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ISSUE 120 VOL 12 PUBLISHED 2/23/2007

News

Candidates Argue

The St. Olaf Student Government Association's (SGA) elections were held this Thursday. Candidates for positions with the Diversity Celebrations Committee (DCC), the Student Activities Committee (SAC), Student Alumni Association (SAA), as well as other organizations presented their platforms to the student body on Monday night in a candidate forum held in Viking Theater.

Boe unveiled

After months of preparing, waiting, tuning, voicing and remodeling, Boe Chapel and the new Holtcamp organ will finally be featured this weekend in celebratory events aimed at showing members of the St. Olaf community and other visiting guests what the renovated space is capable of doing. While the chapel is not fully finished, the space is completed to the point where, as Elliot and Klara Stockdal Johnson Professor of Organ Music John Ferguson said, “It is appropriate to pause and celebrate.”

Ole Spring Relief volunteers return south

A group of St. Olaf students will be returning to the Gulf Coast in a follow-up to last year’s Ole Spring Relief trip to help rebuild communities still struggling to recover from Hurricane Katrina.

Monologues Move

“The Vagina Monologues” writer Eve Ensler never dreamt that her one-woman act, based on intimate interviews conducted with over 200 females, would spark a yearly global movement dedicated to eradicating the suffering of abused women. St. Olaf’s annual V-Week brings the issues in “The Vagina Monologues” to campus and involves many students in the week’s events.

Month celebrates role in arts

February is celebrated as Black History Month, both across the nation and at St. Olaf. The Cultural Union of Black Expression (CUBE), Multicultural Affairs and Community Outreach (MACO), Karibu, Muslim Student Association (MSA), Diversity Celebrations Committee (DCC) and Student Activities Committee (SAC) will sponsor activities.

Martin connects

Patricia Martin, a former newspaper reporter, educator and administrator, was recently named Head of Government and Foundation Relations, the office responsible for connecting members of the St. Olaf College community with funding from government agencies and private foundations.

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