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ISSUE 119 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/24/2006

Variety

Lutefest still afloat despite low budget

Late last week, Pause Concert Committee Chair Mike Vandelinder '08 sent out an e-mail message informing committee members that 10 bands were being considered as possible Lutefest headliners. Vandelinder listed the bands the Concert Committee had selected and encouraged members of the committee to “look through the list, give the bands a listen [and] talk to your friends.”

Tostrud territories: Breeding quirky sub-cultures

My first trip to Tostrud took place during the second week of my first year. Although hardly a timid first year, I remember my initial apprehension and intimidation approaching Tostrud for the first time.

Campus ecology flourishes, no one notices

St. Olaf is nothing short of Hogwarts. The campus swims in secret tunnels, wandering ghosts and Gothic towers. Clearly, we are an enchanted folk. Clearly, we live amidst mystery.

Critics clash over

It has been a long time since the release of those colossal disappointments that went by the names “Reloaded” and “Revolutions,” and everyone has been waiting, some more excitedly than others, to see what those crazy Wachowski brothers are cooking up.

Young artists craft bold projects

Ole creativity flourishes this spring in the forms of a musical, an opera and a feature film.

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