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ISSUE 119 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/12/2006

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Regents 'expose' Facebook

The Board of Regents Student Committee (BORSC) took it upon themselves to educate the student body about Facebook last week, through informative posters and printed copies of students' profiles displayed in the skyway west of Boe Chapel.

Myth of 'bubble' bursts

In my nearly three years on campus, I have heard people mention time and again this mythical bubble that seems to surround our campus – you know, the one that keeps us from finding out information about anything that exists beyond Norway Valley. The great catch-all of the “bubble” has now become a great excuse to avoid personal accountability at St. Olaf. more...

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- Music major stifles
- Farewell and thank you
- Avian influenza alarms unduly
- more opinions...

Companydance ravishes crowd

Last weekend, the frenetic performers of Companydance filled Kelsey Theater for their spring concert. The company's directors invited the audience to “join in our exploration” in the event's program, leading attendees to wonder where meaning can be found in modern dance performance, and who supplies it. more...

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- Senior art stirs
- Polley bids group adieu
- Choir concert a mixed blessing
- more arts...

Moving on, looking forward: Baseball turns focus to conference tourney

After watching the MIAC regular season championship narrowly evade their grasp Saturday afternoon, the St. Olaf baseball team now must shift their focus to more relevant matters: This weekend’s MIAC Tournament. more...

Also:

- Inside the Lines: 'Whoa nellie' no more
- Lacrosse wraps up stellar spring
- Triathalon nears
- more sports...

Ole rockers crank out first album

The Plagiarists look different this year. Twelve months ago, when the band started jamming regularly in the Lion's Pause and penning original songs, the group sounded like your average, run-of-the-mill indie-rock act. more...

Also:

- Cigs and cycles: Team competes, dominates
- Readers hungry for The Pickle: The satirical newspaper makes a comeback
- Sex on the Hill: Asexuality: Not just for amoebas
- more variety...
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