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ISSUE 115 VOL 16 PUBLISHED 3/22/2002

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Budget cuts angers pastor: Peters addresses national problems in chapel

Pastor Mark Peters, executive director of the Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy in Minnesota (LCPPM), addressed world, national, state, and local problems when he spoke at chapel on Tuesday.

High ideals demand more guidance

Sixty-eight days to graduation. I’m terrified. I imagine this is pretty universal. No one knows quite what the real world is going to be like, right? We’re all equally clueless. Well, maybe. But it seems to me like I ought to be channeling all this fear into some constructive action, like making concrete plans for the future. Only problem is, I have no idea how to go about this. more...

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- Convenience takes top priority
- Petty problem consuming St. Olaf
- Giuliani in contention for vice president
- more opinions...

Gulezian mesmerizes audience with guitar

“I don’t care for the cities out west that much, but there’s definitely something magic about the country out there … I tried to put some of that into my music right here.” more...

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- Make a date with Orchestra
- Student-directed Tempest proves a hit with audience, surpassing this year’s previous
- more arts...

Men's Alpine second in nation

It had been two years since the St. Olaf Men’s Alpine Ski team had gained national status for their success on the slopes. Last week, two years of preparation and hard worked finally paid off. more...

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- Men's Alpine second in nation
- One 'Cool' Customer
- ‘Princess Bride’ plays out
- more sports...

Catwalking into springtime

’This year a pretty face is a girl’s best accessory…’ Yeah. As opposed to last year, when ugly girls had a free ride…” more...

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- How to spice up your spring break
- Curling up on the couch with these must-sees
- Tearing down invisible walls
- more variety...
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