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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

News

Klobuchar heads forum

Environmentalists and policy advocates united as United States Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) visited St. Olaf Saturday afternoon in the Christensen Hall of Music.

OleCafe to reopen with revamped atmosphere

The OleCafe, formerly known as the Ole Store, plans to open for business May 15 with a new menu and completely remodeled interior.

Visiting speakers address pollution

St. Olaf honored its commitment to academic integrity and environmental stewardship Friday with the ninth annual Honors Day science symposium titled "Living in Our Toxic World."

Seniors preview Regents complex

Along with the traditional fanfare of the graduation ceremony and Senior Week, the class of 2008 has an extra bonus to look forward to: an exclusive tour of the new Regents Hall of Natural and Mathematical Sciences.

Alumni donations celebrate

This year's Philanthropy Week focused on bringing attention to the Honor Houses, Volunteer Network and the Senior Giving Campaign.

English Language Dissected

This Tuesday, the 21 students of the English Language and Linguistics class held a "language museum" in Buntrock Commons 144. They presented poster boards and elaborate presentations as the culmination of research the class had done throughout the semester.

Focus on Palestine provokes awareness

With finals just on the horizon, many students are hurriedly trying to catch up on their course work and put in extra hours of studying before exam time. This week, the Oles for Justice in Palestine group tried to enlarge the perspective of students on campus through a number of different events planned to educate the St. Olaf community.

Norwegian Heritage celebration planned

Thursday, May 8th, St. Olaf's Alumni and Parent Relations department will host Norwegian Heritage Day. The event is intended as a day for alumni, parents and friends related to the college to get together and honor and celebrate Norwegian roots, traditions and identity. The hope is to both remember the past and enjoy the present.

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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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