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The unspoken history of women in science deserves to be heard

The achievements of male scientists saturate our biology, chemistry and physics textbooks: Avogadro's number, Bernoulli's principle, Coulomb's law, Descartes's theorem, Einstein's theory of relativity,...

The song of the mountains: Connecting to nature in the sciences

“The mountains are calling and I must go, and I will work on while I can, studying incessantly.” In Yosemite Valley, 1873, John Muir...

St. Olaf unveils new reporting system to combat discrimination, bias

Vice President of Equity and Inclusion Bruce King sent out an email on Sept. 11 to notify students about the College’s new policy for...

Confronting racism and sexism in the Great Conversation

As the Great Conversation’s curriculum stands now, whiteness and maleness are lifted up as the pillars of Western civilization. An article published last week...

Opinions section overview

The world is not a simple place.  Everyday we get out of bed, brush our teeth and step into a world filled with people who...