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ISSUE 119 VOL 5 PUBLISHED 10/14/2005

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Science Center plans 'on track'

Planning for the new Science Center, a project discussed since the mid 90s, appears to be on track for construction to begin in spring 2007. Presently, a complex, two-part planning program is making progress toward construction. This program includes finalizing the design of the building as well as raising funds for the project.

Kate Moss' snorting snafu

I have long thought that there is a drug which keeps models looking unearthly skinny and beautiful. I now know that this drug is cocaine. Kate Moss – purveyor of world-class clothes and fashion role model for many women all over the world – was caught on film last month snorting the drug in a recording studio. more...

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- Carleton student disgusted
- Good sportsmanship
- Act endangers species
- more opinions...

Stress relief: Tour traditions

On Saturday, Oct. 15, the St. Olaf Orchestra will embark on a nine-day quest to rock the Midwest with Rachmaninoff. The 92 musicians will travel by bus to play nine concerts in eight different states, arriving in New York City on Sunday, Oct. 23 for a final concert in Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center before flying home to attend classes the next day. more...

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- Openers trump Bravery
- Musical sibling harmony
- more arts...

Football cruises past Carleton

Led by defensive captain John Davis ‘06, the St. Olaf football team elevated its season record to 5-0 with a 44-14 victory over cross-river rival Carleton College Saturday at Laird Stadium. This marks just the eighth 5-0 start in school history. more...

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- 'Huston' no problem for Ole women: Carlson leads cross country to 6K victory
- Inside the Lines: History in the making
- Volleyball breaks even at tournament
- more sports...

From Istanbul to Ytterboe

Water pipes are gaining popularity in the St. Olaf culture this year. The water pipe, more commonly referred to as a hookah in the United States and shisha (shee-sha) or nargile in Eastern countries, has become an increasingly recognizable centerpiece in dorm rooms across campus. more...

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- Sex on the Hill: It's not easy being gay
- Gray abandons signature intimacy
- Asian beetles invade campus: Learn techniques to combat bug infestation
- more variety...
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