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MPR visits the Hill
December 5, 2011
Minnesota Public Radio's higher ed blogger, Alex Friedrich, recently spent a day writing from St. Olaf about a variety of topics, ranging from chapel and Clarinet Choir to a pirate class and lutefisk. He was especially drawn to "a shrine of sorts to professors" (photo at right, and in the final story listed below).
- Visiting the Oles today
- Why a winter’s morning at St. Olaf is like a vacation
- How Oles leave their backpacks just hanging around
- Where Oles sleep and hang out
- Who goes to chapel at St. Olaf College — and why
- Some snow graffiti I saw at St. Olaf
- The environment and my St. Olaf snack
- Why music is everywhere at St. Olaf
- The ethereal sound you’ll hear at St. Olaf
- Hey, Oles: So you think you’re in Norway?
- How I learned to stop worrying and love St. Olaf’s lutefisk
- Why not too many Oles are saying 'Hi Mom' right now
- Some unusual St. Olaf College student organizations
- How some St. Olaf students show profs appreciation