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ISSUE 117 VOL 19 PUBLISHED 5/14/2004

Arts and Entertainment

If it smells like cod, it must be us

The sun shone through the newly budding trees on the lawn behind Buntrock Commmons as St. Olaf students gathered to enjoy the first annual outdoor music festival Lutefest, Saturday, May 8. The events began at noon, with Bon Appétit serving grilled hamburgers and veggie burgers on the plaza. The smell of lunch combined with the sounds of St. Olaf band Salt 513 enticed sun-starved students to get outside and take part in the day's activities. The successful festival lasted until 9 p.m., when the final band, Native American rock-blues group Indigenous, completed their set.

Senior soloists play goodbye

A warm spring afternoon in Skoglund Auditorium was the setting for the St. Olaf Orchestras May 9 Senior Soloists Concert, which showcased the talent of eight musicians  seven students and a Professor  whose time at the Hill is nearing an end.

Art show paints beautiful picture

On Sunday, May 1, St. Olaf senior studio art majors introduced Part II of Senior Art Exhibition 2004  the culmination of senior artists work from the past semester. Approximately 10 studio art majors designed the exhibits eye-catching large black *f posters with various statements about artists. In this exhibition, not only the subject matter was diverse; artists media ranged from oil pastels, video, ceramic, crayon, clothing, cherry wood, an ironing board, paint, sail material, tangerines, 50 percent linen blend and  possibly, but not yet verified  whiskey.

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