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ISSUE 120 VOL 18 PUBLISHED 4/20/2007

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Three receive classics awards

Three St. Olaf students have placed in this year’s Maurine Dallas Watkins contests, an annual competition sponsored by Eta Sigma Phi, the national classics honor society.

Here's to you, Jackie R

Baseball is tradition, a game that etches the past in stone and centers on faith rather than objective understanding. more...

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- Blame Imus, not hip-hop
- Letter to the editor
- A note
- more opinions...

‘Shrew’ adds tragic element to Shakespearean comedy

On April 11-15, the St. Olaf Theater Department presented William Shakespeare’s classic comedy “The Taming of the Shrew.” Performing such a famous work can be a monumental task for any cast and crew. Each ensemble must live up to the audience’s expectations by maintaining the play’s original flair and also entertain by adding its own unique spin on the work. more...

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- Celtic music with zing
- Veselica shows diversity through dance
- Installation pieces refresh senior art show
- more arts...

New ways to see the game: Analyzing trends in sports media

Blogs. Podcasts. Streaming video. Wikis. Web sites. Interactivity. Mobile content. Ten years ago, these would have seemed like made-up terms to most people. Today, they represent a fundamental shift in the way we disseminate information. more...

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- Ole winning streak snapped: Baseball splits with Johnnies after Cobber sweep
- Inside the Lines: End of mediocrity
- Golfers open spring season
- more sports...

Be cool: Dress for the heat

Ah, summer fashion. At times, we forget it exists. But with the arrival of warmer temperatures and sunny skies, it’s time to get prepared for long days outdoors and summer road trips. more...

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- 'Grindhouse' disappoints
- Consider dorm quirks, oddities
- Sex on the Hill: Men struggle too
- more variety...
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