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Choir to Perform Mendelssohn’s Elijah

By Lauren Fellers Students can spend this weekend enjoying the arts at a show put on by their peers. On April 14 the Southwestern Chorale will be performing Felix Mendelssohn’s celebrated oratorio Elijah with the San Gabriel Choir. The show … Continue reading

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Horse Skull Statue

By this point in the year most people have probably noticed the rather unusual statue sitting between the library and the FAB: A horse’s skull atop a giant grey slab, staring with empty eyes out at passersby. “Monstrance for a Grey Horse” … Continue reading

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“Lifeboats” Art Exhibit

Heather Carter makes sustainable living an art in her exhibition “Lifeboats”. According to Carter, the 1994 Southwestern graduate, “Lifeboats started out as taking things that have had a life before and honoring them.” The exhibit consists of five pieces, all … Continue reading

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Guest Artists Speak About Feminism and Performance

Guest artists Abbie Conant and William Osborne will be visiting Southwestern Jan. 26-28. While on campus, they will speak about the European salon movements and their role in the development of feminism and other forms of egalitarianism. The talk will … Continue reading

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