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ISSUE 121 VOL 12 PUBLISHED 2/29/2008


Guest fight for fair labor

This year's conference, entitled "Globalization and Social Responsibility: Working for the Common Good" was meant to emphasize the importance of globalization in altering the paradigms of employment and its effect on human gains across the world.

Soul food feeds discussion

The aroma of crispy fried chicken, savory macaroni and cheese and sweet corn filled the air as St. Olaf students crowded themselves into the Diversity Awareness House Friday evening.

Service fair offers opportunities

Students crowded into Buntrock Commons Friday to explore summer, semester-long and post-graduate service opportunities.

Contest saves on energy

As the winter comes to a close, St. Olaf students have been making an effort to cut energy consumption, both on their own campus and across the nation.

BORSC presents

This past Thursday, the Board of Regents Student Committee met with the Board of Regents during the Board's visit to campus.

Art, history resonate in new film series

Bolt teaching chair in the humanities Diana Postlethwaite shares her enthusiasm for film by unyieldingly promoting film studies at St. Olaf. Her newest endeavor is the Classic American Film Series, which presents a landmark American film every Monday at 7 p.m. in Buntrock Commons' Viking Theater.

Lecture examines lifestyle choices

As part of the CILA's Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Series, professor of history and American studies Jim Farrell held a discussion last Wednesday about teaching, measuring outcomes, and teaching sustainability across the curriculum.

Holden services carry on tradition

Despite the chilly subzero weather outside, students warmed themselves Wednesday night at the Holden Evening Service in Boe Chapel.

This Week in St. Olaf History

The Feb. 29, 1952 Manitou Messenger issue headline cites,"Seniors attempt last chance party as leap foo yet."

V-day fights violence

The conclusion of V-Week took place last weekend with several productions aimed at ending violence against women.

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