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ISSUE 117 VOL 19 PUBLISHED 5/14/2004

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Science lectures stimulate

St. Olaf hosted its sixth annual Science Symposium on Friday, May 7. The symposium focused on chaos theory and its applications in the scientific world and in broader society.

Scandal Surfaces

Not that Im a cynic  note sarcasm here  but I cant say Im too surprised that U.S. soldiers were recently busted for abusing Iraqi prisoners. more...


- Off she goes, with reflections on years intact
- Electronic Shame
- College Republicans exploit 9/11
- more opinions...

If it smells like cod, it must be us

The sun shone through the newly budding trees on the lawn behind Buntrock Commmons as St. Olaf students gathered to enjoy the first annual outdoor music festival Lutefest, Saturday, May 8. The events began at noon, with Bon Appétit serving grilled hamburgers and veggie burgers on the plaza. The smell of lunch combined with the sounds of St. Olaf band Salt 513 enticed sun-starved students to get outside and take part in the day's activities. The successful festival lasted until 9 p.m., when the final band, Native American rock-blues group Indigenous, completed their set. more...


- Good 'Company'
- Senior soloists play goodbye
- Art show paints beautiful picture
- more arts...

Teams enjoy home track edge

The St. Olaf womens track & field team performed impressively in front of a supportive home crowd at the MIAC Championships May 7-8, placing fourth with a score of 95 points, their best finish in five years. more...


- Teams enjoy home track edge
- Baseball recovers, clinches tournament bid
- Wicks responds to inquiry into values regarding sports, religion
- more sports...

Transplants take root

The college search can be exhausting. However stressful it is as a high school senior, though, it's even more stressful for transfer students. more...


- 'Van Helsing' pleases, then teases
- 'Van Helsing' pleases, then teases
- James gang invades
- more variety...
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