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Controversey served up in the lunch line
As of late there has been a swarm of controversy surrounding our cafeteria. The typical talk about last night's raunchy tacos has been replaced by more serious issues such as harassment of workers and shouting matches between angry students and staff members.
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Construction on campus: new oil tanks ensure heat
Immediately entering Peter Sandberg's office one is confronted by a three foot high, limestone lion with a hardhat cocked on its head. Sandberg, Director of St. Olaf Facilities, is the man in charge of on-campus construction.
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PAC hosts four loacl candidates in lively debate
Following the current debate hysteria, the Political Awareness Committee (PAC) hosted several local candidates for its own debate.
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Students enjoy their lunches in the comfort of Stav Dining Hall.


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As the presidential election draws near, people begin to pay more attention to the issues being debated: education, taxes, the environment, foreign policy, health care, and safety, just to name a few.
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