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ISSUE 120 VOL 7 PUBLISHED 11/10/2006

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Volunteers give service

Volunteer Network (VN) hosted their bi-annual VN week last week, offering students many opportunities to volunteer and give of themselves and their time. "It was a great week," Liz Frosch '07, VN coordinator, said, mentioning the increased variety of volunteering events.

Seniors plan their futures

"Life as a senior is strange. I feel torn between the consistent life of an Ole, and the very real, 8 a.m. world of an adult," said Liz Frosch ’07. "There is never a moment when I'm not thinking about the future, about ‘one year from now…’” Many Oles in the class of 2007, like Frosch, find that November brings the first burst of job applications, graduate school applications and panic about the future.

Turbine honors spirit

One hundred thirty-two years ago this Monday five Norwegian men gathered in a home in Northfield and signed the Articles of Incorporation for the “St. Olaf School.” This Monday we gathered in a cornfield in St. Olaf College to celebrate their idea, its continued success, and our new wind turbine. more...


- New Jersey empowers
- Feds preach abstinence
- Don’'t Make A Germ’s Job Easier
- more opinions...

Artists use new ways, new means

With the artwork of the Tetlie exhibit safely in storage, Flaten Art Museum welcomed the fascinating work of Christine Conley, a painter from Tennessee, and Michael Hopkins, a painter and photographer from Chicago, in the exhibit “New Ways and Means” Friday evening. more...


- Handbell choir finishes tour
- Dancers swing, swing, swing
- Choral Day showcases over 1,500 vocalists
- more arts...

Football makes statement: Endsley leads Oles to convincing win over Carleton

The St. Olaf College football team defeated the Carleton Knights 48-15 last Saturday, garnering local bragging rights for the 10th consecutive season. more...


- Winter Preview, Wrestling: Beyond a rebuilding year
- Winter Preview, Alpine & Nordic Skiing: Building a strong tradition
- Winter Preview, Women's Swimming & Diving: Talent to defend title
- more sports...

Northfield: A community with a creative flourish

If you're a fan of the arts, Northfield is a great town. It’s a strong artistic community backed by local businesses and individuals. more...


- The Pipettes bring back doo-wop
- Meditation Center invites all
- Sex on the Hill: Sexy politics
- more variety...
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