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ISSUE 116 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/13/2002

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Transfer students bond in Boundary Waters

With the largest first-year class in St. Olaf history, it’s easy to forget that this year has also brought the largest transfer class. The incoming number of transfer students this year totals 43, up from the average of 35. Students transfer to St. Olaf for many reasons, and many of this year’s transfers indicated that they were attracted by things from the programs to the beautiful campus to the close commnity. One common reason seemed to be the desire to leave a larger university and come to a smaller school with more personal contact between fellow students and professors.

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Senior triathlete finishes first race in record time

Eleven hours, twenty-four minutes and twenty one seconds. That’s how quickly Adam Book ‘03 covered 140.6 miles of varied terrain when he competed in the Ironman Wisconsin Triathlon in Madison last weekend. Of the 1700 competitors, Book was one of only 150 college students to compete in the event. more...

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