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ISSUE 118 VOL 12 PUBLISHED 3/4/2005

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Scholars salute Shakespeare’s work

Shakespeare, sonnets and scholasticism abounded at St. Olaf last weekend, thanks to the 4th annual Shakespeare Colloquium. Students from five different colleges gathered at St. Olaf to share academic papers, attend workshops, watch a play put on by the Smaller Shakespeare Company and talk with each other about the Bard himself.

Let us decide to be dry

Having recently returned from studying abroad in Lancaster, England, I came back with an alcohol-related crisis: the curse of a dry campus. When I first arrived at the University of Lancaster, I couldn't help but resort to my Olaf-induced attitude: that, despite the fact that I am of legal drinking age, if I act the slightest bit drunk, a Resident Assistant is sure to come and interrogate me about what I've been doing that evening. more...

Also:

- Misadventures in journalism
- Media misleads on Social Security plan: New York Times editorial dishonest about Bush's reforms
- Dean revitalizes Dems: Liberal icon provides resistence to Bush's agenda
- more opinions...

This is what a feminist acts like

In Dittmann’s crowded Studio One, a chorus of St. Olaf women took the stage for “The Vagina Monologues” in celebration of all that is female. They filled the stage with hues of pink and red, wearing anything from short skirts to neckties. more...

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- Dancers slide into "Second Skins"
- Pause plugs into need for acoustic venue
- Flute frenzy
- more arts...

Third time is charm for Oles: MacMillan’s game-winner late in final period secures playoff victory

The St.Olaf College men’s hockey team advanced to the semifinals of the MIAC tournament with a 3-2 win over Gustavus Adolphus College Tuesday night at Northfield Ice Arena in front of 565 diehard hockey fans. more...

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- New coach, new outlook
- Moss No Mas
- Wartburg spoils season opener for Oles at Metrodome
- more sports...

Caf Creations

When I was a kid, my younger brother and I would play this game called Double Dare. We would find the most disgusting, most ridiculous, most despicable ingredients to combine. more...

Also:

- Commmunal bathing no longer concept lost in translation
- Mixed messages on masculinity
- Sex on the Hill
- more variety...
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