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ISSUE 119 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/10/2006

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Rumor has it... A new road will be constructed on campus this summer

In addition to building relocations, major construction will be begin this summer on a new road proposed to circle the campus.

Oscar upset upsets

“And the Oscar goes to…” “Crash!?” Excuse me? I must have been watching the wrong Oscars, because I could not possibly have heard correctly. more...

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- No cause for complacency on campus rape
- Floating Mardi Gras' boat
- Sale becomes political hot potato
- more opinions...

What would Gulezian do?

A line of students waiting to get into Michael Gulezian’s concert stretched all the way to the Pause’s front door last Friday night. From 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., more than 400 students stopped in to see the fingerstyle guitarist perform. more...

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- Sculptor lectures, moves 'Us and Them'
- 'Something' enchants
- more arts...

Mission Accomplished: Oles win MIAC, but falter in NCAA first round

Until last Saturday's MIAC title game, the Oles had never played for a MIAC title. In fact, the Oles garnered their last conference title in 1938, before the MIAC was formed, when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president, and when dancing, like drinking, was not permitted at St. Olaf. more...

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- Griffin lone Ole woman going to Nationals
- Inside the Lines: Tourney time beckons
- Oles play Dome ball, start 3-1
- more sports...

The Plastic Constellations

When TPC started as wide-eyed and bushy-tailed 15-year-old kids from Hopkins, Minn., they had no idea as to what their fate would be. But now, as maturing 23-year-old men, it has become increasingly clear that they are destined for greatness. more...

Also:

- Animal Collective freaks out at First Avenue
- Turf wars in Rolvaag: Studiers compete for library nooks
- Drag Ball provides change of pace, clothes
- more variety...
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