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ISSUE 116 VOL 6 PUBLISHED 10/18/2002

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Luther defends vote for Iraqi resolution: Congressional, governor races examined as candidates discu

This election season has seen the state of politics go from Minnesota nice to Minnesota not-so-nice.

Utah bears scars of misuse

If only our President and his energy thugs had the wisdom of the native people who originally lived in this great land of ours. The Utah Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has a pathetic history of bribed officials, worthless policy initiatives, ineffective enforcement of rules governing land use and protection, and the inability to maintain even a semblance of concern for the political task for which it was created. more...

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- Defining today's feminism
- America driven towards military action
- America driven towards military action
- more opinions...

'Laramie Project moves audiences

The death of Matthew Shepard was remembered through "The Laramie Project," which ran Wednesday through Sunday at Haugen Theater. Eight actors and actresses played 67 characters in this two-and-a-half-hour long "docudrama" for seven sold-out audiences. more...

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- 5 Guys Theater Company provides students with alternatives to mainstage productions
- Poet reads from book-length poem 'Symphony'
- Cantus performs daring, diverse music
- more arts...

Volleyball gets payoff with playoff berth

The women’s volleyball team was victorious over Macalester College Wednesday night, defeating the Scots 30-26, 30-25, and 30-25. The win is more than simply a boost to the team’s record; it secured the team a place in the postseason playoffs. more...

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- Soccer shut down by Scots
- Cross country finished fifth at Pre - Nationals
- Royal heartbreak
- more sports...

St. Olaf ranks 17th as a top producer of undergraduate study

The most popular majors that St. Olaf offers are within the natural sciences and mathematics. This includes biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, and mathematics. more...

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- 'Jungle Fever' at the Science Museum
- Election 2002 – an overview of gubernatorial candidates
- Voting Demographics Shift
- more variety...
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