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ISSUE 116 VOL 7 PUBLISHED 11/1/2002


Crowd rallies for peace

On Saturday, thousands of people across the world stood up for their beliefs at protests against the proposed war on Iraq. Roughly 10,500 of these activists gathered in St. Paul.

Penny, Coleman, Bly eye finish line

In less then a week Campaign 2002 will be over, but until then the race is on as politicians make one last push to get their messages out. St. Olaf has become a hub of political activity in recent weeks, welcoming politicians from varying races around the state.

Wind powers plans

A Northfield task force has determined that wind energy is a viable option in this area and has enlisted the support of Northfield Public Schools and Carleton College to work on the development of local wind-energy projects.

Safehouse offers refuge

This is the first year that there has been a WomanSafe House on St. Olaf Avenue. As a support group, the nine residents of the house are trying to increase awareness of dating violence on campus and in the community.

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