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ISSUE 120 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/22/2006

Arts and Entertainment

Dittman becomes new home to classic art

Richard Tetlie ’43, who passed away in 1999, has donated his collection of more than 2,000 classic paintings, sculptures, wall reliefs, textiles and furniture to St. Olaf College.

Fostering community through dance

Last Thursday’s community time saw the conception of Community Dance Hour, a dance class that invites everyone belonging to the St. Olaf population, from the left-footed professors to the twinkle-toed dance majors, to step, clap and pivot as one. This event will take place throughout the year during community time on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month.

Minneapolis 'folk/hop' artist returns to the hill

For musical artists, performance attendance at the Pause is as predictable as a friendly game of Russian roulette. You walk in to either find six people standing around talking to each other, or a room full of potential fans. Really, the size of the audience has less to do with musical prowess than with the effectiveness of word-of-mouth advertising and what movie is playing in Viking Theater.

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