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ISSUE 121 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/16/2007

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Diwali celebrated

A variety of St. Olaf students and faculty celebrated the Indian holiday of Diwali Saturday with food and festivities. The Pause was transformed into an intimate dining hall with students gathered together at long tables, lit by tea light candles and decorated with brightly colored paper.

Asian Con revitalized

The new Asian Conversations program kicked off Wednesday afternoon in Viking Theater, with Stanford professor Karen Wigen leading the way with a lecture about the evolution of maps in Japan.

Colbert inspires political verve

When I heard my favorite fake news pundit, Stephen Colbert, announce his intention to run for president in his home state of South Carolina (and only in South Carolina), I was overjoyed. more...

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- Mohn smoke bomb sparks Residence Life into action
- Costumes stereotype
- Laws recall prohibition
- more opinions...

Dittman welcomes 'Fresh Space'

It's that time of year again in the St. Olaf dance department when current works in progress and other various projects are showcased in an informal concert fondly known as "Fresh Space." more...

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- Stanford's "Jane Eyre" amuses at Guthrie
- Everybody dance now
- Atzingers perform
- more arts...

Hockey toughened by tests

No, the St. Olaf hockey team is not playing in the national tournament, though it may appear that way. Last weekend's nonconference opponents included sixth-ranked UW-Stout and third-ranked UW-River Falls. more...

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- Gusties edge women in pool
- Offensive juggernaut ends with win
- Inside the Lines: Fresh season welcomed
- more sports...

Pumpkin pie: Legend of yore or something more?

Although you might not know it anymore, there's still a major holiday in November. Some of us might remember Thanksgiving. more...

Also:

- Cast digs into roles
- Sex on the HIll: Heterosexual privilege
- "Gangster" energizes crime genre
- more variety...
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