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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Jean Mullins
  • Spring Preview, Women's Golf: Benoit confident in squad (120-16)
  • How to find your perfect scent (120-16)
  • Journalist lectures: Augustine addresses news media (120-15)
  • Donuts and pastries and breads, oh my! (120-10)
  • Africa Week begins (120-8)
  • Discovery Channel offers viewing alternative (120-8)
  • Men 6th, women 3rd at MIACs: Swanson leads men; Weier, Block carry women (120-6)
  • Everyday Amore: The Joy of Campus Crushes (120-6)
  • Bluegrass band engages crowd (120-5)
  • Blue Key drive donates (120-5)
  • Human rights advocated (120-5)
  • Volleyball crosses border, battles to 2-2 finish at Coe (120-4)
  • Women find positives, look forward (120-2)
  • Northfield 'ZAPped' (120-2)
  • Volleyball starts season strong (120-1)
  • Islam explored (119-19)
  • Manlove shines, leads women's track (119-19)
  • I ink, therefore I am (119-18)
  • Roomdraw presents surprises (119-18)
  • Thomforde reflects on favorites, accomplishments (119-18)
  • Tallmadge redefines wilderness (119-17)
  • Rumor has it: Playboy magazine listed St. Olaf as one of the top five most attractive campuses. (119-16)
  • Degrees conferred (119-16)
  • Dole discusses leadership (119-16)
  • Lilly grant awarded (119-15)
  • Rumor has it: The facilities building was once used as a crematorium (119-15)
  • Rumor has it: One of St. Olaf’s snowplows drove into a ditch on campus (119-14)
  • Happiness at Harvard hoax (119-14)
  • Dignity act gives control of life, death (119-12)
  • Speakers address ‘Millennium Goals’ (119-12)
  • Women finish on high note (119-11)
  • Rumor has it: One of the characters on the television show "The Golden Girls" went to St. Olaf (119-10)
  • Grade inflation balloons (119-10)
  • Unusual burglaries alarm (119-9)
  • Officials act against noise (119-8)
  • Officials act against noise (119-8)
  • Up ‘til Dawn raises money to fight disease (119-7)
  • Ethicist backs poor (119-6)
  • Arson plagues year (119-6)
  • Kate Moss' snorting snafu (119-5)
  • Burglaries reported (119-5)
  • Severe weather poses safety issues (119-5)
  • Positions awarded (119-4)
  • Norway, U.S. relations celebrated (119-3)
  • Bravery sales average (119-3)
  • Walk raises awareness (119-3)
  • Hall leadership chosen (119-2)
  • Finances indicate promise (119-1)
  • Conference gives insight on Islam (118-19)
  • Science center design stalled (118-19)
  • Web speed will increase (118-18)
  • Fornos issues warning (118-17)
  • Aspaas succeeds retiring director Scholz (118-16)
  • Senate pushes one-card (118-15)
  • Talking climate (118-14)
  • Attorney inspires (118-14)
  • New faculty appointments named (118-13)
  • Rooms on parade (118-11)
  • Men consider classics (118-11)
  • WCAL sale finalized (118-10)
  • Bonding over brunch (118-8)
  • Bush wins re-election (118-7)
  • Simpson's song out of sync (118-7)
  • Noises pollute: Loudness can cause annoyance (118-6)
  • Halls lack space (118-6)
  • State explores aid options (118-4)
  • Group reviews past assaults: Sex offenders release coincides with changes (118-3)
  • Increase in study hours at library (118-3)
  • President talks leadership (118-2)
  • Elections determine hall leaders: Candidates get involved to make an impact on Council (118-2)
  • Summer flicks feature action, romance (117-19)
  • Past, future unite for Celebration Weekend (117-19)
  • Projected first year class increases in Minnesotans (117-19)
  • Revamped website offers forums, media information (117-18)
  • Eyewear trend transforms geek into chic (117-18)
  • Lecturer illustrates how to find a calling (117-17)
  • Faculty-owned dogs reign (117-16)
  • A look into budget history (117-15)
  • First years get frank on college life (117-14)
  • Home entertainment: Library offers DVD, video rentals (117-11)
  • Issues brought before Regents (117-9)
  • Instant loss of true messages (117-9)
  • Here's to you, Mrs. Robinson (117-6)
  • Penalities for illegal file-sharing get harsher (117-3)
  • Computers hit by virus (117-1)



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