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ISSUE 116 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/21/2003

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In Mellby’s footsteps: Lagerquist assesses views of school, future goals

The 21st annual Carl Mellby Memorial Lecture series continued last Thursday with a talk by L. DeAne Lagerquist, Associate Professor and chair of religion. Lagerquist’s lecture was titled "The Observations of the Observed: Theological Literacy, the Liberal Arts and Global Perspective."

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Woman versus machine

For some St. Olaf students, attending St. Olaf theater productions has become the banal hallmark of campus life. Students can often be heard saying, “I got us tickets to that show this weekend. What’s it called?” While students’ excitement, or lack thereof, may very well be a direct reflection on their past theater experiences at St. Olaf, this weekend’s production of “Machinal” broke the mold of theatrical anonymity in almost every fashion. more...

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- Dragging the line
- Roll over, St. Olaf
- more arts...

Daymont places second at Nationals

The life of a track athlete can be a frustrating one. A whole season’s work sometimes ends up being measured in quarters of inches or fractions of seconds. For Megan Daymont ‘03 two tenths of a second and Liz Woodworth of Wisconsin Oshkosh stood in the way of Daymont’s first national title. more...

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- Pool craze on campus
- Tourney talk
- Unrest in March leads to Madness
- more sports...

Blondes battle clichés

Throughout the ages, blondes have had various stereotypes and classifications attached to them. These ideas have gone through continuous changes, ranging from Eve’s innocent golden ringlets that signified purity, to the dumb blonde jokes that relate hair color to intellectual ability. more...

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- Brunettes ponder roles
- Women of color concerned with more than hair tint
- ‘The Philadelphia Story’ still entertaining after 63 years
- more variety...
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