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ISSUE 117 VOL 6 PUBLISHED 10/31/2003

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Band plans to donate instruments, time

Instead of worrying about experiencing culture shock when they travel to Mexico during Interim 2004, the members of the St. Olaf Band will be immersing themselves into the lifestyles of the Mexican people by donating over two dozen instruments to the impoverished city of San Miguel Tzinacapan.

Heatwole's actions childish

College students often have a reputation of embracing causes, but sometimes the path one takes to champion a concern can move all too quickly from influential to immature. From Feb. 7 to Sept. 14 of this year, Nathaniel Heatwole, a 20-year-old college student at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C., smuggled box cutters, bleach, clay (simulating plastic explosives), and matches past security on six different occasions at Raleigh-Durham and Baltimore-Washington airports. more...


- Late-term abortions ended: Ban saves many infants
- Late-term abortions ended: Rights taken from women
- Rich gain at expense of the rest
- more opinions...

Cantorei sounds make waves

Last Tuesday, the St. Olaf Cantorei became the first choral group ever to record in an anechoic chamber. They sang for a small group of onlooking scientists from 3M and the Wenger Company, who recorded the choir for the purpose of furthering acoustical studies. more...


- Orchestra home from the West
- Anything but generic: Local band Sue Generis amazes Pause crowd
- more arts...

Running game powers Oles to win

After dropping four straight conference contests, the Ole football team won its first game in over a month by dismantling Hamline 43-13 on Oct. 18. The team hoped to build on that momentum as they welcomed Macalester to Manitou Field for the final home game of the season. The Oles had plenty of reasons to be confident heading into the showdown with the Scots, not the least of which was having MIAC Players of the Week Brian Senske ’04 and Nate Johnson ’05 on the field. more...


- Men dominate Auggies, advance to playoffs
- Volleyball’s season ends in loss to Knights
- The injustice of sports
- more sports...

Here's to you, Mrs. Robinson

In this modern era, everyone would like to think that age does not matter, especially when it comes to dating. But somehow a relationship seems that much more intriguing when a fossil like J. Howard Marshall II takes up with a young thing like Anna Nicole Smith. It has long been common for older men to date younger women. And while those relationships always capture the public’s, even more intriguing, and becoming increasingly common, iswhen a relationship exists between an older woman and a younger man. more...


- Rise and Shine: Morning Sex
- Critic's Corner: "Mystic River"
- Old friends
- more variety...
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