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ISSUE 119 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/11/2005

Arts and Entertainment

One Voice sings of unity

People from different walks of life, race and age assemble on choir risers in the front of Boe Chapel. Their brightly colored shirts evoke a rainbow. They are the One Voice mixed chorus, the Twin Cities’ GLBT community chorus. Brought to St. Olaf with the support of St. Olaf’s GLOW! (Gay Lesbian or Whatever!), they were embarking on a three-day tour of southern Minnesota.

Mbele reads

Whenever a speaker begins his or her presentation with a disclaimer such as “I’m never very organized,” or “I just like to tell stories,” what follows is sure to be interesting. Associate Professor of English Joseph Mbele proved no exception.

Exhibit offers digital art, photos

“Still moving still,” which opened last Friday at the Flaten Art Museum, examines how media shapes our perceptions and to some extent, our emotions.

'Choral Day' wows

St. Olaf held the 103rd annual Choral Day in Skoglund Auditorium Sunday. More than 50 local schools and church choral groups took part in this year’s event, including St. Olaf's Manitou Singers, Viking Chorus, Chapel Choir, St. Olaf Cantorei and the St. Olaf Choir.

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