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ISSUE 120 VOL 19 PUBLISHED 4/27/2007

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Givers donate funds

On April 12, faculty and students gathered in Buntrock Commons to celebrate the success of the latest Advancement Office drive, “Beyond Imagination.”

Webstream gains attention, viewers

Thanks to growing interest, both national and international, in St. Olaf events, the College is looking into increasing bandwidth to give more people a connection to campus life.

Reactions to shootings

Last Wednesday, I walked past the newsstand in Rolvaag and saw an angry face staring up at me, brandishing two handguns. more...

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- Reactions to shootings
- Women spawn sperm: Stem cells may help lesbian moms, infertile men
- Heir William back on market
- more opinions...

Ole Band proves its worth: Ensemble plays fantastic yet shamefully under-attended concert

On April 22, the St. Olaf Band proved yet again that it is more than worthy of being mentioned in the same breath as Ole Orchestra and Ole Choir with a fantastic, shamefully under-attended concert in Boe Chapel. more...

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- Northfield contra dance celebrates Earth Day
- Poetry enthusiasts gather for National Poetry Month
- 24 pianists, 24 preludes
- more arts...

Women's track team hosts Manitou Classic

If you were on campus last Saturday, you may have heard the dull drones of the announcer’'s microphones echoing from Manitou Field, where the St. Olaf women'’s track and field team hosted a meet featuring 20 schools and 600 athletes. more...

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- Tennis wins two of final three
- Inside the Lines: Slow starts or something more?
- Track ninth at Carleton
- more sports...

On the Road Again: A Funky Day Trip Guide

Looking for a day or a night off campus full of adventure and meaning? Need a place to study away from Northfield? These getaways fall off the beaten path, and are random – even educational– alternatives to the Saturday afternoon you might spend at the Mall of America or in your room on Facebook. more...

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- Adventure games suffer decline
- Sex on the Hill: Anti-climax
- ‘Vacancy’ offers consistent thrills
- more variety...
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