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A-Files examines past applications and letters
By Jeff Sauve
It's been awhile since my last A-Files column. This week we bring some levity from years gone by. While digging for some notes in the Registrar's boxes, I ran across a folder labeled, "Our Black Book. 1935-1938."
Critic's Corner: Mexican is no fiesta
By Jonathan Teigland
Arts and Lifestlyle Editor
Julia Roberts sure has strange taste. Just as Academy members have their pencils ready to mark her down for an Oscar for Erin Brokovich, she pops up with Brad Pitt in The Mexican, which is the strangest big star collaboration of the year.
Gulezian discusses St. Olaf's 'creative soul'
By Edward Zaspel
Lion's Pause Concert and Programming Chair
Garrison Keillor once commented, "If I could play guitar the way Michael Gulezian does, I would sit in front of the mirror and watch myself do it."
Music Notes: Dave Matthews Band's Everydayhits store racks
By Megan Parker
Fans of Dave Matthews Band (DMB) will be happy to hear that the new album, titled Everyday, has recently hit store racks. As the ninth album by the guys from Charlottesville, it was produced by Glen Ballard, who also worked with Alanis Morissette.
Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and McGegan master 18th century music
By Adam Luebke
Not every college campus has the treat of hosting a world-class professional orchestra once a year. Yet we at St. Olaf are given such a privilege when the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra comes to our dear old hill.
Senior Spotlight: Hult Exemplifies honesty and integrity
By Matt Logan
The St. Olaf community has been graced these past four years by the presence of an individual, the likes of whom may never be seen again among the college's student body, unless perhaps his children end up here someday.
Senior Spotlight: Smile makes Kyllo a familiar face
By Elisa Hatlevig
Kerry Kyllo's close friends and podmates describe her in the most flattering terms. "An amazing and beautiful person."
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