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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

Authors

Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Andrea Horbinski
  • Teenage novel enjoyable for all (120-20)
  • Seniors show 'Caught in the Act' (120-20)
  • OLEaders honored (120-20)
  • Sanctions neutralize democracy (120-20)
  • Ole Band proves its worth: Ensemble plays fantastic yet shamefully under-attended concert (120-19)
  • Disagreement animates (120-19)
  • Speaker confronts ancient sacrifice (120-19)
  • Installation pieces refresh senior art show (120-18)
  • Addressing Iran overdue (120-16)
  • Ole Orchestra shines again: faculty soloists on new organ pair with orchestra for seamless concert (120-16)
  • Gladiatoral games uncovered (120-16)
  • Brilliant 'Maids' cast explores taboo themes (120-15)
  • Schodt talks bananas (120-15)
  • Eight harpists, one unique recital (120-14)
  • Entrepreneur bakes (120-14)
  • True Norwegian music fills Boe (120-13)
  • Celebrating Boe’s new organ: From lightning strike to luminous music (120-13)
  • Conference centralizes education (120-13)
  • St. Olaf Band and new organ enliven chapel (120-10)
  • Science Complex inspires (120-10)
  • Science Complex shovels in new era (120-10)
  • Christmas Festival unites (120-9)
  • Deciding who has the privilege to pee: Talented cast of ‘Urinetown’ delivers hilarious performance (120-8)
  • Ambassador praises library (120-8)
  • Midterms mandate change (120-8)
  • Handbell choir finishes tour (120-7)
  • Turbine honors spirit (120-7)
  • Wind blows blessed blades: Founders' Day celebration includes turbine dedication ceremony (120-7)
  • Representative Ray Cox discusses environment (120-6)
  • Community requires empathy (120-6)
  • Home Concert promises excellent year (120-5)
  • DuRocher lectures (120-5)
  • Nuclear test destabilizes (120-4)
  • Speeches unite past, present (120-4)
  • Homecoming disturbs (120-3)
  • Early admission unfair (120-2)
  • Campus changes abound (120-1)
  • Companydance ravishes crowd (119-20)
  • Stav's immigration connection (119-19)
  • Franken addresses values (119-18)
  • Asian elegance (119-16)
  • Couric moves on, up (119-16)
  • Anderson shows promise, humor (119-15)
  • Boldt receives award (119-14)
  • Euphemistic changes (119-14)
  • Desperately seeking president (119-12)
  • 'Wickett's Remedy,' cure for the common novel (119-12)
  • Grant brings Japanese films (119-11)
  • Admissions opportunity: recent hire should advance reputation (119-10)
  • Mbele reads (119-8)
  • Jackson touts Parks, diversity (119-8)
  • Bipartisanship 'Blooms' (119-7)
  • Royal visit mixes tradition, absurdity (119-6)
  • Sing, O Muse, for concert hall (118-18)
  • Classics convention hailed as ‘tough act to follow’ (118-17)
  • Ventura refreshingly candid (118-16)
  • First Lady wrong on Schiavo case (118-15)
  • 'Emperor' eating 'Noodles' (118-14)
  • Aggression shown towards lawmakers: Lawyers, judges worldwide deserve more protection from violence (118-14)
  • ‘Skirt day’ falls short (118-13)
  • Mitchell's 'Atlas' holds up (118-11)
  • Oates' 'Falls' into place (118-3)
  • Bookstore needs independence (117-16)



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