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ISSUE 117 VOL 4 PUBLISHED 10/10/2003

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War result of insinuations

The Bush administration’s push towards war in Iraq was marked by one sly, deceptive move after another, and President Bush just topped them all. more...

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- Cycle set in motion; nursing cut a sign of what is to come
- Editorial: Signs of the times
- Clark has what Americans need
- more opinions...

Film Club: the remake

Going to the movies is a strange phenomenon. Why would people want to sit in uncomfortable chairs and watch movies with strangers when they could rent movies and watch them in the comfort of their own homes? It’s the mass experience that is the appeal: we want to learn something from a movie, but we want to learn with others. The St. Olaf Film Club is based on this premise. more...

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- Hagedorn's CD sounds "Solid"
- A night of techno: Tiki Obmar and Cepia play complex, emotional sets
- more arts...

Soccer shooting for high goals

The St. Olaf women's soccer team emerged unbeaten from last weekend's two-game homestand. more...

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- Killing dreams: WUSA needs savior
- Oles lose defensive struggle: Tommies use second half surge to open up tight game
- Women look forward after unfulfilling finish to year
- more sports...

Magic: The Gathering

The game has been called “cardboard crack” and “Magic: The Addiction.” Its players have been labeled geeks or worse, freaks. The world of “Magic: The Gathering” has remained an obscure, unexplored subculture for many, even for those at St. Olaf where an unofficial Magic club meets every Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Mellby lounge. more...

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- Critic's Corner
- Trick(ster) or Treat
- A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore
- more variety...
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