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ISSUE 117 VOL 18 PUBLISHED 5/7/2004

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Science Symposium probes chaos theory

Today, St. Olaf will host its sixth annual Science Symposium, "The Strange Attraction of Chaos: Advances in Understanding Complex Systems."

Closing Remarks

Some may expect us to sign off of our editorial duties with a sad piece detailing our long hours, our favorite memories and continuing nostalgia about everything we will miss about our dear old Hill. Maybe we could even include a picture of us in our beloved office. more...

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- Iraq help needed now
- March in D.C unifies all for cause
- Derby Ads Shock
- more opinions...

Students play all that jazz

In what could be described as "jazz weekend" at St. Olaf, clusters of small, round tables were set up in front of the stage in the Pause on Friday and Saturday night, turning the venue into a jazz club. Jazz I performed a concert on April 30, followed by Jazz II and III in a joint concert on May 2. more...

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- Definitions a definitive success
- Philharmonia plays final concert for the year
- more arts...

Lacrosse caps off stellar season

Entering their fifth season as a St. Olaf club sport, the mens lacrosse team, known as Stolax to the players, faced a host of changes in what would be the programs defining year. more...

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- New coach, new results
- Baseball puckers up, splits with MIAC foes
- Home cooking
- more sports...

Lutefest

No Arbstock, no Wellstock, no fish soaked in lye. I guess that's why they call it the Blues. more...

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- Mean girls telling of high school horror
- Idol times
- Alt-rock band reveals Screech's powers
- more variety...
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