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ISSUE 118 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 4/8/2005

News

Ventura ‘tells it like it is’: Former governor slams media, hypocrisy

In his first public appearance at a Minnesota college since leaving office, former Minnesota State Governor Jesse Ventura spoke in Boe Chapel Monday to a capacity crowd explaining why he is the "most dangerous man in America."

Weeks educate on Asia

The St. Olaf Asian Cultures Association (ACA) began its annual month long Asia Weeks celebration with three kick-off events earlier this week.

Senate pushes one-card

St. Olaf College is beginning to seriously consider implementing a one-card system. The system would allow students to access everything from their meal plan and Cage dollars to their residence halls to debit functions for services such as laundry or the Cage.

Library installs improved system

Students returned from spring break to find two new additions to Rolvaag Memorial Library – the streamlined security gates and bright pink signs prohibiting cell phone usage in the library.

Locals quilt for soldiers

Colorful fabrics and carefully appliquéd quilts are making an appearance on the St. Olaf campus and the Northfield community.

Speaking on Israel: Tour features different religions

The women of "Jerusalem Women Speak: Three Women, Three Faiths, One Shared Vision" tour brought their message of peace to a packed house in Rolvaag Memorial Library Tuesday.

Red Lake memorial displays solidarity, support

The Multicultural Affairs and Community Outreach (MACO) office organized a memorial on Thursday as a show of support for the Red Lake Nation after the March 21 reservation shootings made national news.

Lecture focuses on hope in life

Hope was in the air Thursday as students, faculty and guests joined in Viking Theater for the first in a series of four Hope Lectures. Dan Marx '06 and Sheryl Saterstrom, assistant professor of dance, led the lecture, entitled "Embodying Hope.” The audience went on an interactive journey during the lecture to find hope in everyday life.

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How do you feel about the recent news of a tuition increase?
This is news to me.
I am a senior. Thank god.
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