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ISSUE 119 VOL 3 PUBLISHED 9/30/2005

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Walk raises awareness

The Crop Walk, the annual fundraiser for the Church World Service, an ecumenical organization representing 35 different Protestant, Anglican and Orthodox organizations, took place in Northfield Sunday. A few hundred people participated in the event, which is designed to raise money and awareness about world hunger.

Lear ponders ethics

The Belgum Lecture series has been at St. Olaf for as long as many professors and alumni can remember. Now in its 27th year, the series brings to campus great thinkers who share their philosophical insights with students, faculty, and other members of the Northfield community.

Ole store all grown up

By virtue of its name alone, the Ole Store represents itself as an entrepreneurial extension of St. Olaf College. more...

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- Textbooks traumatize
- Katrina Krispies
- Bashing misguided
- more opinions...

Consistent variations

Showing a perfect blend of technical and lyrical mastery, Professor of music Kathryn Ananda-Owens performed J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations to a large crowd in Urness on Sunday. more...

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- Quartet presents precision
- Concert benefits Katrina victims
- Soulful slips forgiven
- more arts...

Volleyball stays in playoff hunt

Despite its up-and-down start to the 2005 season, the St. Olaf volleyball team finally appears to be getting back on the right track. more...

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- Oles remain undefeated: Offense leads way in rout of Macalester
- Inside the Lines: Sound of sport
- Men hang tough in MIAC
- more sports...

Dorm myths

Sometime between the rush of March 1 acceptance letters, high school graduation open houses and hysterical trips to Target with family, the incoming class of first years at St. Olaf receives its room assignments. more...

Also:

- Beck shows signs of fatigue: St. Paul concert lacks musician's usual gusto
- Sex on the Hill: Sluttery
- 'Corpse Bride' pales to 'Nightmare'
- more variety...
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