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ISSUE 117 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/19/2003

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New ID cards issued

In conjunction with Bon Appétit, St. Olaf has printed over 1600 new ID cards for St. Olaf students, staff and faculty.

News succumbs to sensationalism; Private lives of athletes overpowers airwaves and print

On June 30, a 19-year-old female employee at an Edwards, Colo. resort accused basketball star Kobe Bryant of sexual assault. Bryant, a shooting guard for the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers, claims that the sex was consensual. An Oct. 9 hearing will decide if there is enough evidence for the case to proceed to trial. more...


- Subversion: The Bush agenda
- Signs shoot up, carrying shot down
- Advice in retrospect
- more opinions...

To the tune of Mason

Before his show at the Pause, writer Ian Anderson had the opportunity to speak with Mason Jennings about his new album, "Century Spring" and his new only-released-on-tour album, "Simple Life." more...


- 'Collected Stories' told well
- 1964 grad returns to play horn recital
- Behind the scenes at auditions: Students compete for positions in music ensembles
- more arts...

Oles chew up Knights in Cereal Bowl

The St. Olaf football team jumped on Carleton early and amassed 500 yards of total offense in a 40-16 victory over their cross-town rivals. With the victory, the Oles retained the coveted goat trophy. Local company Malt-o-Meal added to this long-standing rivalry by sponsoring the game. The president of the winning team was awarded the Cereal Bowl trophy and cereal was handed out to fans in attendance. more...


- Volleyball set to claim MIAC: Oles aiming beyond preseason predictions
- McDonald replaces Book
- Women show promise in third place finish at Carleton
- more sports...

The other side of tracks and beyond

Ah, the St. Olaf bubble. Trapped on Manitou Heights, the clamor of the caf, pressure of professors and dodginess of the dorms all become too much at times, and one needs a little fresh air. Take a stroll down Ole Ave, and see what Northfield us has in store. One thing’s for sure – it’s more than just cows and contentment. more...


- Pitch your tent: Summer Camp Sex
- Doin' It: Seth Heringer, SGA vice president
- Planes, trains, and automobiles
- more variety...
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