Eleven student workers at LDC have been quarantined since last week because they were identified as close contacts of one co-worker. Eric Rasmussen, Bon Appetit’s director of operations, said in an email that they will not be compensated for their lost hours. In response, the students in quarantine expressed frustration
The Dean of Students Office announced on October 1 that a $150 COVID-19 test fee will be imposed on students leaving campus urgently and later returning. Weekly random tests have otherwise been free for students. This change is not a result of the college’s inability to fund tests; rather, it
On Saturday, October 17, over 100 people young and old participated in a pre-election Women’s March through Northfield. The event was organized by the Northfield Women’s March—a community organization—and involved a vocal performance, a march and a series of speeches in Bridge Square. Messages from both the organizers and participants
On Tuesday, October 13, students from Carleton and St. Olaf, as well as Northfield community members, held a No Trump in Northfield and Black Lives Matter protest. Participants gathered in Bridge Square and then walked to the intersection of Division and 2nd Street holding signs and chanting to protest Eric
Athletes across different teams practiced this week as Carleton’s athletic programs entered Phase 2 of COVID-19 protocol, under which practice pods can compete against one another and in-person team meetings can be held outside of practice. Unfortunately, Tuesday’s early snowstorm, coupled with a bleak weather forecast for the next two
One bright spot in the bleak Zoom landscape of online school is the appearance of a dog or cat (or bearded dragon?) wandering through the frame. We asked professors to sit down for a chat with their pets to see what life is like with their human companions home with
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