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ISSUE 115 VOL 19 PUBLISHED 4/26/2002

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Peace Corps abundant at St. Olaf

St. Olaf College graduates the third highest number of Peace Corps volunteers out of all small universities and colleges in the United States, according to a recent report. Students, staff, and faculty members seem pleased with this statistic, which has further established St. Olaf as a globally minded school.

Krispy Kreme, glazed passion

Krispy Kreme doughnuts opened its doors to the Minnesota public at its Maple Grove location at 5:30 a.m., Tuesday morning. Anxious guests arrived the night before and nearly 75 people were already in line at 9:30 p.m. Not knowing too much about Krispy Kreme, I had the royal opportunity to attended the invitation-only grand opening of the doughnut heaven last Saturday and witnessed something very peculiar. more...

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- Die hard parents on the rise
- Kirby Puckett strikes out with public, fans alike
- April 15...again
- more opinions...

Gospel choir sings of unity

Boe Chapel was rocking last Friday night, April 19, with the sounds of the Christian Explainers, a South African gospel choir who travel the world, "committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and heeding to the Great Commission through music, song and speaking engagements." more...

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- Cardinal Rule: Oles still in first
- Sing Legato musical hits all the right notes
- Back to you, John Mayer
- more arts...

Eyes on the prize

Field of Dreams? For St. Olaf Baseball Coach Matt McDonald it is. more...

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- Softball team warms up during big chill
- Inside the lines: Minnesota sports
- Track and field preps for Macalester Invite
- more sports...

'Murder' killing viewers softly

“Murder by Numbers” suffers from the “hair gel” phenomenon: try to put in too much style, and the whole thing goes flat. more...

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- Wellstock
- 'Walla' shares soft spot for political life - and buffalo wings
- Entertainment News in Brief
- more variety...
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