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Thomforde rubs shoulders with students
We've all heard about St. Olaf's new president and how tall he is, what a great basketball player he was, and how he was on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Lately, however, President Thomforde is becoming known for his visits to the Pause, basketball games, musical events, and many other student body functions.
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Tim Wise asks audience: "Was Jesus black or white?"
"My goal is the eradication of white supremacy," said Tim Wise, a leading social critic and activist, who gave a speech at St. Olaf on Mar. 6 entitled "Undoing White Supremacy in the 21st Century: Individual and Institutional Racism."
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Two dead, 12 injured in high school shooting
The nation mourned the loss of innocent lives after a 15-year-old freshman started firing a .22-caliber gun at his classmates Monday morning. This recent act of school violence left two students dead and thirteen others wounded.
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President Thomforde sits in his new office in the Administration Building. So far, St. Olaf students have left a favorable impression on him, and he has impressed students with his continued participation.

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Vegans promote health, environment
According to the opinion article by Nick Grey two weeks ago, vegans are people harboring such "an extreme hatred for humanity" that they violate their biological needs and suppress their natural abilities so that humans will become subservient to animals. However, vegans are not self-loathing, anti-social freaks that only eat berries and roots while squatting naked over a mud pit.
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Women's tennis team encouraged by victories
The St. Olaf womenıs tennis team has a long standing tradition of excellence. According to Scott Nebsbit, coach of both the men's and womenıs teams, this year should be no exception.
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