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ISSUE 116 VOL 10 PUBLISHED 12/6/2002

Arts and Entertainment

Students meet 50,000 word challenge

While many St. Olaf students spent November writing term papers or preparing for exams, students Bethany Jacobson ‘06, Pamela Sersen ‘06 and Sarah Lawver ‘04 each attempted to write their own 50,000-word novel as part of an event sponsored by www.NaNoWriMo.org, in commemoration of National Novel Writing Month.

Kline listens to community concerns on education, war

Funding for education and the war on terrorism were two of the topics discussed at a town hall meeting held by Congressman John Kline Tuesday. Kline, newly appointed to the House Education and Workforce Committee, came to campus to hear what students, faculty and community members had to say about the challenges in education.

Roast seeks reinstatement

During their Feb. 13 meeting, the Student Se-nate held a special-order discussion on returning recognition and funding to The Roast, a satirical newspaper produced by St. Olaf students.

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