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ISSUE 117 VOL 12 PUBLISHED 3/5/2004


Return to glory

The St. Olaf mens hockey team returned to the MIAC playoffs with a bang Tuesday night, winning in their first postseason appearance since the 1991-92 season. The Oles traveled to Winona and defeated a fired-up St. Marys team.

The end of the world as we know it

There was always one thing I thought they could never take away. One thing that remained forever sacred and unabashed by popular culture. Over time I came to depend on it, turn to it in my hour of need and even take it for granted.

Fast times abound at MIAC tune-up

A deep and talented field makes for an exciting meet under normal circumstances, but the competitors at the Ole Open were also running to secure last-minute positions in the fast-approaching MIAC Champion-ship meet, giving all the more meaning to this end-of-February gathering.

Spring swing

Unbeknownst to the majority of students on the Hill, the St. Olaf mens and womens tennis teams have been testing their mettle against a slew of talented conference and non-conference opponents for nearly a month.

Nordic garners second

The St. Olaf mens and womens Nordic ski teams both finished second overall to Gustavus at the MIAC Championship meet Feb. 21-22. Strong individual performances carried both teams to the impressive finishes.

Qualifier serves men well

The Qualifier lived up to its name as several St. Olaf mens track athletes posted times that solidified their seeds for the MIAC Indoor Championships held at St. Johns Friday and Saturday.

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