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ISSUE 117 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/14/2003

Arts and Entertainment

Rising band Alva Star shines

It was a scene straight from an R.E.M. video. Simul-taneously and without discussion, the entire audience at last Friday’s Alva Star concert drew up their tables and chairs from the back of the Pause and relocated, one by one, to the area directly in front of the Mane Stage. That’s how talented Alva Star is: listeners can’t help but be drawn in by the band’s consistently smooth and elemental sound.

Musicians make a night of Mozart: Choir collaborates with St. Paul Chamber Orchestra

The St. Olaf Choir and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Andreas Delfs, performed for a standing-room-only crowd in Boe Chapel last Thursday evening.

Media meets demands

There is too much sex in the media. We deal with it every day. So, here’s the question: what is America buying – movies, music or pure, uncensored sex?

Feds rollback on Wal-Mart

Illegal immigrant workers arrested in raid

Professors featured in art exhibit

A new art exhibit, “One year’s time,” opened last Thursday to the lively accompaniment of a jazz band and an appetizer buffet. The exhibit features the work of St. Olaf art professors Meg Ojala and Ron Gallas, as well as pieces by Jessica Dunne, an oil painter from San Francisco. The event drew an array of interested students, faculty, and community members.

Students make ‘Clock’ tick

Student work lies at the heart of "The American Clock," a St. Olaf theater department production that opened last Friday.

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