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ISSUE 121 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/22/2008


Coach called to NFL

One week ago Monday, St. Olaf head football coach Chris Meidt called a team meeting. This time, however, off-season workout regiments were not the focus. Instead, Meidt broke the news that the Washington Redskins had called his name.

History honored

During the month of February, students may not be surprised to find powerful poetry performed, or see classmates wearing buttons stating "I (heart) Black People."

Interim tracks elections

Students from Professor Dan Hofrenning's interim political science class blogged their way through the election hysteria in New Hampshire and South Carolina last month to gain a taste of life on the presidential campaign trail.

Green policy praises justice

Last November, a troop of nine St. Olaf students journeyed to College Park, Md. to join 6,000 other students from around the nation to partake in Powershift 2007.

V-week allows discourse for all

A global movement to stop violence against women and girls, V-Day is celebrated at St. Olaf with a full-fledged V-Week of sexuality-related discourse.

Positions offered in Pause programs

At its meeting Tuesday, SGA'a Student Senate approved a proposal for the creation of the Music Entertainment Committee, a new branch of student government.

Juniors recruited early

On Monday, St. Olaf hosted the second of its winter Junior Preview Days, events aimed to encourage high school juniors to seriously consider applying to St. Olaf in their college selection.

Scholar links democracy, grassroots union movement

Courage and citizenship were the focus in Viking Theater Tuesday night when the St. Olaf Political Awareness Committee (PAC) kicked off Civic Engagement Week.

This week in St. Olaf history

Forty years after Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower visited Northfield, former President Jimmy Carter paid a political visit to campus.

Mess Poll
How do you feel about the recent news of a tuition increase?
This is news to me.
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