What are the campus views about a possible war on Iraq? A random survey of 32 St. Olaf students, asking whether the student thought war on Iraq is currently justified, revealed five in favor of war, eighteen against war and nine that would not comment. Some that didn't comment explained that they didn't feel informed enough to make a decision.
With St. Olaf students studying across the globe each January, involved in such vastly different programs as mathematics in Budapest and biology in the Bahamas, its hard to imagine that all of St. Olafs 38 Interim programs are proposed, approved and organized right here on campus.
Whoever said crime doesn't pay never lived in 1920s Chicago. Rob Marshall's exquisite cinematic rendition of "Chicago" proves that there is no such thing as going too far when it comes to achieving one's eternal fame.
When the Smashing Pumpkins disbanded in 2001, Billy Corgan blamed the breakup on his own disillusionment with the music industry, lamenting that he could no longer compete with the Britneys of the world.
With many colleges emphasizing the important role a diverse student population plays in education, St. Olaf is also trying to celebrate the diversity here on the Hill. On Saturday, Mar. 1, the annual International Night will be held in Urness Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m.