Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Duruflé and Benjamin Britten are all composers whose requiem masses are among their best-known works. To that list we can now add current St. Olaf student Jocelyn Hagen 03, whose 40-minute opus for choir and orchestra, "Ashes of Roses," debuted in Boe Chapel on Sunday.
One of the main problems that St. Olafs ballroom dancingclub has been facing is a lack of male student participation. Unfortunately, when male participation dwindles, the female population does as well.
When asked to describe the style of his laid-back jazz quartet, Matt Wilson simply said, fun. Not one to disappoint, Wilson followed through on Wednesday by delivering a richly mesmerizing and purely pleasurable set in the Pause.