Joud Bayeh | Collegio Reporter A small organ on wheels, musicians and singers from PSU and food served by medieval peasants wearing feathered hats combined to create an aura of the Renaissance at the Madrigal Dinner on Friday, Nov. 30. The Madrigal Dinner is held annually by the PSU choir, and many guests, like Russ Vallier, have attended for several years. Vallier, a high school teacher in Chanute, says this was the fourth year in a row he has attended the dinner. He says one of the reasons he comes back is the food. “It’s a tasteful way to start the holidays,” said Vallier, who was accompanied by his wife, Karen. They are the parents…
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