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Continuing an unofficial Ole tradition
By Erica Starr
Saturday, February 17 was marked as a day of significance for the class of 2001. In celebration of graduating in 100 days from that day, voluntary members of the senior class marched from campus downtown to the Rueb for a night of drink specials, entertainment, memories and class bonding.
Holding on to the important things
By Kate Lee
A classmate of mine in high school once wrote that the four years of high school are like the seasons of the year. As first-years, we begin in spring, full of new life and change- a time of blossoming. As sophomores, we settle in and get lazy like summertime...
Looking back over what happened in the UmYaYa! years
1997... Bulldozers and a wrecking ball took old Ytterboe Hall down in stages with a shower of bricks.
St. Olaf Career Development Center open resource for all students needing guidance
By Anna Palmer
The dilemma: the daunting task of how to begin preparation for life beyond The Hill. Many Olaf students have a hard time knowing where to begin when looking for a job or internship.
Words of wisdom to all staying behind
By Van Do
Students should take the wonderful opportunities for becoming involved, whether it be in sports, clubs, organizations, or volunteering. It's just a great way to meet other students, especially for first-years.
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