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ISSUE 117 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 4/9/2004

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A look into budget history

St. Olaf has been experiencing budget problems its entire existence. Here are some of the highlights from the past 25 years.

Clarke Book Solid

It is incredible that the largest threat to America continues to be mishandled, and that President Bush should react so negatively to an account that tries to inform the American people of the shortcomings in the War on Terror. more...


- Questions Rise, Answers Fall; Professor writes on gay marriage issue
- Environmental progress essential
- 'The Passion' of satire in movies, TV
- more opinions...

Interactive "Neon" illuminates

The most recent art exhibit to come to St. Olaf, Vince Koloski and Brad Jirka's "Light and Action: Neon and Kinetic Sculpture," was a collection of striking contrasts. The show, which runs through April 11, included mediums ranging from neon to wood to magnets to raffia. more...


- Savoring last dance: Veselica performs to global beat
- Slow down
- more arts...

Strong pitching propels Ole sweep

Dorothy may have coined the phrase "There's no place like home," but you cannot fault the St. Olaf baseball team for taking a page from "The Wizard of Oz" as they won the season's first two home games over St. Mary's by scores of 2-1 and 15-4. more...


- The Messenger goes Clubbing
- Tennis set for foes
- Ole Sports Shorts
- more sports...

Air America

Had the liberal radio network Air America debuted a day later, some might have considered it an April Fool's joke. But it's no joke; starting on March 31 the around-the-clock unashamedly leftist network, led by figurehead Al Franken, claimed a place on the airwaves in a number of U.S. cities. more...


- Controversy follows Cobain, 10 years later
- Dolfo-Smith addresses sexuality
- A book one won't find 'Elsewhere'
- more variety...
Mess Poll
How do you feel about the recent news of a tuition increase?
This is news to me.
I am a senior. Thank god.
I'd feel better about it if a more adequate explanation was provided.
It's routine and expected. What gives?
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