The study of humanities is humanities is helping is helping students confront the most important issues of the day by challenging ideas in a deep and systemic way, and drawing meaningful parallels between real-time events and those in the past.
By Eric Peterson
Darrius Morton ’19 has already auditioned for, and been accepted into, the ranks of the Minnesota Opera chorus, performing in all five of the ensemble’s operas.
By Julie Greene ’19
The Intersection of Science and Movement
Exercise science majors are completing a yearlong Directed Undergraduated Research project that studies functional movement and injury prevention in St. Olaf dancers and violinists. By exposing students to the rigors of research, this project is one of the ways that St. Olaf provides students with a high-impact educational experience.
By Marla Hill Holt ’88
The Vanished Viking
For more than a century, the college annual chronicled the people, events, and trend that shaped St. Olaf each year. It was a piece of art, a platform for commentary, and a repository for formal and informal photos. Did the digital age lead to its demise?By Joel Hoekstra ’92Read More