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ISSUE 120 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/2/2007

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Hoyme suffers damage

Hoyme Hall residents woke Saturday morning to find thousands of dollars' worth of vandalism to their hall's computer lab, lounge, ceilings and windows.

Votes tallied

Thursday Feb. 22 was no ordinary election day.

Conference centralizes education

Last weekend, St. Olaf hosted the annual Social Science Globalization and Social Responsibility Conference, this year entitled “Another World Is Possible.”

Franken admits run

For those of you who haven’t heard, Al Franken (author, satirist, Air America Radio host and speaker at St. Olaf last year) recently announced that he would challenge Sen. Norm Coleman in 2008 for his U.S. Senate seat. Admittedly, entertainers do not have the best track records as politicians. Arnold Schwarzescrewup, Jesse Ventura and Ronald Reagan have certainly set a precedent of mediocrity, and we can only imagine the horrors that would await Americans if they elected Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan to office (can anyone say legalized medicinal cocaine?). more...

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- Rusesabagina shares story
- Spears drama distracts
- Respect for the community
- more opinions...

Celebrating Boe’s new organ: From lightning strike to luminous music

The renewed Boe Chapel seems to lend itself to performers making stylish entrances, and Cantorei was no exception on the night of Saturday, Feb. 24 at the dedication hymn festival celebrating the chapel, its new worship books and, most of all, the new Holtkamp organ. more...

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- True Norwegian music fills Boe
- Saul Williams in the Pause: Spoken-word artist delivers sharp, poignant message
- Improv dances stand out in Rhythm Project
- more arts...

Oles dispatch of Gusties, but fall to Bethel in semis

The St. Olaf men's hockey team advanced to the MIAC playoff semi-finals with a 3-1 victory over Gustavus Tuesday in Northfield. The timely victory marks the first Ole win over Gustavus this season. more...

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- Baseball great, even late
- Inside the Lines: Sun, shorts and baseball
- Star Tribune scribe speaks out
- more sports...

Bald is the new black: Men embrace receding hairlines

What do Bruce Willis, Michel Foucault and LL Cool J have in common? Their contributions to society? Their devastating sexiness? Yes, but even more importantly, all three men are bald. Although baldness can be a sensitive subject for some, men across the country are bringing sexy back by taking pride in lacking locks. more...

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- Science forums unite public, experts
- Styles past, present give winter the boot
- Sex on the Hill: Behind closed doors
- more variety...
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