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ISSUE 117 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/27/2004


Conservative-sponsored teach-in gives alternative perspective on pacifism

Thousands of students, teachers, diplomats and scholars heard about the Nobel Peace Prize Forum and ventured out into the fresh snow to enjoy the sessions and lectures centered on the forums theme, "Striving for Peace: Roots of Change." What they may not have heard about was the "shadow forum" that also occurred this past weekend, featuring speaker Scott Johnson and sponsored by the St. Olaf Committee for Intellectual Diversity, a sub-group of Counterpoint.

Home entertainment: Library offers DVD, video rentals

St. Olaf students now have an alternative movie rental store: Rolvaag Memorial Library. The library recently changed its policy on student film check-out, and as of first semester finals, students can check out feature films, documentaries and anything else the library has to offer. And now the library is requesting the help of students in purchasing new films for the librarys collection.

Deadline for networking adjustments approaches

Students who own PCs hooked up to the St. Olaf network have exactly three days to "migrate" their computers to new software. As of March 1, Informational and Instructional Technologies (IIT) will switch its network connection and students who have not already re-configured their computers will be cut off from the network.

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