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ISSUE 115 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/8/2002


Stretching the soul

In a culture that is consistently setting its sights upon the future, while attempting to reconcile the past, some members of the St. Olaf community are learning the value of being able to "be here now."

Wainright reigns right

“Cigarettes and chocolate milk,” anyone? If these are just a couple of your cravings, then perhaps you and a very interesting performer named Rufus have something in common, besides song titles off popular-selling CDs.

Madness and the movies

On Sunday evening, after over 54 hours spent watching 28 movies in the Heights Theater, 12 people emerged as potential (Guinness has to give the official word) Guinness World Record Breakers.

Running around the college clock

Not long ago, a conversation was overheard in the cafeteria in which one student recounted to another the overwhelming nature of a previous day's schedule.

Jackson takes her place in St. Olaf history

“In the beginning, there were meetings,” says senior Melissa Jackson. Known to her friends as ‘Missy,’ she sums up her St. Olaf experience in two words: politics and history. And for Jackson, both have involved meetings, meetings, and more meetings.

Charles Gray keeping up with the tempo: musician and professor thrives in musical community

Charles Gray didn't plan to be a music teacher when he attended college, yet after 14 years of teaching at St. Olaf College, his studio of violin and viola students has grown to an overflowing amount.

NBC hopes viewers are ‘Watching Ellie’

To set the record straight, Julia Louis-Dreyfus will not succumb to the “Seinfeld” curse.

Hollywood springing up

Jonathan Teigland, movie critic extradordinaire reviews this spring's hottest flicks.

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