It seemed as if the sky clouded over especially for the Science Complex groundbreaking, and by the time all was finished my fingers felt half-frozen, despite my gloves, from taking notes. But on the other hand, as cold as we all felt and as long as the groundbreaking ceremony seemed, it was really quite short compared with the 15 years St. Olaf has spent talking about a new Science Complex.
It sounds like a subplot of "Casino Royale:" Former Russian spy and KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, living as an exile in London, is poisoned with the rare and lethal radioactive isotope polonium 210 (British officials traced the element to a Russian nuclear power plant).
This past Friday evening, as I was wrestling my way through Norwegian sweater-clad grandparents acting like they owned the place, trying desperately to get my meal and enjoy it in peace, something life-altering happened: My period started. Okay, well, it wasnt life-altering, but it certainly altered my immediate life priorities.