Analysis Lends Support That St. Olaf Painting Is An Edvard Munch OriginalSt. Olaf College is one step closer to confirming that a painting that hung on campus for decades is the work of a Norwegian master.
Possible Edvard Munch Painting Awaits Confirmation At St. Olaf CollegeSt. Olaf College awaits scientific evidence to determine whether a decades-old campus painting was created by famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch.
St. Olaf Partners With FBI On Racist Note InvestigationSt. Olaf College is now working with the FBI to figure out who left racist notes around campus.
St. Olaf Dean Of Students Responds To Racist LetterProtests erupted at St. Olaf College in Northfield Saturday night after racist messages were sent to students.
4 Things To Know For Today: Trump Rally, Racism On CampusHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, April 30, 2017.
Former Coach Remembers Minnesota Soldier Killed In AfghanistanA soldier with Minnesota ties who was killed on Tuesday while on patrol in Afghanistan is being honored by his former college swim coach.
Former Wisconsin Hockey Coach Hired At St. OlafSt. Olaf has hired Mike Eaves as its new men’s hockey coach, the college announced Friday.
St. Olaf Student Claims School Failed Her After RapeA group of students wearing shirts that read "Ask Me How My College Is Protecting My Rapist" is creating a stir on a Minnesota campus. Senior Madeline Wilson decided to make the shirts after officials at St. Olaf College determined her sexual assault complaint was unfounded.
Tommies Blog: St. Olaf Next After St. Thomas Wins Rivalry Game 35-14The St. Thomas football team controlled both sides of the line of scrimmage in front of a record crowd of more than 17,000 to claim a 35-14 win over rival St. Johns.
St. Olaf Coach Reflects On Life In BasketballSit with Dan Kosmoski and it’s easy to get caught up in the good old days. The St. Olaf head basketball coach grew up to play for the Gopher basketball team, and then served as one of its coaches. He used to play and coach with some pretty impressive talent.
Wander Minnesota: December Festivities (Week 1)The month of December is an exceptionally busy one for this festival-fond state. To try and get as much coverage as possible without creating a blog post that's a mile long, I'm going to report weekly this month. Today's installment will include events through Sunday, Dec. 7.
St. Olaf's Rwandan Students 'Thankful' For Gift Of EducationOn a cold, clear, Minnesota morning, Norbert Abayisenga is headed to biology class. He is a sophomore in a sea of 3,100 St. Olaf College students. "I really appreciate my past and I don't regret my past because it made me into who I am," Abayisenga said.
Rival Minn. Schools Show Solidarity After TragedyCollege students in Northfield are coming together to support a neighboring school. After learning of the death of a student at St. Olaf last week, Carleton students filled every mailbox at St. Olaf with a flower as a way to show solidarity. "It was an absolutely incredible gesture that we experienced from Carleton," said junior John Bruer.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Looks To Rebound At St. OlafThe St. Thomas football team likely has to win the rest of its games after losing to St. John's last Saturday to get to the NCAA Playoffs. They still face tough league games against Bethel, the consensus MIAC favorite, Ausgburg, Concordia and Gustavus.
In NCAA D3 Basketball Tournaments, 7 Minn. Teams Four women's teams and three men's teams from Minnesota have been picked for the NCAA Division III basketball tournaments.