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ISSUE 120 VOL 10 PUBLISHED 12/6/2006

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Manitou Cottage closes doors

Manitou Cottage, most recently home to International and Off-Campus studies, will be sold due to Science Complex renovations. The cottage, built in 1900, was home to St. Olaf’s President John Kildahl. As the top of Old Main Hill is reconstructed in preparation for building the multi- million dollar Science Center complex, many wondered where the cottage would go.

William Scott receives third gold for violin

William Scott Jr. '’75 won a gold medal at the Violin Society of America (VSA) International Violin making Competition this November. The biannual competition, held this year in Baltimore, Md., invites violin, viola, cello and bow- makers from all over the world to compete.

Science Complex inspires

It seemed as if the sky clouded over especially for the Science Complex groundbreaking, and by the time all was finished my fingers felt half-frozen, despite my gloves, from taking notes. But on the other hand, as cold as we all felt and as long as the groundbreaking ceremony seemed, it was really quite short compared with the 15 years St. Olaf has spent talking about a new Science Complex. more...


- Cold War kills another
- Sexual assault degrades
- Tampons trouble in Buntrock
- more opinions...

For God so loves the world: Choirs, orchestra deliver beautiful, successful Christmas Festival

Although simple courtesy prevents anyone from saying it, the St. Olaf Christmas Festival has traditionally been viewed by the masses as an “Ole Choir and friends” production. Indeed, the history behind the program supports this idea, and to be fair, the St. Olaf Choir is and has been nothing short of extraordinary throughout its existence. more...


- Guthrie’'s ‘'A Christmas Carol'’ hits close to home
- St. Olaf Band and new organ enliven chapel
- more arts...

Basketball cruises to overtime win

Opening their conference home schedule against Concordia on Monday, the St. Olaf men'’s basketball team managed a disciplined come-from-behind effort to earn its first league win, 64-62 in overtime. more...


- Decision with Auggies unlikely
- Inside the Lines: Glory after seven years
- All too familiar
- more sports...

Vegetarian holiday survival guide

Vegetarians and vegans have a hard time finding food year-round, and Christmastime is no exception. more...


- Donuts and pastries and breads, oh my!
- Tostrud's sauna steams away stress
- Sex on the Hill: Bitter women's disease
- more variety...
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