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Students to present research at state capitol
FEBRUARY 15, 2013

St. Olaf College students Kristell Caballero-Saucedo '13 and Stephanie Villarreal '13 will present their research at the Minnesota State Capitol February 19 as part of the Private College Scholars at the Capitol event.



Students to present research at state capitol
FEBRUARY 15, 2013

St. Olaf College seniors Kristell Caballero-Saucedo and Stephanie Villarreal will present their research at the Minnesota State Capitol February 19 as part of the Private College Scholars at the Capitol event.



Marino gets tender in the Times
FEBRUARY 14, 2013

"The philosophers, the lovers of wisdom, have pondered and written a lot about love, even erotic and romantic love, but they have given a cold shoulder to that offshoot of love — tenderness," writes Professor of Philosophy Gordon Marino in his latest piece for the New York Times.



Chronicle highlights collaboration
FEBRUARY 11, 2013

Having two liberal arts colleges in the same town is an opportunity for collaboration "too good to pass up," St. Olaf President David R. Anderson '74 and Carleton President Steven Poskanzer tell the Chronicle of Higher Education in a story about how the schools are working together to contain costs.



Alumnus's work wins three Grammy Awards
FEBRUARY 10, 2013

A recording of an original choral composition by St. Olaf College alumnus Rene Clausen '74 won three Grammy Awards Sunday.



Princeton Review names St. Olaf a 'Best Value' college
FEBRUARY 10, 2013

St. Olaf is one of 150 colleges and universities named to the Princeton Review's list of "Best Value Colleges."



Stern named head football coach
FEBRUARY 9, 2013

Craig Stern, a member of the St. Olaf football staff for the last nine seasons and assistant head coach for the last three, has been named the team's new head coach.



St. Olaf receives prestigious Beckman scholarship grant
FEBRUARY 7, 2013

A highly selective grant from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation will support St. Olaf students doing undergraduate research in biology and chemistry. "This is a very prestigious, career-enhancing opportunity for our students," says Professor of Chemistry Mary Walczak.



Armstrong previews concert for Eugene paper
FEBRUARY 6, 2013

"Sometimes people come for entertainment to a concert like this," St. Olaf Choir Conductor Anton Armstrong '78 tells the Eugene, Oregon, Register Guard on the eve of the ensemble's performance there. "And then something more profound happens."



St. Olaf takes No. 2 slot in Peace Corps rankings
FEBRUARY 5, 2013

With 22 alumni currently serving abroad in the U.S. Peace Corps, St. Olaf ranks second on the organization's annual list of top volunteer-producing small colleges and universities.



Longtime CIA officer to speak about hunt for bin Laden
FEBRUARY 5, 2013

Michael Hurley, a career officer with the Central Intelligence Agency who led operations in Afghanistan immediately after the 9/11 attacks, will visit St. Olaf February 7 to speak about the hunt for Osama bin Laden and careers in the intelligence industry.