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ISSUE 117 VOL 17 PUBLISHED 4/30/2004

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Dirty deeds aired out: Clothes Line promotes sexual assault awareness

On Sunday, the Sexual Assault Resource Network (SARN) put up the Clothes Line and Silent Witness projects as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. These displays, which are located in Buntrock Commons, seek to raise awareness about the amount and proximity of intimate violence committed.

We should get paid more

Senate made a number of mistakes last week in its decision to raise executive stipends from $900 to $2,000 per year. more...

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- 'Harmless fun' offends
- More information on campus ecology
- Gay pride week still provocative
- more opinions...

Digging into the literary scene

From term papers to essays, the act of writing is a daily activity for most St. Olaf students. But not all writing on the Hill is related to coursework  a growing number of Oles are also pursuing creative writing. more...

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- Showing their last colors: Senior art majors shine in final show
- 12 stars for eclectic 12 Rods concert
- more arts...

Men claim 5-4 victory over Concordia in MIAC tourney

In a fitting end to a season marked by challenge and improvement, the St. Olaf mens tennis team earned a fifth place finish Saturday in the MIAC conference tournament. more...

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- Ladies upset Tommies, fall to third place Carleton 7-2
- Oles balk against Gusties, prepare for MIAC leaders
- Honoring the spirit of a hero
- more sports...

Rock n' roll is dead?

The modern music industry is confused. In search of what is next to come, major record labels are scrambling to decipher what the youth of America want to listen to. more...

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- Just a typical night
- Clarkson, Aiken idolized
- Flattening of Flaten razes mosque, not spirits
- more variety...
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