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ISSUE 120 VOL 2 PUBLISHED 9/29/2006

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Conversation tables connect

Hosted by the language programs, weekly conversation tables have become a regular part of St. Olaf’s extracurricular language-learning opportunities.

Letter to the Editor

Many people have been wondering how and why the Lion's Pause selects and books its shows. I think it's only right for the student body to be clued in to the process of booking the "big fall concert." more...


- Early admission unfair
- Iran requires delicacy
- Terror laws shame Congress
- more opinions...


After two conference losses last week, the St. Olaf women’s soccer team rebounded with a win against a strong Wartburg team, but conference struggles continued as a loss to conference power Concordia-Moorhead on Saturday pushed the team’s conference record to 0-3-0. more...


- Japanese film prepares for Hiroshima survivors
- Tuesday is, in fact, the new black
- Fall concert preview: A closer look at Motion City Soundtrack
- more arts...

Football romps to 4-0: Oles embarass Augsburg, remain perfect

The St. Olaf College football team defeated Augsburg 68-17 last Saturday in MIAC play. With the victory, the Oles improve to 2-0 in MIAC play, and 4-0 overall. more...


- Inside the Lines: That magical season
- Struggles continue for men's soccer
- Women's soccer seeks improvement
- more sports...

The Thermals: The Blood, The Body, The Almighty Power of Rock

I have had the good fortune of following The Thermals since the band's infancy and have enjoyed watching them grow from an underappreciated, noisy post-punk rock band to an almost-as-appreciated-as-they-should-be, noisy post-punk rock band. more...


- The man inside the big, furry head: An interview with long-time mascot Ole the Lion
- Sex on the Hill: Get Tested
- Jewish Honor House offers kosher haven
- more variety...
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