Some members of the Carleton community received the COVID-19 vaccine outside the Great Hall this week. Carleton has administered over 300 vaccinations in the past two weeks after receiving two shipments of the Moderna vaccine from the state of Minnesota, according to an April 7 email from Dean of Student
Indigenous water protectors pray inside a waaginogaan, an Anishinaabe prayer structure, while non-Indigenous allies—including several Carls—lock down around them at a March 25 protest against the Line 3 pipeline in Hubbard County, Minnesota. Photo provided by the Giniw Collective.
On March 25, Indigenous water protectors and allies staged a direct action protest at a Line 3 construction site in Hubbard County, Minnesota. More than 10 Carleton students were involved in the protest, including four students who locked down to prevent construction and were among the 26 protesters arrested. Line
Behind the thick glass doors of the Perlman Art Museum is a tribute to three longtime art professors—Fred Hagstrom, Daniel Bruggeman and Linda Rossi—who are retiring from Carleton at the end of this year. The exhibit, “Chronologia,” shows various works from each of their careers and highlights the impact they
Junior Jacob Smith at the plate against Bethel on Monday. Smith went 2-4 in game two, with two RBI’s and one run scored. Photo by Art Onwumere.
Following an offseason of uncertainty and a week of ‘lying low’ prior to their first game, the Carleton baseball team took the diamond on Monday to make their season debut in a doubleheader against the Bethel Royals, a team with 12 games already under their belt boasting an impressive record
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