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ISSUE 120 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/14/2007

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Scholar granted prestigious award

St. Olaf Professor of English Richard DuRocher recently added to an already impressive string of accolades, grants and invitations stemming from his work on Puritan poet John Milton when he received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

Eat food, not face in Caf

Anyone living on a college campus is witness to public displays of affection. Even at St. Olaf, where some students bemoan a dire dating scene, sightings of intimacy are around every corner: handholding in the halls, back massages in Fireside, goodbye kisses outside the Cage. more...

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- Sr. Itus
- Putin chastizes America
- Coffee ratings puzzle
- more opinions...

St. Olaf Band pushes limits

Domestic tours are wonderful opportunities for St. Olaf ensembles to share their music with other communities across the country. The ensemble members and directors get a chance to further develop their sound as an ensemble as well as to get to know each other better personally. more...

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- Halloween, Alaska draws high praise, attendance
- Huie'’s photography illuminates, challenges
- Ancient play speaks to modern politics
- more arts...

T-Wolves behind the scenes: Mess editors share experiences as NBA media

What is the difference between Ole center Jon Bain ‘07 and Minnesota Timberwolves' All-Star forward Kevin Garnett? As it turns out, a lot more than just six inches, 40 pounds and $21 million in salary. more...

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- Men manuever into playoffs
- Oles, Cards play to split: Playoff scenarios numerous for women
- Reigning champs look to defend title
- more sports...

Energy wars

February is the month of love. At St. Olaf this means not only love for that special someone, but love for our earth as well. more...

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- 'Deathly Hallows' promises conclusions
- Addressing grave situations
- Sex on the Hill: Saturday morning
- more variety...
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