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ISSUE 118 VOL 4 PUBLISHED 10/8/2004

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Stav cooks up mixed responses

After experiencing the new cafeteria changes for a month, many students have expressed frustration about a more crowded Stav Hall, but also excitement regarding the changes in cafeteria food.

The right to be hostile

Last week the popular newspaper comic The Boondocks was censored from multiple newspapers including the Washington Post, New York Daily News and Newsday. more...

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- Civil debate between parties: Republicans, Democrats encouraged to have respectful discussion
- Have team will travel: Expos on the move
- Weapons article not at all accurate
- more opinions...

Singer Ben Folds, a full house

A sold-out crowd of 3,000 St. Olaf students and other guests packed Skoglund Auditorium on Saturday night to rock out to the piano prowess and vocal stylings of Ben Folds. The emotionally-charged show kept the audience on their feet and begging for more after Folds finished his electrifying set. more...

Also:

- It's not easy being 'green'
- Fiddle sticks
- A Rose Ensemble by any other name
- more arts...

A pre-view of things to come: Men run away with victory at Pre-National meet

The St. Olaf mens cross country team pulled off yet another spectacular victory last Friday at the 2004 Division III Pre-Nationals meet. more...

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- Men sidestep Johnnies
- Great moments in Ole sports lore
- Too little, too late as Tommies top Oles
- more sports...

The perfect house party: myth or legend?

Do you think you know how to throw the house party to end all house parties? The kind of party where guests wake up the morning after wearing somebody else's clothes, with mysterious bruises, a tattoo on their chest that says Bryce forever and no recollection of what happened the night before, except that it was awesome? more...

Also:

- Discounts divvy up dough
- Return of a new hope
- Plastic Constellations come to play
- more variety...
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