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ISSUE 115 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/1/2002

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Lent, give up the sacrificing

Ahhh, that lovely season of Lent is upon us once more and with it comes the tradition of giving something up, or sacrificing, if you will. Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m all for religious reverence, personal examination, and small acts of humility. Somewhere along the way during all those years in private school, that’s how this practice of giving something up for Lent was described to me. more...

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St. Olaf draws artist alum back: artist Ward Sutton ’89 to give presentation and display gallery

St. Olaf alumnus Ward Sutton ’89 will return to campus next week to give both a multi-media presentation and an art exhibition. The presentation, which will take place on March 7 at 7 p.m. in Viking Theatre, is entitled “Artobiography: From Manitou to Manhattan,” and details his progression from a St. Olaf graduate to a successful artist in New York. more...

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Downhill not missing a gate, men's and women's alpine going to New Hampshire

March 6-9, both the men's and women's alpine ski teams will make an appearance at the national meet. It will be held at Waterville Valley, N.H. more...

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Behind St. Olaf’'s Stained Glass

The college was founded as a religious academy, was at one time associated with a seminary, and has been officially supported by Lutheran churches for over a hundred years. But these bare facts don’t reflect the wide range of religious experience among St. Olaf students and faculty. more...

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- Behind St. Olaf's stained glass
- Take a walk through this ‘Park’
- Still learning to grieve
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