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ISSUE 118 VOL 18 PUBLISHED 4/29/2005

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Faux Pas sold

Mark Barnhart ’06 will buy Faux Pas Printing from Brian Peters ’05 May 15. Barnhart made his first payment towards the business on April 15 and will make his final payment May 15.

Generations bond: Mothers, daughtersdiscuss life, skydiving

In a pre-celebration of Mother's Day, moms from all over the country flocked to the St. Olaf campus to have dinner or brunch with their daughters this past weekend.

Pharmacists exceed authority

Morality is somewhat of a hazy issue in America today. more...

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- Sing, O Muse, for concert hall
- Readership program expands worldview
- Celebrating our ‘Common Green’
- more opinions...

Scholz conducts powerful 'Requiem'

Sunday evening’s performance of Benjamin Britten’s “War Requiem” marked a powerful, final concert for Chapel Choir director and Professor of Music Robert Scholz ‘61. more...

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- Early music singers reinvigorate Renaissance music
- Artist recounts Holocaust experience
- more arts...

No place like home: Women excel at Manitou Classic

After competing in the 2005 Lee Krough Invitational at Gustavus April 16, St. Olaf hosted the Manitou Classic at Manitou Field Saturday. more...

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- Off-season? It's on!
- Fans should stay in stands
- Men impressive at 'Relay' events
- more sports...

Leaving their mark

As the end of the school year draws near, graduating seniors are not the only people preparing to bid St. Olaf a fond farewell. Numerous professors are also approaching a pivotal time in their lives – retirement. more...

Also:

- Turtles sound tuneful
- Networking volunteers
- Is he ... gay?
- more variety...
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