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ISSUE 120 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/17/2006

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Fulbright applicants share goals

Fulbright scholarship applicants had an opportunity to share their project proposals with the larger St. Olaf community last Thursday afternoon in an informal gathering in Buntrock Crossroads. Over 20 applicants created posters and talked with faculty, alumni, staff and students, informing them about the Fulbright process and the issues their individual projects raised.

Midterms mandate change

Last Wednesday, with brilliant sunny weather and temperatures of 73 degrees Fahrenheit, was unusual in Northfield to say the least, and in the rest of the country as well. more...


- Turnout tricks annoy
- Church prompts change
- Zoos change philosophy
- more opinions...

Deciding who has the privilege to pee: Talented cast of ‘Urinetown’ delivers hilarious performance

It took me a while to realize why there were two port-a-potties covered in chains outside of the Speech/Theatre Building, but eventually I made the connection: “Urinetown,” currently playing in the Kelsey Theatre, is a different breed of musical from most St. Olaf shows of recent memory, and behooves a different sort of promotion. more...


- Jayber Crow, Jason Anderson rock Hilleboe lounge
- ‘Dreams’ performance full of passion, provocation
- Winter weather arrives
- more arts...

Skoglund hosts Regionals

The NCAA Central Regionals cross country meet ended the men’s and women’s teams’ seasons. Held at St. Olaf on Saturday, the meet featured 23 teams. Only the top five teams from each race qualified for nationals. more...


- Inside the Lines: NBA storylines
- Men struggle to find niche
- Mat results impress
- more sports...

Sex on the Hill: Masturbation tips

Despite the checks and balances we often place on our pleasurable pursuits, there are many ways to explore self-gratification that are often overlooked. more...


- Discovery Channel offers viewing alternative
- Ferrell reinvents himself in ‘Fiction’
- The proliferation of online 'cute'
- more variety...
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