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ISSUE 116 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/21/2003

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Conference to look at world issues

Students, faculty, activists, and professors from across the nation will participate in the upcoming Globalization and Social Responsibility Conference that will be held this weekend.

America's left jumps ship

What happened to the good old days? You know, the ones when Americans stood tall and proud. Unified. It seems like only yesterday that Old Glory hung on every street corner, firefighters held the status of national celebrities, and Democrats and Republicans were linking arms on the steps of the Capitol singing "God Bless America." more...

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- A liberal's letter to George
- One nation under review
- Nation's dreams crash with shuttle
- more opinions...

Celebrating V-Day the ‘Vagina’ way: Carleton, St. Olaf monologues raise $10,500 for WomanSafe Cente

“Vagina” has never been said or written on the St. Olaf campus as much as it has in the last few weeks. Audiences reached near-maximum capacity at each performance of the first full run of “The Vagina Monologues” at St. Olaf this weekend. Over 422 tickets were sold for the Sunday afternoon performance alone, and seats had to be added for the sold-out show. more...

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- Blame it on the bossa ‘Nova’
- Looking inside ‘Blue Window’
- Heitzig writes fanfare for an uncommon man
- more arts...

'Uncle Scary'

On Wednesday night, the Ole men’s basketball team stood on the edge of greatness as well as the brink of bitterness. more...

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- Nordic second at conference
- Track competes on 'border battle' field
- Wrestling preps for regionals
- more sports...

Snapshots of cultural experiences: Students reflect on Interim and talk about what they’'ve learned

For Megan Gregory ‘'04, traveling to Ecuador over Interim taught her more about tropical ecosystems and socioeconomic issues in developing countries than can be found anywhere within a science book. more...

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- Possibility of war sparks discussion: Students speak out regarding controversy
- Organizing an Interim that’s worth the wait
- Heroism surfaces off the Hill
- more variety...
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