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ISSUE 119 VOL 18 PUBLISHED 4/28/2006

Arts and Entertainment

'Oratorio' concert mesmerizes

On Monday night, Chapel Choir and the St. Olaf Orchestra joined forces and brought the audience to its knees in Skoglund Athletic Center with a tripartite Oratorio Concert.

Gospel Choir takes crowd higher

Yearning for a vacation from the staidness of your icy, Norwegian heritage? Look no further than St. Olaf's own Gospel Choir.

Lonely heroes

Emo-punk trio Duct Tape Heroes did their best to rock a slow Thursday night crowd that barely reached double digits at the Lion’s Pause. Despite the low turnout, the band played an impressive, high-energy set of original material, including songs from their first album Trainwreck and their upcoming album The Start of Forever.

Final look: Senior Art Show

On Sunday, Flaten Museum staffers stuggled to keep the refreshments stocked as students, professors and art enthusiasts flooded in to Dittmann's first floor for first half of the annual Senior Art Show. Always the biggest draw of the year, the show broke new records with 570 attendees, nearly twice the expected number.

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