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ISSUE 121 VOL 5 PUBLISHED 10/26/2007


WCAL funds examined in court

On Oct. 17, a Rice County District Court judge ordered a fact-finding investigation into a St. Olaf petition regarding donations to the college for the WCAL radio station before its sale in 2004.

Native American Weeks honor

Music, poems and art kicked off Native American Weeks Friday evening, Oct. 19 in Buntrock Crossroads.

Morality reevaluate

Over the past 50 years, the restraints on the conduct of war, especially the treatment of noncombatants, have been under concerted and extended attack.

Sergeant discusses military

Sergeant John Kriesel, a member of the Minnesota National Guard who lost both his legs and two comrades in a road bomb explosion in Iraq, discussed his personal experiences in the military with St. Olaf students last Wednesday.

U.N. Day recognizes national pride

St. Olaf’s 2007-2008 theme of global citizenship came to life Wednesday during the college’s first annual celebration of United Nations Day.

Safi supports ethic of love

Omid Safi, professor of religion at University of North Carolina, advocated love as the solution to global troubles in his Oct. 17 chapel talk and lecture “Getting beyond the Clash of Civilizations: a Religious Perspective.”

This Week in St. Olaf History

As the trees on Manitou turn yellow and the air becomes crisp, Oles anticipate Halloween celebrations and introduce newcomers to the infamous ghost stories of campus.

Olympians compete

Saturday’s sunny weather proved a fitting day to hold one of the Western world’s most ancient traditions, the Greek Olympics, on the St. Olaf soccer fields.

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