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ISSUE 120 VOL 4 PUBLISHED 10/13/2006

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Elnimeiry teaches language

Nine students sit in Buntrock 142 on Tuesday night. Their pens are poised over their workbooks. They draw characters, pronounce words and ask the teacher questions.

Rethink campus liquor

St. Olaf College has talked it to death, "it" being our dry campus policy. The same questions come up constantly: Is it outdated? Does it best serve the purpose of the college, or, for that matter, the students? more...


- Nuclear test destabilizes
- A New Hope?
- Meat costs environment, Caf
- more opinions...

Companydance performs works in progress

Friends and parents got a glimpse into the dance department’s process of creation Friday afternoon at the Companydance informal showing in Dittmann. The performance was a show of works in progress; as Chair of the Dance Department Janice Roberts said, the pieces in their current form may look the same later in the year, or they may not look a thing like they do now. more...


- Ole teacher and alumnus direct at Guthrie
- Understanding 'Action,' 'Cowboy Mouth'
- more arts...

Handled at Homecoming

The St. Olaf football team suffered its first loss of the 2006 season Saturday against St. John’s University, falling 37-21. With the loss, the Oles sit at 5-1 overall and are 3-1 in conference play. more...


- Volleyball crosses border, battles to 2-2 finish at Coe
- Inside the Lines: Bronx Buzzkill
- Women set for home stretch
- more sports...

Prehistoric beast thrills crowds

It’s not everyday the average St. Olaf student gets to handle an American alligator. But working with 'gators and similar cold-blooded creatures is business as usual for handler Jaime Pastika. more...


- Hypnotist mesmerizes students
- Decemberists’ storytelling delights
- Sex on the Hill: Coming out in style
- more variety...
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