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ISSUE 116 VOL 5 PUBLISHED 10/11/2002

Arts and Entertainment

Survival of the female artists

Several feet of paper filled with drawings of moving bodies covered the walls and mirrors of Dittmann Center’s Dance Studio Three early last week. These drawings were remnants of the Art and Dance Survivor weekend that took place Sept. 27 through Sept. 29. Five artists and five dancers accepted the challenge to be confined to the Dittmann Center for 36 hours in an attempt to integrate the two art forms.

Mozart's "Requiem" performed at Vespers

In monastic tradition there are several daily services to attend. The Vespers service, in the Lutheran tradition, is one of the two evening services of prayer, worship, and readings, which also serves as a festival service. The St. Olaf music department has been performing a Vespers service for the past 35 years. At this year’s Vespers service, which took place on Sunday, the ensembles performed Mozart’s "Requiem."

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