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ISSUE 119 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/24/2006

Arts and Entertainment

'Savage/Love' transcends script

On Friday and Saturday night, students crowded into Ralph Haugen Theatre to see “Savage/Love,” a play dealing with the many-sided nature of love, by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin.

Cantorei wows

On Monday evening in Boe Memorial Chapel, the St. Olaf Cantorei performed its spring concert. More like a worship service than a concert, “Meditation on Christ's Passion” included a cycle of dramatic Gospel readings and audience participation in hymns. Lush textures, glorious swells and hushes, and fervent musicality throughout made for a beautiful and engaging performance that artfully incorporated spiritual meaning.

Student artists shine

Last Thursday, a large portion of the St. Olaf art community came to the Student Gallery in Dittmann Center to nosh on nachos and inaugurate the Fifth Annual Juried Student Art Competition, a show that highlights the best works from the first-year, sophomore and junior classes.

Army Chorus delights crowd

On Sunday evening, the United States Army Chorus, self-proclaimed as “America's vocal ambassador to the world,” gave a flawless performance in Boe Memorial Chapel.

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