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ISSUE 115 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/8/2002

News

Reynolds’ life remembered

Family and friends gathered in Boe Chapel Sunday evening to give thanks for Meredith Reynolds’ life. Reynolds, 20, died in an automobile accident Feb. 6 while returning to St. Olaf for second semester.

Worm virus ‘worst ever’

Over the weekend, a new kind of spring fever set in – but this version had nothing to do with the weather. The computer virus “klez” made its campus debut, clogging inboxes across campus.

Camera’s view of an epidemic

On Mar. 5 Brian Peterson, a photographer from the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and nurse Cari Truesdale presented "Testing the Human Spirit," a six-year photo documentary, capturing the story of one Minnesota family struggling with AIDS.

SGA election draws crowds

On Mar. 1, Student Government Association (SGA) executive candidates realized the desires of the student body through the polls. Brock Metzger ‘03, who was elected president, is looking forward to the challenge of bringing the student body closer to its student government.

Staff, faculty study Ally role

On Feb. 27 a group of faculty and staff met to discuss being an “Ally” to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) people on the St. Olaf campus.

Campus Security Report

A list of the incidents requiring St. Olaf public safety between Feb. 25 and Mar. 3, 2002.

Father talks forgiveness

Father Greg Skrypek, chaplain at the Minnesota Correctional Facilities in Stillwater, spoke during chapel Feb. 26 on the importance of teaching, learning, and forgiving.

Candidate Lourey visits, campaigns

Becky Lourey, a state senator running for DFL endorsement as a candidate for governor, visited the St. Olaf College Democrats’ meeting on Feb. 27. She greeted the crowded room with an exclamation: "I just read an article saying that college students are becoming more liberal – and here you are!"

Luther’s politics and modernity explained

Michael Gillespie, a former St. Olaf political science professor currently teaching at Duke University, lectured on "Luther and Politics" to St. Olaf students, faculty, and Northfield community members on Feb. 28 in the Sun Room of Buntrock Commons.

Mess Poll
How do you feel about the recent news of a tuition increase?
This is news to me.
I am a senior. Thank god.
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