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ISSUE 118 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/25/2005


Public safety concerns

Public Safety is a necessity. Local law enforcement cannot deal with the ins and outs of daily campus life, and St. Olaf wouldn’t want them to try.

Give more to relief: Aid must extend beyond Tsunami

This past December, the world was shocked by an earthquake in the Indian Ocean which produced a tsunami that became one of the deadliest natural disasters in modern history. Following generous tsunami relief efforts, however, we must not forget about other worthwhile causes around the world.

Eating disorders all too common

Do you wake up every morning thinking of what you are going to eat, when and how much you are going to be able to exercise when and where you are going to be able to throw up?

Bush’s plan lacks security

In his State of the Union speech on Feb. 3, President Bush formally announced his political ambitions for the next four years. His most notable ambition is his desire to dismantle the current Social Security system, which he claims is falling apart. Essentially, Bush wants to demolish Social Security as a public institution and reassemble it as a private one. Read on to learn more.

Getting connected

What do conversations on the Hill normaly entail? Sex? Studies? Beer? Sure, but not necessarily in that order. However, this semester there has been a different sort of conversation going on across campus: Students talking …

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