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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: Emelie Heltsley
  • Relay participants prepare (120-20)
  • Webstream gains attention, viewers (120-19)
  • Input sought for land use (120-19)
  • Immigration policy under fire (120-18)
  • Finstad finances ambitions (120-16)
  • Koch, Moench receive awards (120-15)
  • Director brings theatre company to unexpected venues (120-15)
  • Ambassadors support exchange (120-14)
  • Additional faculty appointments add to tuition (120-13)
  • Hoyme suffers damage (120-13)
  • Boe unveiled (120-12)
  • Addressing grave situations: Group protests Hmong tomb desecration in Thailand (120-11)
  • Exhibit showcases peace (120-11)
  • Addressing grave situations (120-11)
  • Counterweight challenges (120-10)
  • Construction commences (120-9)
  • Fulbright applicants share goals (120-8)
  • Baer criticizes response in Iraq (120-8)
  • Food-borne virus worries (120-8)
  • The Multi-tasking Ole (120-8)
  • Volunteers give service (120-7)
  • Lair publicity grows (120-6)
  • Bly talks taxes, midterm elections (120-5)
  • Events mark native legacy (120-5)
  • Alcohol program informs (120-4)
  • Register online (120-4)
  • Security concerns (120-3)
  • Anderson appreciates strong faith, ELCA connection (120-3)
  • Homecoming goes 'down under' (120-3)
  • Anderson speaks on interdependency, unity of purpose (120-1)
  • Hiroshima survivors share stories (120-1)
  • Anderson speaks on interdependency, unity of purpose (120-1)
  • Enrollment unexpected (119-20)
  • Relay for Life ready for fundraising marathon (119-19)
  • Proposal amended, passed (119-19)
  • Great times, Golden Oles (119-19)
  • Proposal paused (119-18)
  • Thomforde reflects upon childhood, education, memories (119-17)
  • 'Last Lecture' addresses judgements, goals (119-16)
  • Nichol receives Norwegian honors (119-15)
  • There's no place like Boe (119-13)
  • Platforms garner little attention (119-12)
  • Rumor has it: Campus squirrels are becoming more violent toward students (119-11)
  • Paper count down (119-11)
  • Rumor has it: A brewery used to be located on the St. Olaf campus (119-9)
  • New president sought (119-8)
  • EMTs increase presence (119-8)
  • Study uses incentives (119-8)
  • Study uses incentives (119-8)
  • EMTs increase presence (119-8)
  • New president sought (119-8)
  • Reece talks Homer (119-7)
  • Rumor has it: Dean Kneser rented out the Legion on Halloween (119-6)
  • Sexuality discussed (119-5)
  • Northfield residents angry: Off-campus housing presents problems for neighbors (119-4)
  • Website raises concern (119-4)
  • Admissions laptop stolen (119-4)
  • One-card discussed (119-3)
  • Consistent variations (119-3)
  • Thomforde begins final year (119-1)
  • Bookstore pleases (118-19)
  • Leadership honored (118-19)
  • Coulter affects 'talk back' (118-18)
  • Pushing buttons: Coulter’s speech provokes liberals (118-17)
  • Scholars announced (118-16)
  • Library installs improved system (118-15)
  • Lecture focuses on hope in life (118-15)
  • Ventura ‘tells it like it is’: Former governor slams media, hypocrisy (118-15)
  • Great Conversation gives honors (118-14)
  • Professor rights examined (118-13)
  • Harter found (118-13)
  • Scholars salute Shakespeare’s work (118-12)
  • IIT implements new technology (118-11)
  • Diver missing, presumed dead (118-10)
  • Clouds of concern: Efforts promote tobacco awareness (118-9)
  • Groups evaluate post-election goals (118-8)
  • Battleground Boe : Editors provide insight, reason (118-7)
  • The Breakfast Club (118-7)
  • IIT problems persist (118-6)
  • Campaigning gets personal : Workers experience political life on the trail (118-6)
  • Surplus debated: Senate hears ideas for spending money (118-5)
  • SaveWCAL stays strong (118-5)
  • Program encourages culture (118-4)
  • CARE ministries ready to listen (118-3)
  • Total collections rise: Student Congregation pleased with amount (118-3)
  • Holy pilgrimage to Spain (118-3)
  • SGA finds budget surplus (118-2)
  • WCAL sale raises concerns (118-1)
  • Residence Life set for move out (117-19)
  • Sophomore receives award for leadership (117-17)
  • One-card upgrade debated (117-16)
  • Classroom politics: Texas professor challenges partisan bias (117-15)
  • Alumni giving refines goals (117-14)
  • Intellectual diversity (117-13)
  • Atkins craze results in few diet changes in cafeteria (117-12)
  • Conservative-sponsored teach-in gives alternative perspective on pacifism (117-11)
  • Download deadline set (117-10)
  • Bike thefts rise: number of stolen cycles increases fourfold (117-9)
  • Crowd savors sweet sounds of jazz sextet (117-9)
  • Musicians make a night of Mozart: Choir collaborates with St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (117-8)
  • Sun dawns on service: Attendance high at Volunteer Network events (117-7)
  • Education, value earns ‘Best Buy’ recognition (117-6)
  • Beetles, mice plague residences (117-5)
  • So professor, what do you do for fun? (117-5)
  • Fire sparks safety concerns (117-4)
  • Every life remembered (117-3)
  • Alumni come home for friends, football (117-3)
  • Alumni come home for friends, football (117-3)
  • Every life remembered (117-3)
  • Five stars for 'The Last Five Years' (117-2)
  • Country-western week welcomed: bull ride, bluegrass band begin Homecoming festivities (117-2)
  • New ID cards issued (117-1)



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