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ISSUE 121 VOL 12 PUBLISHED 2/29/2008

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Contest saves on energy

As the winter comes to a close, St. Olaf students have been making an effort to cut energy consumption, both on their own campus and across the nation.

BORSC presents

This past Thursday, the Board of Regents Student Committee met with the Board of Regents during the Board's visit to campus.

Art, history resonate in new film series

Bolt teaching chair in the humanities Diana Postlethwaite shares her enthusiasm for film by unyieldingly promoting film studies at St. Olaf. Her newest endeavor is the Classic American Film Series, which presents a landmark American film every Monday at 7 p.m. in Buntrock Commons' Viking Theater.

McCain's politics deceive

Regardless of your political affiliation, the prospect of an Obama-McCain showdown is exciting. more...

Also:

- Kosova demands liberty
- A Word from Our Editors: Pride
- Leaky bathtub sinks ceiling and morale
- more opinions...

Johnson choreographs Companydance

This semester, two choreographers visited the St. Olaf campus to set dances on members of St. Olaf Companydance. more...

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- Flaten exhibits 'Prints in Time'
- Ole Choir returns home
- Guthrie shows Ibsen's timeless 'Peer Gynt' production
- more arts...

Hockey splits final weekend

Friday marked the final home hockey game, including the "senior night" tradition. The six seniors recognized before the start of the game led their teammates to a convincing 4-1 victory over St. Thomas, then-ranked fourth in the nation. more...

Also:

- Basketball falters in final game
- Inside the Lines: Reasons we watch
- Women's hockey battles hard in season-ending series loss
- more sports...

Making a difference in Africa

According to the World Health Organization, roughly 33.2 million people worldwide are living with HIV/AIDS. It's a staggering statistic, especially when you stop to consider that an estimated 22.5 million of those cases are concentrated in sub-Saharan Africa. more...

Also:

- Lindy Fest continues swing tradition
- Sequel delivers mindless fun
- New festival sparks student film legacy
- more variety...
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