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ISSUE 119 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/10/2006

Arts and Entertainment

What would Gulezian do?

A line of students waiting to get into Michael Gulezian’s concert stretched all the way to the Pause’s front door last Friday night. From 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., more than 400 students stopped in to see the fingerstyle guitarist perform.

Sculptor lectures, moves 'Us and Them'

Tuesday at 3 p.m. sculptor Josh Garber, assistant professor of art and art history John Saurer and a crew of 14 hefted Garber’s piece, “Us and Them,” into its new home in Dittmann Center’s main hallway.

'Something' enchants

On Friday and Saturday night, Assistant Professor of Dance Sherry Saterstrom and a team of dancers confronted the audience in the Wagner-Bungard studio of Dittmann Center with video cameras and the question, "What makes something something?"

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