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ISSUE 121 VOL 3 PUBLISHED 10/5/2007

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Oleville blogs facilitate access

Student Government Association website has, since its foundation on Feb. 14 of last year, become a well-known resource for Olaf students in search of news, SGA activities, calendar of events and more. What fewer students may know, however, is another central feature to Oleville: blogs.

This Week in St. Olaf History

Thirteen years ago, St. Olaf took Mark U. Edwards, Jr. as its ninth president on Oct. 9, 1994. Edwards succeeded former President Mel George, who served St. Olaf for nine years.

Egypt resists genital mutilation

Whenever I come across an article about female circumcision, it usually begins with a description of the procedure (and appropriately so). Sometimes, the description is relatively mild. more...


- Campus bereft of PDA
- Evangelist Bynum battered
- Hippie fest miscontsrues zen
- more opinions...

Sinikka Langeland debuts 'Starflowers'

Sinikka Langeland welcomed students and community members into the enchanting forest of Norwegian folk music on Monday evening. A new sound filled the Pause when Sinikka performed on a table harp with drummer Markku Ounaskari. more...


- Dance faculty previews work
- Music ensembles show new talent
- more arts...

Penz blows through Gusties

With phenomenal all-around play, the St. Olaf football team dominated a previously unbeaten Gustavus squad for an easy 59-19 homecoming win last Saturday. more...


- Men post two dominant wins, nine goals
- Runners keep up bold start
- Women suffer OT loss
- more sports...

Ben Kweller: On his way

It seems as though there has been a less-than-overwhelming display of enthusiasm for this year's fall concert featuring Ben Kweller and Mason Jennings, with Ha Ha Tonka opening. more...


- Find the best study spots
- Sex on the Hill: Sexiled
- Musical captures decade of tens
- more variety...
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