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Digital news trades quality of information for quantity

Stories about plane crashes, hot celebrity couples and the world’s largest cow are just some of the many disparate news highlights accessible through social media. From Snapchat to Twitter to the New York Times app, news now takes on a wide range of formats and styles becoming ever distant from…

MDT and Oratory Bach Ensemble collaborate on St. John Passion

On Saturday, April 6, the Oratory Bach Ensemble, conducted by Carleton Choir Director Matthew Olson, collaborated with the Minnesota Dance Theater (MDT) on a performance of St. John Passion, combining music, song and dance in an outstanding two and a half hour celebration of art.  “We thought, how interesting would…

Experimental Dance Board stuns with winter showcase

Experimental Dance Board (EDB), an entirely student-run dance group on campus, performed their Winter 2019 show in the Weitz’s large dance studio this past weekend. “The primary purpose of Experimental Dance Board is to provide a rigorous but inclusive outlet for student-choreographed works of dance,” said Margaret Anne Puzak ’20,…

Experimental Dance Board stuns with winter showcase

Experimental Dance Board (EDB), an entirely student-run dance group on campus, performed their Winter 2019 show in the Weitz’s large dance studio this past weekend. “The primary purpose of Experimental Dance Board is to provide a rigorous but inclusive outlet for student-choreographed works of dance,” said Margaret Anne Puzak ‘20,…

Reflecting on outer appearence, growing up in the digital era

The popular phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover” is often casually used as a reminder to focus on “inner beauty” rather than outward appearance; however, internalizing its message proves to be challenging. The pressure to conform to society’s beauty standards makes it hard to not care about personal…

Reflecting on outer appearance, growing up in the digital era

The popular phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover” is often casually used as a reminder to focus on “inner beauty” rather than outward appearance; however, internalizing its message proves to be challenging. The pressure to conform to society’s beauty standards makes it hard to not care about personal…