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ISSUE 121 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/21/2008

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Bottled water proven dubious

This past week was designated St. Olaf's World Water Week, a week for the College to focus on the political issues surrounding water.

Moodle keeps tabs

Professors using the online classroom software Moodle have revealed in recent months that they can track student's academic behavior within each class page.

Candidates elucidate platforms

It's election season at St. Olaf, and the Student Government Association (SGA) is buzzing with activity. SGA hosted two forums last week where candidates stated their platforms and the voting community got their questions answered.

Democrats trudge forward

I had hoped that it would be like waking from a nightmare, a moment when it seems that everything had gone wrong, but none of it mattered. more...


- A Word from our Editors: Spring break for suckers
- Sex scandals undermine legitimacy
- Sweaters sprout clovers
- more opinions...

Junior, seniors perform

Over the past few weeks, the halls of the music building have been covered with colorful and often wacky posters and flyers advertising junior and senior recitals. more...


- 'Double Indeminity' holds up
- Batiks illustrate climate change
- more arts...

Baseball's offense sputtering

The St. Olaf baseball team scored just three runs in 14 innings en route to a doubleheader split with Mayville State University of North Dakota. more...


- Youth makes the difference
- Athletes sparkle
- Inside the Lines: Playoffs restructured
- more sports...

Lindsy Halleckson: Artist by day, rollergirl by night

In her journeys beyond St. Olaf, she also acquired an alternate identity. Today Lindsy Halleckson is better known as Rebel Stella: Roller Derby Extraordinaire and president of the board of directors of the Minnesota RollerGirls. more...


- 'Smash Bros.' rumble
- City bloggers go toe to toe
- Sex on the Hil: Get tan, not pregnant
- more variety...
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