St. Olaf College has talked it to death, "it" being our dry campus policy. The same questions come up constantly: Is it outdated? Does it best serve the purpose of the college, or, for that matter, the students?
At approximately 9:36 p.m. central time on Sunday, North Korea conducted an underground test of a device which it claims was a nuclear bomb. Although American and Russian authorities disagreed on the power of the blast and whether or not it was actually a successful test of a nuclear weapon, as President Bush correctly noted on Monday, the very fact that the North claims to possess the bomb is gravely disturbing.
As my significant other and I walked down the Hill Saturday towards Ole Avenue, venturing to dinner in town, we felt a presence behind us. Turning around, President David Anderson 74 said hello to us.
While it is no longer the "Year of Sustainability," St. Olaf is still in the process of greening. With the wind turbine and the new science complex completed and underway, it seems time to re-examine our eating habits through an environmental lens.
When women work, they expect their effort to be valued and appreciated, not taken for granted. Most women assume that they are respected in a company as much as their male coworkers. But what happens when a woman suddenly finds that she is being paid less than her male constituents?