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ISSUE 119 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/11/2005

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EMTs increase presence

St. Olaf Emergency Medical Technicians (SOEMTs) celebrated their eighth year on campus during National Collegiate EMT Awareness Week, Nov. 7-11. The group, which formed in 1997, is working to increase its presence on campus through inservices, interest meetings and CPR classes.

Carleton receives apology letter with signatures

Members of the student Senate presented a letter of apology to the Carleton Student Association at the Carleton Senate meeting Monday night. The letter was written in response to the actions of rude Ole fans at the Cereal Bowl on Oct. 8.

Jackson touts Parks, diversity

St. Olaf audiences tend to be very generous with their applause. On Sunday, a packed-to-the-rafters crowd in Boe Chapel gave the Rev. Jesse Jackson a standing ovation before he even stepped up to the podium. more...

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- Letter misguided
- Unrest in Argentina
- Bush needs to take a stand
- more opinions...

One Voice sings of unity

People from different walks of life, race and age assemble on choir risers in the front of Boe Chapel. Their brightly colored shirts evoke a rainbow. They are the One Voice mixed chorus, the Twin Cities’ GLBT community chorus. Brought to St. Olaf with the support of St. Olaf’s GLOW! (Gay Lesbian or Whatever!), they were embarking on a three-day tour of southern Minnesota. more...

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- Mbele reads
- Exhibit offers digital art, photos
- 'Choral Day' wows
- more arts...

Men's hockey opens season in style

The St. Olaf men’s hockey team opened its season with a 5-5 tie against the thirteenth-ranked University of Wisconsin-River Falls last Friday at the Northfield Ice Arena The Oles jumped out to an early 4-1 lead but a third-period letdown prevented the team from earning the victory against a nationally-ranked opponent. more...

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- Proffesor proffers sports opinions
- Inside the Lines: March, here we come
- Women's hockey endures loss in opener
- more sports...

STOGROW plants new roots

An L-shaped plot of dirt, some rambling chickens, a couple of sheds, a barn and a farm emerge out of the dusky darkness at the bottom of the Hill. Located at the edge of St. Olaf’s natural lands, the farm is quiet now after a busy growing season. more...

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- '"Jarhead" Reinvents war movie genre
- 'Scene' beats critics: 17-member collective lives up to hype
- All Taliaferro needs is love, love, love
- more variety...
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