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ISSUE 115 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/8/2002

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SGA election draws crowds

On Mar. 1, Student Government Association (SGA) executive candidates realized the desires of the student body through the polls. Brock Metzger ‘03, who was elected president, is looking forward to the challenge of bringing the student body closer to its student government.

Staff, faculty study Ally role

On Feb. 27 a group of faculty and staff met to discuss being an “Ally” to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) people on the St. Olaf campus.

Campus Security Report

A list of the incidents requiring St. Olaf public safety between Feb. 25 and Mar. 3, 2002.

Reality TV, a skewed slice of life

The problem with reality programming, is that once television producers have successfully obscured the line between artistic performance and actual life, they use it to purport a reality that is invariably skewed. more...

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- Fifteen for a Viking
- Student groups earn positive response: Dean praises campus' ability to develop decisions
- Senate vies for better communication
- more opinions...

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- more arts...

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- more sports...

Stretching the soul

In a culture that is consistently setting its sights upon the future, while attempting to reconcile the past, some members of the St. Olaf community are learning the value of being able to "be here now." more...

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- Wainright reigns right
- Madness and the movies
- Running around the college clock
- more variety...
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