Welcome to the website of MediaLab, an applied multimedia and research program based in the School of Arts + Communication at Pacific Lutheran University.
MediaLab is an award–winning, student–run media organization with expertise across the media spectrum. Whether you need market research, photography, graphic design, writing, video, public relations, event planning, or more, MediaLab can work for you.
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- MediaLab’s 2013 documentary, “Tapped Out: Unearthing the Global Water Crisis,” recently received two Award of Merit prizes from the Accolade Competition of Southern California in the categories of Short Documentary and Use of Film/Video for Social Change. “Tapped Out,” which premiered in Seattle in late October 2013, is also a candidate for other major awards and numerous national and international film festivals.
- The MediaLab documentary “Overexposed: The Cost of Compassion, ” will be screened March 26, 2014 as part of the New York City Filmmakers Anthology Series.
Member of the Month
A Communication and Hispanic Studies double major, Olivia came to MediaLab in Fall 2013. Olivia, a fixture on the PLU Dean’s List since arriving at the University, is also General Manager of PLU’s student radio station, LASR.
Previously, Olivia worked in community outreach and tourism in Portland, Ore., her hometown. In MediaLab, Olivia is a member of the Tacoma Community House team and is also a participant in the upcoming MediaLab documentary, “Waste Not: Breaking Down the Food Equation,” which will premiere in Fall 2014. Olivia has a special interest in radio and music, and hopes to pursue a career in one of those fields after graduation.