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ISSUE 116 VOL 10 PUBLISHED 12/6/2002


Holiday Craze

Bursting into the shopping frenzy a mere five hours after Thanksgiving Day, holiday shoppers tried to make up for the shortened Christmas shopping season.

Add a unique touch this season with creative holiday gift ideas

The holiday season is intended to be a time for relaxation and celebration. So why do we let holiday shopping get the best of our winter cheer and festive spirits?

Intriguing holiday sites bring cheer

Various festive happenings are taking place on campus to ring in the holiday season.

A sneak peek into wellness

The winter months loom before us. When they arrive, make your mental, physical and emotional well-being a priority. The St. Olaf Wellness Center can help.

Sharing the Spirit

The Community Action Center (CAC) in Northfield offers several opportunities to donate and volunteer. United Christmas Sharing annually distributes holiday gifts for children in the Northfield area. Volunteers may help by working at the distribution cener - helping set-up, sorting gifts or assisting with gift distribution.

Interim anticipation heightens

Across campus, preparations are being made for Interim programs abroad this January. This is a hectic time of year in St. Olaf’s International Studies office. During January, over 640 students will be spending their Interim abroad.

Sister Speaks

Sister Speaks is a column that address issues of race, class, and identity.

Artists face 'sophomore slump'

David Gray and Craig David have much in common. Both are successful singer-songwriters. Both were critically acclaimed and lauded as burgeoning superstars. Unfortunately, both could not overcome the “sophomore slump.”

Critic's Corner

“Die Another Day” storms into theaters with its outrageous plot

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