17:30 19:30
Film Screening: Islamophobia
Beyond Burkas Bombers; Anti Muslim Sentiment in America

Film Screening, Talk, and Discussion Featuring JuliAnne Rose, PLU �??13

Masters Student in International Relations, University of Melbourne
Tuesday, April 26th at 6p.m. in Xavier 201
Reception to Follow

Sponsored by: Global Studies, Center for Media Studies, Campus Ministry, Center for Community Engagement, Religion, Politics and Government, Anthropology, Economics, Wang Center, Division of Humanities, Division of Social Sciences, IHON
Apr 26 18:00 21:00
University Singers, Chamber & Men's

Choral Series: 


The Men's Chorus, Chamber Singers, and University Singers present a Spring Concert, featuring works by J.S. Bach, PLU faculty members Gina Gillie and Sheila Bristow, Ola Gjeilo, David Childs, Vijay Singh, and more. Richard Nance directs the Men's Chorus; Brian Galante leads the Chamber Singers and University Singers. The concert also features student conductors Joseph Delgado, Jesus Gomez, and Annalise Sansburn.


The Chamber Singers will be joined by guest conductor Carlton Monroe as a follow up to his presentation for the Tacoma Chapter of the American Guild of Organists on Monday evening. The Chamber Singers and student musicians will present full versions of two of Bach's cantatas discussed during the workshop, and select movements from two other cantatas. Dr. Monroe is Director of Music at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Terrace Park (Cincinnati), Ohio where, in addition to leading an active music program for children and adults, he established and conducts the Bach Ensemble of St. Thomas, a professional ensemble of instrumentalists and vocalists who perform services, concerts and educational retreats centered on the music of J. S. Bach.


Admission is free, no ticket required.


The concert will be livestreamed via the following link: www.plu.edu/soac/webcast/

Apr 26 20:00 21:30
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
Endowment and Heritage Society Dinner
The Endowment Impact and Heritage Society Appreciation Dinner honors the generosity of those who have established endowed scholarships and academic programs at PLU, as well as those who are dedicated to supporting PLU in the future. In this night of celebration, students and faculty come together to thank these donors who make PLU possible, both now and in the years to come.

Location: Chris Knutzen Hall in the Anderson University Center
Apr 27 17:30 21:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
These Four Years
In Fall 2014, roughly 21 million American students, chose to invest in a college education, according to the Department of Education. Yet, only about 30 percent of Americans hold four-year college degrees, which means that college is either undesirable - or inaccessible - for 70 percent of the 319 million people who live in the U.S.

MediaLab asks the question: Does a 4-year degree still represent the promise of a better life? With the help of researchers, educators, employers, workers, current students and prospective college attendees, MediaLab seeks to understand the effects that higher education, or the lack thereof, can have on professional opportunities and personal well-being and happiness in the 21st Century.

Part of the 2016 SOAC Focus Series on Storytelling

Free

Apr 28 18:30 20:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
Tabling for Biology Club

Event: Tabling for Biology Club


Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm


Location: UCTR TBL 1 Main Floor


Website: N/A


Contact information: Sara Newman, newmansr@plu.edu

Apr 29 17:00 18:00
Alexandra Dreher - Jr BM Vocal Recital

Alexandra Dreher Junior Bachelor of Music Vocal Recital:  This recital is presented by Ms. Dreher in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance.  Ms. Dreher is a student of Holly Boaz.


Free admission, no ticket required.

Apr 29 18:00 18:30
Showrunners

Showrunners Event

Apr 29 18:00 20:00
Brandon Hell Senior BM Vocal Recital

Brandon Hell, Senior BM Vocal Recital: This recital is presented by Mr. Hell in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance.  Mr. Hell is a student of Barry Johnson.

Apr 29 20:00 21:00
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Senior Exhibition
Please join the Department of Art and Design as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating artists in the culmination of their degree program.

The University Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm with the exception of school closures and holidays. Additional viewing hours may be arranged by appointment.

For more information visit www.plu.edu/gallery


Apr 21 8:00 to May 18 16:00
Tora Hedges Sr Recital

Tora Hedges - Sr Recital: This recital is presented by Ms. Hedges in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance.  Ms. Hodges is a student of Melissa Plagemann.

Apr 30 13:00 14:00
Cassie Willock - Jr BM Vocal Recital

Cassie Willock - Junior BM Vocal Recital: This recital is presented by Ms. Willock in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Vocal Perofrmance.  Ms. Willock is a student of Cyndia Sieden.

Apr 30 15:00 16:00
J. Rhyne, Flute and C. Case, Harp

Artists Series: Jennifer Rhyne, flutist, and Catherine Case, harpist, perform.



Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizen (55+) and PLU alumni, free to PLU community/students and 18 & under. Tickets are available PLU Conciege Desk by calling 253-535-7411. Tickets can also be purchased online one month prior to the event, via the following link: Flute/Harp, Tickets



The concert will be livestreamed via the following link: 
www.plu.edu/soac/webcast/

Apr 30 17:30 19:00
Tess Benson Senior BM Vocal Recital

Tess Benson Senior BM Vocal Recital: This recital is presented by Ms. Benson in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance.  Ms. Benson is a student of James Brown.

Apr 30 20:00 21:00