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ISSUE 121 VOL 2 PUBLISHED 9/28/2007

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Peace vigil held in square

The Northfield community celebrated the United Nations International Day of Peace with a weekend vigil starting on Sept. 21. The vigil and celebration are part of a worldwide annual effort established in 1981.

Constitution Day questions limits

In celebration of Constitution Day, a student panel debated "Constitutional Limits in Times of War" last Monday. Fifty members of the St. Olaf community observed a modern expression of liberty exactly 220 years after 39 men signed the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787.

'Eat Local' campaign educates

Bon Appetit, St. Olaf's food provider, has long been known for its environmental awareness, but last Tuesday it made special efforts to promote its locally grown menu items.

Fan advocates Britney sacrifice

Instead of sending more troops to battle, I propose we offer the Great American Sacrifice to our God. I propose we offer Britney Spears. more...

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- Facebook turns lurid
- Northfield bars discriminate
- Social ethics caricatu(red)
- more opinions...

Linda Talcott Lee shares 'the gift'

On Saturday morning, nearly 30 dance and theater enthusiasts gathered at Kelsey Theater to attend Linda Talcott Lee's master class on choreography sponsored by the Departments of Dance and Theater. more...

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- Clinics succeed
- Arneson shows 'New Work'
- more arts...

Football remains unbeaten

A 21-0 first quarter lead paced the St. Olaf football team to an easy 70-31 win at Augsburg College last Saturday. The offense scored touchdowns on 10 of 14 drives to bump St. Olaf's league-leading scoring average to 49.25 points per game. more...

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- Women falter again
- Volleyball digs out 1-1 week
- In slump, search begins on road
- more sports...

Ramadan: It's on!

An informal feast of cold pizza, Cage food, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and water bottles is spread out in the basement of Thorson Hall. The sun has just set, and after nine hours of going without food or water, a small band of worshippers prepares to end their fast. more...

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- China Buffet bombs
- Sex on the Hill: The Queef
- Online rental services do battle
- more variety...
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