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ISSUE 121 VOL 9 PUBLISHED 11/30/2007
Rocky start to Stromme era
The St. Olaf women's basketball team dropped its MIAC opener Tuesday, less than 24 hours after notching its first win of the season under new head coach Dave Stromme.
Stromme works for new results
Dave Stromme returns to his alma mater to change the expectations that have accompanied the Ole women's basketball program for so many years: The Oles would be middle-of-the-pack conference contenders, if there were such a thing.
Capping off an impressive all-around fall campaign for Ole athletes, 11 St. Olaf football players made the All-MIAC first team. Athletes and teams in several other sports garnered postseason honors.
Ahrar, new recruits revive wrestling team
In its third year since new coach Sean Ahrar arrived to rebuild the program, the St. Olaf wrestling team is enjoying an impressive season on the mat and in the recruiting arena.
Inside the Lines: Gong show hockey
Fighting is not the problem with the NHL, or any hockey league. There is a place for fighting in the game, but it cannot be allowed to replace the game.
Hockey breaks string against Auggies
St. Olaf defeated Concordia University (Wisc.) 6-2 in a non-conference game Nov. 23, their third win in three games. The win brought their season record to 4-2-1 (2-0-0 MIAC).
Men ready for conference play
A trip to California in late November isn't much to complain about for a Minnesota basketball team, regardless of how the games turn out.
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?
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