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ISSUE 118 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/17/2004

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A chance to give back: Volunteers called to make a difference

As the school year begins, many students find themselves ready to get involved with the community outside of the classroom. Fortunately, the St. Olaf Volunteer Network, a program on campus that helps students get involved with the community, held its annual fair Wednesday evening in Buntrock Commons.


For nearly four years, St. Olaf College President Christopher Thomforde has provided our community with wise, thoughtful leadership. His diplomatic willingness to engage the student body and consider our input on a variety of complex issues facing the college, such as the budget crisis and the intellectual diversity controversy, has set an admirable example for open campus discourse and debate. more...


- Swiftly playing with the truth
- Political conventions can do better: Republican, Democratic rallies have lost original purpose
- Forgetting too soon
- more opinions...


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One for the Ages: Oles stage largest comeback in team history, upend Luther

Do you believe in miracles!? That was the question posed by broadcaster Al Michaels after Team USAs improbable victory over the Soviet hockey team during the 1980 Winter Olympics. But the sentiment could have just as been expressed following the St. Olaf football teams amazing 32-31 come-from-behind victory over the Luther Norse last Saturday. more...


- Great things to come: mens cross country tunes up for season
- Volleyball splits at Invite
- Magic at Manitou
- more sports...

Seek, and you shall find

February may be designated Black History Month, but black history is woven into every day of every week of every month of every year. Without black history there would be no light bulb, there would be no refrigerator, no traffic light and no ironing board. more...


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