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ISSUE 117 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/19/2003

News

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The Carleton/St. Olaf Spring Concert, traditionally held at Carleton’s Arboretum, will cease to exist as a joint function for the two schools. According to the Deans of Students at both schools, Carleton will still hold a spring concert this year, but it will be an event open only to Carleton students.

New signs ban guns

Over Labor Day weekend, many arriving students and parents noticed new signs reading "St. Olaf College bans guns in these premises." Posted at the entrances to the residence halls, the signs were put up in August to comply with the May Minnesota Personal Protection Act. The act states that a permit holder may carry a gun wherever a sign specifically banning guns is not displayed.

Memorial honors deceased students

The memorial being constructed outside Boe Chapel to honor the lives of students who died while still enrolled at St. Olaf is approaching completion.

State cuts work funds

Students still looking for an on-campus job may find that it is much harder to locate one than in years past. Due to recent decreases in state funding, St. Olaf has been forced to make cuts to its student work program.

State cuts work funds

Students still looking for an on-campus job may find that it is much harder to locate one than in years past. Due to recent decreases in state funding, St. Olaf has been forced to make cuts to its student work program.

New ID cards issued

In conjunction with Bon Appétit, St. Olaf has printed over 1600 new ID cards for St. Olaf students, staff and faculty.

Computers hit by virus

The Blaster worm virus, also known as "MSBlast" or "LovSan," infected the St. Olaf computer network one week before students began to arrive on campus this fall.

New class adds more diversity, experience

The class of 2007 may be the smallest incoming class at St. Olaf, but that should not stop them from making a big impact.

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