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ISSUE 117 VOL 5 PUBLISHED 10/17/2003


Beetles, mice plague residences

St. Olaf students are not the only ones living on campus this fall. Some unwelcome guests include Asian beetles and mice, but the Residence Life Office does not see a cause for concern.

Riding winds of change: fundraiser promotes renewable energy source

On Oct. 12, several St. Olaf College students and faculty members participated in "Ride with the Wind," a fundraiser for wind energy awareness at the McNeilus Wind Farm, located south of Dodge Center, Minn.

Committee re-drafts strategic plan

In September, the College Council finished the fourth draft of the strategic plan for St. Olaf. This five-year plan, which will go into effect in June 2004, is designed to strengthen St. Olaf as an academic institution and to advance its mission.

Fair provides opportunities, resources for graduate work

On Wednesday, three St. Olaf students met in the lower level of Buntrock Commons to carpool to the University of Minnesota campus to take an exploratory peak into the real world.

Thomforde’s journey spans six nations

Over the past two weeks, President Christopher Thomforde and Pat Quade, director of off-campus programs, traveled across the Middle East. During the trip, they talked to faculty members and presidents of universities where St. Olaf sends students to study abroad and met with St. Olaf students currently studying in Egypt.

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