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ISSUE 121 VOL 4 PUBLISHED 10/12/2007

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Interfaith fast fosters peace

Candles flickered outside Boe Chapel Monday night as students of various faiths held a peace vigil to end the War in Iraq.

Nature educates, nurtures

There is a program growing at Open Door Nursery School (ODNS), a non-profit day care center housed at St. John’s Church in Northfield, and St. Olaf is helping to cultivate it.

Citizenship test baffles legals

Last week, federal immigration authorities released one hundred new questions to be used on the United States naturalization test. Was it really time to update the questions, or does the reform reflect a new political agenda? more...


- Library curbs studying
- Ahmadinejad rightfully derides
- Chinese politics jilt Burma
- more opinions...

'Twelfth Night' impresses crowd

St. Olaf's production of the gender-bending "Twelfth Night," which ran from Oct. 3-10, embodied Shakespeare at his crowd-pleasing, fun-loving finest. more...


- Adeti shares African Dance
- Bok Lee impresses
- more arts...

Football drops ball in loss

St. John's scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to overtake the St. Olaf football team and hang on for a 30-29 victory last Saturday in Collegeville. more...


- Soccer practices brotherly love
- Women go cold, tie Bethel 1-1
- Weisman leads way to fourth
- more sports...

Puttin' a S-P-E-L-L on you

I think we can all remember elementary and middle school spelling bees. I was a good speller and a shameless grade school pedant, so I liked them. But for most other students, the annual all-school spelling bee meant sweaty palms and getting exposed as either an egghead or an idiot. more...


- Thriller falls short
- Find cheap dining close to home
- Sex on the Hill: Love your body
- more variety...
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