By Kari VanDerVeen
Thousands of hours spent building a machine that took 239 steps to change a light bulb paid off for a group of St. Olaf students when they won the National Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
By Kim Ode
St. Olaf Classics Professor Jim May is a Renaissance man shaped by Ohio steel towns, Grecian seas, and the Minnesota prairie.
Business at Hand
By Marla Hill Holt ’88
St. Olaf College’s Mayo Innovation Scholars are tackling real-world problems at the interface of science and business.
By J. Trout Lowen
Alison Feigh ’00 has been tackling the problem of missing and exploited children for more than a decade.
By Mara Kumagai Fink ’11
Thanks to Professor Kay Smith, St. Olaf math students have become more aware of the art and symmetry that exists all over campus.
St. Olaf Q&A
By Anna Stevens ’10
English Professor Jennifer Kwon Dobbs shares her experiences and love of writing with St. Olaf students.
Almanac: Cooking Up Memories
By Jeff Sauve
A look at St. Olaf’s culinary history.
St. Olaf honors its retiring faculty: Lynn Steen, Mary Steen, Martha Wallace ’75, and Gene Bakko.