The student weekly of St. Olaf | Tuesday, September 16, 2014 | Subscribe
ISSUE 118 VOL 5 PUBLISHED 10/15/2004


Oles chew up Knights: football earns homecoming victory in Cereal Bowl

The smell of Malt-O-Meal wasn't the only thing in the air at Saturday's second annual Cereal Bowl matchup between the St. Olaf football team and their cross-town rivals from Carleton. An electric crowd of over 6,000 fans supplied a charged atmosphere as well, which was enough to spur the Oles to a 34-21 Homecoming win.

Women's ranking slips

The Ole women's volleyball team fell to ninth in the MIAC rankings with a conference loss to Saint Mary's.

Packing it in: Group running leads ladies to victory

The St. Olaf women's cross country team journeyed to Waverly, Iowa, on Saturday to compete in the seventh annual Dan Huston Invitational, achieving what they had set out to do since the beginning weeks of training. The Ole women managed to win the invitational with a combined score of 140.

Golf takes fifth in MIAC

The women's golf team claimed fifth place at last weekend's MIAC Championships. The Oles shot a two-round team score of 738, which was good enough to secure a fifth place tie with Carleton.

The puck stops ... indefinitely?

If a tree falls in the middle of the forest, does it make a sound? If a professional sport with limited national appeal closes its doors for a year (or more), will anyone notice?

Soccer shutout

Lacking offensive potency against MIAC opponent Macalester, the St. Olaf women's soccer team fell 2-0 to the Scots Sunday in St. Paul. The loss drops St. Olaf's conference record to 2-4, with a 6-5 overall mark. St. Olaf fell into a seventh place tie with St. Mary's and St. Kate's in conference standings, while undefeated Macalester solidified its position atop the MIAC ranks.

Mess Poll
How do you feel about the recent news of a tuition increase?
This is news to me.
I am a senior. Thank god.
I'd feel better about it if a more adequate explanation was provided.
It's routine and expected. What gives?
View Results
Page Load: 31 milliseconds