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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Visiting speakers address pollution

St. Olaf honored its commitment to academic integrity and environmental stewardship Friday with the ninth annual Honors Day science symposium titled "Living in Our Toxic World."

Seniors preview Regents complex

Along with the traditional fanfare of the graduation ceremony and Senior Week, the class of 2008 has an extra bonus to look forward to: an exclusive tour of the new Regents Hall of Natural and Mathematical Sciences.

Alumni donations celebrate

This year's Philanthropy Week focused on bringing attention to the Honor Houses, Volunteer Network and the Senior Giving Campaign.

Anniversary marks injustice

This week marks the 60th anniversary of a momentous event in the Holy Land. It marks the point in time when, as Israeli historian Ilan Pappe argues, 750,000 Palestinians were expelled from their land in an effort of ethnic cleansing. more...

Also:

- China threatens Taiwan's democracy
- Study abroad = party time?
- A Word from Our Editors: Two steps forward
- more opinions...

Festival to showcase one acts

A chance for not-so-well-known student actors to shine, the Quade One Act Festival is a collection of short theater performances produced every year by the advanced directing class. more...

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- Agnes a cappella welcomes new members
- Author explores 'Madness'
- 'Midsummer' stuns Guthrie audience
- more arts...

Baseball cruises past Bethel: Second-place Oles win 17-3 in final regular-season test

After a typical delay, and with another dominant performance, the St. Olaf baseball team closed its regular season with on a 12-game winning streak. more...

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- Westby off to Trials
- Women prepare for MIACs
- Inside the Lines: Celebrate schoolmates
- more sports...

Film retells canine tale

Any history buff who has read this far is probably consumed with indignation by now. And rightly so. more...

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- 'Iron Man' delivers
- Cataloging prof crushes
- Expiration Dating
- more variety...
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