Review: Boxing and dancing and puppets, oh my!
Feb08

Review: Boxing and dancing and puppets, oh my!

By Emily Loof, Copy Editor   Trick Boxing is an incredible production that combines boxing, ballroom dancing, puppetry, and more for a humorous and meaningful masterpiece. Minneapolis-based performers Brian Sostek and Megan McClellan performed Trick Boxing in the Page Theatre on Jan. 27. Sostek and McClellan, who are married and co-founders of the company Sossy Mechanics, which they created in 2000, also did residency programs at...

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Winner of The Voice performs in the Page Theatre
Jan24

Winner of The Voice performs in the Page Theatre

By Sami Johnston, Feature Editor   Javier Colon, winner of the first season of NBC’s The Voice, appeared on campus on Jan. 18 to perform a solo acoustic act in the Page Theatre. The singer-songwriter, who was coached by Adam Levine in 2011 for the show, played a mix of covers, earlier work, and songs from his upcoming album, Gravity, to reveal his unique blend of acoustic soul. Fans since Colon’s days on The Voice, junior Rachel...

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Playing with space
Jan17

Playing with space

By Jennifer Babolik Contributor   “From the Outer Regions” is the current exhibit featuring various works from artist Chris Rackley in the Lillian Davis Hogan Gallery. Rackley focuses on outer space through painting, videography, and creating moving contraptions. Rackley has been making videos and contraptions since 2010. His passion for science fiction filmmaking led to his understanding of optical illusions and how to build...

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49th Blue Angel: One for the (Music) Books
Nov23

49th Blue Angel: One for the (Music) Books

By Ena Moats, Cardinal Staff   Blue Angel 2015, hosted by music fraternity members of Phi Mu Alpha, showcased another year of diverse talent at Saint Mary’s. The past weekend’s shows, held on Nov. 13 and 14, included over 40 participants of all ages performing a range of musical acts. The audience was treated to unique versions of pop, country, rock, and folk songs that conveyed the student-performers’ enthusiasm and energy....

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Hyping up for Blue Angel
Nov06

Hyping up for Blue Angel

— By Katie Krull, Cardinal Staff —   The Saint Mary’s music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia-Eta Nu, is preparing for the annual Blue Angel student concert with practice underway and exciting new acts coming to the stage. Blue Angel has three shows: one at 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 13 and two on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tickets cost $6 in advance and $7 at the door. Tickets may be purchased with cash, check, or by...

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Medea: A Virgin’s Voice gives new voice to ancient tragedy
Nov02

Medea: A Virgin’s Voice gives new voice to ancient tragedy

— By Kirsten Evans, Cardinal Contributor —   Next week, Saint Mary’s Department of Theatre and Dance will present the world premiere of Medea: A Virgin’s Voice, a dark and moving story of greed, faith, and a mother’s love. The show premieres on Thursday, Nov. 5 and runs through Sunday, Nov. 8. There are two versions of Medea in existence, one by the Greek writer Euripides, the other by the Roman playwright Seneca. The Euripides...

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