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ISSUE 116 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/21/2003

News

Housing situation triple the trouble

A little less than a month from now, the St. Olaf campus will become a frenzy of activity known as Roomdraw, which will begin at 4 pm on April 9 and end on April 15.

In Mellby’s footsteps: Lagerquist assesses views of school, future goals

The 21st annual Carl Mellby Memorial Lecture series continued last Thursday with a talk by L. DeAne Lagerquist, Associate Professor and chair of religion. Lagerquist’s lecture was titled "The Observations of the Observed: Theological Literacy, the Liberal Arts and Global Perspective."

Slice of science, math

Last week, the math and science departments celebrated Pi Day with songs, sweets, and pie-throwing.

Civil liberties questioned

Moments after President Bush concluded his address to the nation on Monday night, students, facult, and community members gathered to hear Minnesota U.S. Attorney Tom Heffelfinger and former Minnesota U.S. Attorney David Lillehaug talk on the topic of "Civil Liberties During Wartime."

Speakers debate relevance of UN

On Tuesday evening, the day after Britain, the United States and Spain pulled their latest Iraq resolution off the U.N. table, students gathered to hear a discussion on the relevance of the United Nations.

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