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ISSUE 121 VOL 9 PUBLISHED 11/30/2007

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Professors, guests give thanks

At St. Olaf, Thanksgiving is widely considered a time to visit with family and take a break from college life, though each year a few students remain on campus.

Panel addresses diversity

In light of extensive press coverage on the diverse candidates in this year's Democratic and Republican primaries, students, faculty and staff attended a professor panel on diversity in politics and elections.

Alums give back

In the holiday spirit, we thought we would share with you a story that is sure to warm the chilly hearts of impoverished college students. more...


- Capitalism batters holiday cheer
- Cage cooking embitters palate
- Simulcast will suffice
- more opinions...

Solinger explores motherhood

The 66 framed black-and -white images lining the walls of Flatten Art Museum demand recognition for their photographic brilliance and for their compelling portrayal of various manifestations of motherhood in America. more...


- Guthrie shows US premiere of 'The Home Place'
- Student composers rebel at 'Fresh Ink'
- Fiction & Poetry: Whilst the Watershed
- more arts...

Rocky start to Stromme era

The St. Olaf women's basketball team dropped its MIAC opener Tuesday, less than 24 hours after notching its first win of the season under new head coach Dave Stromme. more...


- Stromme works for new results
- Athletes honored
- Ahrar, new recruits revive wrestling team
- more sports...

How to Conquer Standardized Testing

If you find yourself getting disheartened or overwhelmed, just remember: once you get through this, you really won't have to take any more standardized tests ever again. more...


- M.I.A.'s technicolor tights captivate crowd
- Sex on the Hill: Sex: Like a Fine Wine
- Over the hill on the Hill
- more variety...
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