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ISSUE 116 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/8/2002

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Sidewalks chalk controversy

Chalking is becoming increasingly popular on college campuses in Minnesota and across the nation. St. Olaf is no exception to this trend.

Students blind to world suffering

Chance, or choice, finds me leading a posh life in suburbia of the world’s superpower. It’s difficult not to be disgusted when we throw a war every time we want oil and a majority of citizens blindly fly red, white and blue when their patriotism is questioned. more...


- Administration ignores diversity
- Turkey shifts to Islam
- Registration gives unjust advantage
- more opinions...

Davis defies classification

Move over Limestones. A new and slightly folksier presence took the audience members of Saturday night’s Stuart Davis show and turned them into devoted fans. While the audience was sparse and consisted only half of St. Olaf students, Davis managed to make a strong impression on all of his listeners. more...


- Graves releases debut CD "Paradise Exists"
- Minnesota singers unite
- more arts...

Oles test winter waters

As the wind blows colder and the trees become more barren, fall sports are entering their last rounds of competition and beginning to wrap up their seasons. Meanwhile, the St. Olaf men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are preparing to step into the spotlight. more...


- Rice -A- Roni, the Oakland Treat
- ‘Big O’ edged out by Carls
- Flying underwater
- more sports...

Treatment Available for seeking students

Last year, the St. Olaf Counseling Center treated 403 students with their main concern being depression. more...


- Acknowledging severity of depressive disorders
- Exercising a new major
- 'Continuing the Story Cloth' during New Year celebration
- more variety...
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