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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Anne Torkelson
  • Northfield contra dance celebrates Earth Day (120-19)
  • International Night entertains: Students celebrate multicultural forms of dance, music, art (120-15)
  • Building community through contra dance (120-14)
  • Rapp shares new memoir (120-12)
  • Flaten features ceramic art (120-12)
  • Guthrie’'s ‘'A Christmas Carol'’ hits close to home (120-10)
  • William Scott receives third gold for violin (120-10)
  • Sam Miltich's gypsy jazz inspires dancing in the aisles (120-9)
  • Studies abroad retain top rank (120-9)
  • Dancers swing, swing, swing (120-7)
  • Artists use new ways, new means (120-7)
  • Moroccans share music, dance (120-5)
  • Companydance performs works in progress (120-4)
  • Ole teacher and alumnus direct at Guthrie (120-4)
  • Understanding 'Action,' 'Cowboy Mouth' (120-4)
  • Bagpipes heard on the hill (120-3)
  • Show at Carleton enchants Oles (120-3)
  • Japanese film prepares for Hiroshima survivors (120-2)
  • Broomball returns (119-10)
  • Speaker emphasizes fishery sustainability (119-7)
  • Cosmetologist cuts a good deal (119-6)
  • Gray abandons signature intimacy (119-5)
  • Swing dancers partner with Carleton (119-4)
  • Hot spots for hot dancing (118-14)
  • Pause plugs into need for acoustic venue (118-12)
  • Give more to relief: Aid must extend beyond Tsunami (118-11)



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