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'He Comes to Us' attracts thousands
"He Comes To US" was this year's theme for St. Olaf's Christmas Festival. Continuing the tradition of worship through a service of music this year was the 89th Christmas. The first Christmas Festival was planned and directed by F. Melius Christansen. It was originally a worship service for St. Olaf students, faculty and staff.
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Chapel blessed by speakers, dancers
Last weekšs Christmas Festival brought a host of different speakers to Boe Chapel for the morning chapel talks.
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Drama, music used as alternative therapies
Ever noticed how listening to that one perfect song can totally improve onešs mood, or whisk one back to a certain point in time?
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The five choirs combine to show the Sunday afternoon audience why the Christmas Festival has been heralded as one of the nation's top holiday events.

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What would be the hardest thing for you to bring yourself to do? This question came up last Saturday night, when some friends and I were playing a particularly probing game of Truth. "Testing our embarrassment threshold," my friend called it. First, in response to this question, we went for the comfortably abstract: arguing against the existence of God on national television, selling one's body as a whore in Las Vegas, sleeping with a particularly unsavory person.
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Hockey is swept despite home ice advantage
The St. Olaf menšs hockey team was looking to rid itself of a four game losing streak this past weekend against Hamline University, a team that had only won one of their last 45 MIAC games.
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