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ISSUE 121 VOL 16 PUBLISHED 4/11/2008

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Homelessness probed

Nine St. Olaf students participated in a Center for Experiential Learning-sponsored homeless immersion experience called "A Day in the Life." The program is facilitated by St. Steven's Human Services in Minneapolis and is open to the public as a way to learn about the realities of homelessness.

Relief trips serve

Rather than heading home and spending Easter with their families, 150 St. Olaf students chose to devote their break to volunteering and rebuilding homes for families in need.

Support vocalized

At last week's student senate meeting, a resolution voicing support of Iranian Baha'i Students was passed.

Kosovo suberts authority

We should question why nations such as ours have jumped to admit this independence in such haste. Surely there is more than Kosovo's independence on our governmen's agenda. more...


- Green spring break
- A Word from Our Editors: Knowing my name
- Possibility for campus change neglected
- more opinions...

Cast of 'Les Belles Soeurs' preps for debut

Michel Tremblay's "Les Belles-Soeurs," playing in Kelsey Theatre through April 12, packs quite a punch. more...


- Pedagogy event teaches bells, Kodály
- Koenigsberg performs
- more arts...

Softball drops pair at home: Team plays first home games, surrenders 16 runs in losses

After a considerable delay, the St. Olaf softball team finally played their first home game of the season Wednesday afternoon, falling to Gustavus in both games of a doubleheader. more...


- Baseball outlasts Bethel
- Men win in blowout
- Inside the Lines: Thank you, commentators
- more sports...

Science Museum of Minnesota: The marvel of nature revealed

The Science Museum of Minnesota offers sensory approaches to learning about the sciences that embarrasses stereotypical, dry textbooks. more...


- Earth Day provides service work
- Echo DVDs spares wallet
- Anti-Muslim movie misses mark
- more variety...
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