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ISSUE 117 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/19/2003

Arts and Entertainment

To the tune of Mason

Before his show at the Pause, writer Ian Anderson had the opportunity to speak with Mason Jennings about his new album, "Century Spring" and his new only-released-on-tour album, "Simple Life."

'Collected Stories' told well

Artist in Residence Dona Werner Freeman and student Maren Bush ’04 performed last weekend in "Collected Stories," an in-depth look at the relationship between a faculty member and her writing graduate student.

1964 grad returns to play horn recital

This year’s four-part alumni recital series, sponsored by the music department, began on Sept. 8 with a French horn recital by Sharon Moe ’64. Accompanied on piano by Xiayin Wang, Moe delivered a performance that displayed her command of the French horn in late romantic, 20th century and contemporary styles.

Behind the scenes at auditions: Students compete for positions in music ensembles

Music is a huge part of life at St. Olaf, and students must audition to be part of many of the musical ensembles.

'Collected Stories' told well

Artist in Residence Dona Werner Freeman and student Maren Bush ’04 performed last weekend in "Collected Stories," an in-depth look at the relationship between a faculty member and her writing graduate student.

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