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Stein lends words of wisdom to students
Last Thursday, Nov. 2, Ben Stein entertained and educated St. Olaf students with a hourıs worth of wit and wisdom.
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It's not over yet: fate of election rests on Florida
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, the College Republicans headed up to downtown St. Paul while the College Democrats headed to the Northfield Grand for their respective "victory parties." The College Republicans planned to celebrate the election of Gov. George W. Bush, while the College Democrats expected to cheer Vice President Al Gore into the White House.
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Holocaust denial organizations target campus newspapers
The placement in the Oct. 27 edition of the Manitou Messenger of a politically slanted advertisement headed "Proof of Œgas chambersı?" that questions the existence of the Holocaust created widespread controversy and heated discussion around campus, and raised a number of questions surrounding the adıs origins and intentions.
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State and national representatives of the Democratic national party convene on Buntrock Commons' south plaza to deliver last minute endorsements of their party's candidates.

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How dare a newspaper that continuously runs sanctimonious articles telling St. Olaf students that we must speak out against the intolerance on this campus, print an ad that is as ignorant and blatantly anti-Semitic (intolerant, in other words) as the "Committee for the Open Debate of the Holocaust" ad from last week.
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Oles burned on turf, but await fight for the Goat
Everyone seems to agree that Manitou Hill was a pretty happening place last weekend. There was the home opener for the hockey team, a major social occasion for any Ole.
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