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ISSUE 116 VOL 6 PUBLISHED 10/18/2002


Politics’ funny man: O’Rourke uses humor to lighten political outlook

With a unique sense of wit and humor all his own and at least one joke about many famous personalities, political satirist P.J. O’Rourke, dubbed "funniest writer in America," explained the tenuous relationship between American business and politics.

Students yield to driver

Students, faculty, family and friends gathered in Buntrock Crossroads on Oct. 10 to honor Tom Pritchard, known by many as "Tom the Bus Driver," for his enduring service to St. Olaf College.

Luther defends vote for Iraqi resolution: Congressional, governor races examined as candidates discu

This election season has seen the state of politics go from Minnesota nice to Minnesota not-so-nice.

Budget cut implications anticipated

On Oct. 4 Kathy Ruby, director of financial aid, and Mike Wilhelmi, director of government and community affairs for the Minnesota Private College Council, held a session in the Buntrock Commons called "Minnesota Money Smarts," in which the pair addressed the current work-study cuts that have occurred at St. Olaf during this past school year.

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