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ISSUE 119 VOL 2 PUBLISHED 9/23/2005

Variety

Left of the Dial on KSTO

Does anyone really listen to KSTO? Most students on the St. Olaf campus are vaguely aware of the station’s existence, but few take the time to explore its programming.

Hitting the books

You’ve filled out roommate preference cards, bought books, attended “how to study” sessions. But have you studied up on sex?

The Bravery, not just and honest mistake

St. Olaf students can expect to hear a lot of funky sounds at the upcoming fall concert on Saturday, Oct. 8, at Skoglund Auditorium. Tickets are on sale now and anticipation for the concert is steadily building, and for good reason. The Bravery demand attention. But The Bravery are also a hard band to pin down.

Freshman follies: Guide to forming first-year friendships

The first year at college can be surprisingly stressful, so it’s important to develop a supportive group of friends on campus. Fellow Oles can relate to your experiences and offer direct support. By sharing your thoughts with friends, you may even learn a thing or two. After all, you’re not the only one who fears eating alone in the Caf. The following tips will help you on your way.

'Late Registration' digs up solid gold

The album opens with a barking “Wake up, Mr. West!” and continues on to reveal the genius of Kanye West’s musical risk-taking. But Mr. West isn’t the one in need of a wake-up call – we are.

Stars, stripes and Stevens forever: Sufjan Stevens plays to packed house at First Avenue

Few musicians genuinely evoke feelings of American pride in their audience. Sufjan Stevens is one of them.

'Buckets and taps' causes ruckus

Think Shirley Temple is the only talented female tap dancer? Meet Kaleena Miller: Sans the blond curls and dimples, Miller makes a grittier, funkier and frankly much better hoofer than any aboard the “Good Ship Lollipop.”

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