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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
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  • Palestinian experience gives perspective (121-19)
  • Distance diverts support (121-17)
  • test (121-12)
  • Tutors break hearts (121-7)
  • Assault taboos must shatter (117-16)
  • Marching for rights: Pro-choice rally gathers in Washington (117-16)
  • Cost of singles affects rooming (117-16)
  • Tiny's wins sizable raves (117-16)
  • De-evolution (117-16)
  • Dancing for his life (117-16)
  • Air America (117-15)
  • Ole Sports Shorts (117-15)
  • Fastpitch endures rough spring break, starts strong in the MIAC (117-15)
  • Bandwagon fans: A necessary evil (117-15)
  • Saddlin' up at the 'Ranch' (117-13)
  • Roy attacks U.S. globalization in 'War Talk' (117-12)
  • Refreshing presence (117-12)
  • Diggin' The Roots' at Northrop (117-12)
  • Adolescent Culture (117-12)
  • Health Watch: Dietary supplement Ephedra sparks debate (116-14)
  • Coveted loft living cherished by residents (116-14)
  • Safety truly transcends writing tickets: Student gains the perspective of a public safety officer (116-14)
  • Speed dating prevails in world of singles (116-14)
  • Campus Cribs (116-14)
  • Local restaurant serves up ‘tres bon’ cuisine (116-13)
  • Critic's Corner (116-13)
  • Sister Speaks (116-13)
  • Donate pint of blood, give gift of life (116-13)
  • Uncovered: Truth behind the myths (116-13)
  • Keith flaunts 'country pride' (116-13)
  • Exhibit reveals Viking exploration (116-12)
  • Black History month in perspective: The Cultural Union for Black Expression hosts events (116-12)
  • Men play active role in pregnancy decision (116-12)
  • Animated history lesson: Series places historical figures in high school setting (116-12)
  • American viewers sit, enjoy hot cup of 'Joe' (116-12)
  • Love conquers some, not all (116-11)
  • One hundred days and counting (116-11)
  • Possibility of war sparks discussion: Students speak out regarding controversy (116-11)
  • Heroism surfaces off the Hill (116-11)
  • Organizing an Interim that’s worth the wait (116-11)
  • Snapshots of cultural experiences: Students reflect on Interim and talk about what they’'ve learned (116-11)
  • Sister Speaks (116-10)
  • Sharing the Spirit (116-10)
  • Intriguing holiday sites bring cheer (116-10)
  • Holiday Craze (116-10)
  • Add a unique touch this season with creative holiday gift ideas (116-10)
  • College Cheers and Jeers (116-9)
  • Soft market motivates students to consider graduate programs (116-9)
  • Flickerstick creating a ‘catastrophe’ (116-9)
  • Uncovering details that reveal the essence of family (116-9)
  • Dessert comes first at Cheesecake Factory (116-8)
  • Exercising a new major (116-8)
  • Bird 'watching' (116-8)
  • Schuhle makes breakfast brighter (116-8)
  • 'Continuing the Story Cloth' during New Year celebration (116-8)
  • Treatment Available for seeking students (116-8)
  • Sister Speaks (116-7)
  • College Cheers and Jeers: Introducing newsworthy clips from Wartburg, Stout (116-7)
  • 'Talking' about culture (116-7)
  • 'Population' muses life's uncertainties (116-7)
  • Students Light Up Despite Hazordous Risks (116-7)
  • Voting Demographics Shift (116-6)
  • Taylors Falls; variety in a small town (116-6)
  • Critics Corner: “Sweet Home Alabama” reels in audience with sweet romance and comedic script (116-6)
  • 'Jungle Fever' at the Science Museum (116-6)
  • St. Olaf ranks 17th as a top producer of undergraduate study (116-6)
  • Sister Speaks (116-5)
  • Jobs bring financial considerations (116-5)
  • Dean Berrio advocates for culture and diversity (116-5)
  • Wilson returns to the prenumbra (116-5)
  • 'Theater of War' depicts power of politicians (116-5)
  • Children find security in American homes (116-5)
  • Traveling abroad ignites interest to adopt internationally (116-5)
  • Making It Big: Christianson breaks through with new sound (116-4)
  • New plans for planetarium (116-4)
  • Ventura strengthens ties with Cuba (116-4)
  • ‘Barbershop’ portrays unique community (116-4)
  • Memorabalia adorns walls of newly established Applebee’s (116-4)
  • Hispanica Heritage Month Celebrated Nationwide: Connecting students with their culture (116-4)
  • Rocking in a Malt-O-Meal town (116-4)
  • Bar Code Blue: Local band with a hometown appeal (116-4)
  • Sister Speaks: A column addressing questions that concern race, culture, and identity (116-3)
  • TV series highlights newfound talent (116-3)
  • New talent dominates 54th Emmy awards (116-3)
  • Broadcasting Abduction (116-3)
  • Law enforcement officials linking online (116-3)
  • Chino Latino Too Hot to Resist (116-2)
  • Written talent beyond classroom discussion (116-2)
  • Celebrating the USA (116-2)
  • From Image to Message (116-2)
  • Generating an awareness for physical fitness (116-2)
  • Cultivating the spiritual self (116-2)
  • Teigland leaves more than his mark (115-21)
  • Patrignani brings balance (115-21)
  • Time travel with VARIETY (115-21)
  • Concert Craze (115-21)
  • Flicks for fun (115-21)
  • Meet faculty gem Charles Wilson (115-19)
  • 'Walla' shares soft spot for political life - and buffalo wings (115-19)
  • Entertainment News in Brief (115-19)
  • The Procrastination Station (115-19)
  • 'Murder' killing viewers softly (115-19)
  • Senior Hanna Oliha shares the secrets central to her success (115-18)
  • A Conversational retreat (115-18)
  • Werner-Freeman studies the art of acting (115-18)
  • The end of Oprah's book club raises questions about fiction's future (115-18)
  • Entertainment: News in Brief (115-18)
  • 'Iris' captures Murdoch's spirit (115-18)
  • Marotz shares talents across campus (115-17)
  • New flick Resident Evil causes screams (115-17)
  • Have you ever wondered how to create your own bronze sculpture? (115-17)
  • Winners can't stop talking (115-17)
  • Culture through photos (115-17)
  • Tearing down invisible walls (115-16)
  • Curling up on the couch with these must-sees (115-16)
  • How to spice up your spring break (115-16)
  • Catwalking into springtime (115-16)
  • Takaki reflects on U.S. culture (115-16)
  • Campus Security Report: March 11 - March 17, 2002 (115-16)
  • Back to the days of no boys allowed: Heritage room houses Ladies’ Hall display (115-16)
  • DeVries wins Fulbright Senior Specialist grant (115-16)
  • Budget cuts angers pastor: Peters addresses national problems in chapel (115-16)
  • For what it'$ worth (115-15)
  • Hollywood springing up (115-14)
  • NBC hopes viewers are ‘Watching Ellie’ (115-14)
  • Jackson takes her place in St. Olaf history (115-14)
  • Running around the college clock (115-14)
  • Madness and the movies (115-14)
  • Stretching the soul (115-14)
  • Worm virus ‘worst ever’ (115-14)
  • Campus Security Report (115-14)
  • Candidate Lourey visits, campaigns (115-14)
  • Father talks forgiveness (115-14)
  • Staff, faculty study Ally role (115-14)
  • Camera’s view of an epidemic (115-14)
  • Reynolds’ life remembered (115-14)
  • Downhill not missing a gate, men's and women's alpine going to New Hampshire (115-13)
  • Behind St. Olaf’'s Stained Glass (115-13)
  • Take a walk through this ‘Park’ (115-13)
  • World-class architect takes Guthrie Theater to new heights (115-13)
  • The glorious sounds of St. Olaf music ensembles (115-12)
  • Still learning to grieve (115-13)
  • World observes Year of the Horse (115-12)
  • Manitou Messenger In-Depth Report: Health Services in for a check-up (115-12)
  • March revels in countdown (115-12)
  • Activist Brown speaks out (115-12)
  • ‘Community Time’ considered: Dean and Provost Jim Pence proposes one-hour Thursday time slot (115-12)
  • Rigging the Rings (115-12)



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