By Marc Hequet and J. Trout Lowen
The United States needs more science and math graduates to ensure our nations’ competitiveness in an increasingly complex and technological world. St. Olaf College is doing its part to help meet that need with the creation of the new National Science Foundation scholarship programs targeting students in biology, math, and chemistry. .
Crossroads of the World
By David McKay Wilson
Like St. Olaf College, the International Summer School at the University of Oslo is dedicated to fostering multicultural understanding and international good will. St. Olaf students who study there take home with them not only their newly acquired academic knowledge and the magical experience of a Norwegian summer, but also a broader international awareness.
World Views 2008
Winning entries from the annual Gimse International and Off-Campus Studies Photo Contest feature images from Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kenya, Peru, and more.
By Carolyn Nitz ’69
Norwegian Professor Solveig Zempel ’69 lives her heritage and pursues her profession in a uniquely intertwined fashion.
St. Olaf Q&A: Civic Engagement
By Kari VanDerVeen
Political Science Professor Dan Hofrenning offers students a front-row seat in presidential politics.
Almanac: “Frosh” Beanies
By Jeff Sauve
The tradition of wearing a green beanie began in 1909 with first-year St. Olaf men and, remarkably, lasted for 60 years.