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ISSUE 117 VOL 2 PUBLISHED 9/26/2003


Nursing major scrutinized

A task force convened by President Christopher Thom-forde is currently considering the future of the St. Olaf nursing major.

Country-western week welcomed: bull ride, bluegrass band begin Homecoming festivities

Despite the threat of rain, Oles are ready to get rowdy for the 2003 Homecoming celebration, which began Monday and will conclude Saturday.

Heritage month explores Latin roots

Latino Heritage Month is now underway and students are finding a variety of ways to celebrate.

Satisfying a sweet tooth; All Saints Church kicks off its year

The smell of warm chocolate welcomed two busloads of St. Olaf students as they entered the red doors of the All Saints Episcopal Church on Sept. 18th. Upon entering the church, students followed their noses to the church basement where two tables overloaded with homemade chocolate goods awaited them. The students made nametags and piled their plates with chocolate chip cookies; chocolate-dipped biscotti; mint-frosted brownies; caramel-swirl brownies; chocolate peanut butter bars; mocha-frosted cupcakes; varieties of fudge squares; chocolate, chocolate mousse, Oreo and raspberry tortes; cheesecakes; pound cakes; and of course, complimentary milk, coffee, or lemonade. After satisfying their appetites, students retired to tables littered with chocolate candies (Tootsie Rolls, fun-sized Snickers bars, Hershey’s assortments, peanut M&M’s, and Milk Duds) to satisfy their stomachs while socializing with Oles and Carls alike.

Fall Concert brings hip hop group to Skoglund

Black Eyed Peas, a hip-hop group from Los Angeles, will be headlining the annual Fall Concert on Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. in Skoglund Athletic Center.

Peace Coffee in Cage serves fair trade

New posters throughout Buntrock Commons sport a spinoff of the peace insignia, advertising the peace coffee now being served in Stav Hall and the Cage. The fair trade coffee is distributed by Peace Coffee Inc., a small Minneapolis company. A stronger brew is sold at the Cage for 25 cents more than regular coffee, which is not fair trade.

Mess Poll
How do you feel about the recent news of a tuition increase?
This is news to me.
I am a senior. Thank god.
I'd feel better about it if a more adequate explanation was provided.
It's routine and expected. What gives?
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