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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

Authors

Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Carl Schroeder
  • Sound of (natural) music (118-20)
  • Band gives lively concert (118-17)
  • Merritt's cool composure (118-11)
  • WCAL waves goodbye (118-10)
  • 'Band' new day dawns (118-9)
  • Barba gives talk (118-8)
  • Election fever subsides (118-7)
  • 'Collage' a work of art (118-5)
  • Moot Moodleing (118-2)
  • Save WCAL (118-1)
  • Senior soloists play goodbye (117-19)
  • College Republicans exploit 9/11 (117-19)
  • Philharmonia plays final concert for the year (117-18)
  • Alaska native releases one chill album (117-17)
  • Band welcomes new season with new song by graduate (117-15)
  • A year's reflection on Iraq (117-14)
  • Orchestra caters to all ages (117-14)
  • Group attacks faculty (117-11)
  • Viva la banda: Ole band returns (117-11)
  • Valhalla Band plays ‘light’ on cold night (117-10)
  • Souls awaken to tradition (117-10)
  • Faculty concert for the ages (117-9)
  • Doin' It: Janine Wetzel PAC Coordinator (117-8)
  • Herrera lights up the Pause (117-7)
  • Thomforde towers over political dinner (117-7)
  • Orchestra home from the West (117-6)
  • Riding winds of change: fundraiser promotes renewable energy source (117-5)
  • One more high note for Argento (117-5)
  • Bush slights gay marriage (117-5)
  • Hagedorn's CD sounds "Solid" (117-4)
  • Student engineers spin success (117-2)
  • Student engineers spin success (117-2)
  • 1964 grad returns to play horn recital (117-1)
  • Student musicians jazz it up (116-19)
  • Pausing for peace (116-18)
  • Critic's Corner: "BOOM!" explores powerful themes with great music (116-16)
  • Roll over, St. Olaf (116-15)
  • St. Olaf percussion plays distant drums (116-14)
  • Requiem comes up roses (116-13)
  • Heitzig writes fanfare for an uncommon man (116-11)
  • Blame it on the bossa ‘Nova’ (116-11)



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