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ISSUE 121 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/14/2008

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Pride week raises consciousness

Last week, GLOW (Gay Lesbian or Whatever!) and the Gender and Sexuality Center hosted Pride Week, designed to highlight issues and raise awareness regarding sexual orientation.

Involvement goes global

As St. Olaf continues to examine the theme of global citizenship this semester, many programs and departments have to consider the semester's sub-theme: civic engagement. One of those programs is the Center for Experiential Learning.

Political plans discussed

As the heart of campaign season approaches and everyone turns their attention to national and state elections, the College Democrat and Republican chapters of St. Olaf are gearing up for a promising year.

Obama recognizes gay rights

Days before the the Texas and Ohio primary were to be held, Obama released an "Open Letter to Gay Americans" detailing his positions on gay rights and explaining why gays (and those who support them) should vote for him. more...

Also:

- A Word from Our Editors: Tuition woes
- Food queues frustrate
- Engagements prompt graduation anxiety
- more opinions...

ISO embraces global cultures: International Night celebrates 42 years

The International Students Organization (ISO) celebrated cultures from around the world with music and dance Saturday at International Night. more...

Also:

- 'House Arrest' questions American identity
- Latin Play celebrates classics and cookies in 'Mostellaria
- Fiction & Poetry: Weeping Separation
- more arts...

DMR victorious at MIACs: Relay posts only win for men's track and field, team sixth at conference

The men's track and field team concluded their indoor season last weekend at St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn. The team finished sixth of the 11 teams present at the meet with 61 points. more...

Also:

- Fillmore vaults to second
- Both Nordic teams take first in country
- Women's tennis falls, Ho continues strong play in singles
- more sports...

Nude Models: An exposed exposé

Imagine walking into class on a Monday morning. You've got your coffee in hand, your homework is all done and you're at least kind of ready for the week. But instead of taking a seat with the students in the class, you head to the front of the room, strip off your clothes and strike a pose. Welcome to the world of nude modeling. more...

Also:

- Curling grows in popularity
- Transfer students cultivate community
- Sex on the Hill: Let's talk about sex, baby
- more variety...
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