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ISSUE 116 VOL 9 PUBLISHED 11/15/2002

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Early Father’s Day: Banquet reunites dads, daughters

Love at first sight is said to only happen once in a lifetime. According to Economics Professor Tony Becker, speaker at the Father/Daughter Banquet, this is not necessarily true. Love at first sight also happens the first moment a father sets eyes on his newborn daughter.

Enviromental protest misses the mark

As the Northfield News reported on November 9, 2002, the students descended on Northfield Amaco last week to raise awareness in Northfield and take part in a nationwide protest against the drilling. The protest could be deemed a success, except for a few key errors. more...


- State legislates dangerous laws
- Seniors scramble to get married
- Seniors scramble to get married
- more opinions...

'The Seagull' confronts social issues

Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" challenges young adults to face the complex issues of love, rejection, family relationships, money and change. It encourages audiences to emerge strong like the hearty bird " who can live on garbage if required, to keep going." Tom Stoppard translated this dark comedy into a lighter version revealing the harsh realities of life and the importance of perseverance. more...


- Final preparation for Blues Traveler consumes Oftelie
- Gospel Choir rocks Boe
- more arts...

Volleyball wins MIAC; NCAA awaits

On Nov. 9 the Ole Volleyball team showed St. Thomas and everyone in Shoenecker Arena that good volleyball is all about confidence, teamwork, and most of all, a passion for the game. more...


- Soccer ties Carleton to end season
- Danger in red zone
- A word from our editors
- more sports...

Uncovering details that reveal the essence of family

Preserving our past is important for preserving our future. In understanding the experiences of our ancestors one can better understand how our culture has helped to shape who we are. more...


- Flickerstick creating a ‘catastrophe’
- Soft market motivates students to consider graduate programs
- Critic's Corner: 8 Mile
- more variety...
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