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ISSUE 119 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/17/2006

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Boldt receives award

On Wednesday night, students, professors and college officials gathered in the Valhalla Room in Buntrock Commons to honor the 2006 Great Conversation Student of the Year, Hannah Boldt ‘08.

Puckett's death breaks hearts

It is fitting that news of Kirby Puckett's death reached Minnesota in the twilight of one of the first warm, wet-aired, muddy field days of March. Puckett, our state's adopted son of baseball, all teeth and cheeks and swift bat, passed away only weeks before his 46th birthday. more...

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- Talk to us
- New bill solves nothing
- Euphemistic changes
- more opinions...

'Wonder' shocks, amuses

It isn’t every Sunday morning that I can boast to my roommate that I spent the preceding evening with a clown, a suicidal alcoholic and a sexual deviant. This isn’t to say my nightlife lacks excitement or variety, but simply that this past Saturday night was a little more diverse than others. more...

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- Color abounds
- Film Club out of funds
- Orchestra concert disappoints
- more arts...

Tostrud plays host to excellence

On Friday and Saturday, St. Olaf’s Tostrud and Skoglund fieldhouses played host to the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships. more...

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- Goldsworthy reflects on season
- Inside the Lines: For the love of the game
- Tennis teams hit bumps in road
- more sports...

Tapping the secrets of bar etiquette

St. Olaf College is a dry campus – dryer than the Sahara desert it seems – and students are a bit like beer-loving camels. They are sometimes forced to go days, even weeks without a drink but they can smell one from over a mile away. more...

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- Belle & Sebastian a little too precious
- Discover your inner mustache
- Unearth a gem in 'The Apartment'
- more variety...
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