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Students gather outside Laird for a protest in favor of divesting
Students stage sit-in at Laird Hall
Ian Rothfeld, Bax Meyer, and Becky Reinhold May 24, 2024
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This week in sports
Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer • May 24, 2024
ENTS comps concludes after rocky start
Bax Meyer, Managing Editor • May 24, 2024
The opening event hosted lots of visitors.
Carleton celebrates studio art majors at the senior art show
Lizzy Johnstone, Contributing Writer • May 24, 2024

On May 10, the Perlman Teaching Museum hosted the opening of the senior art show, filled with colorful and interactive artwork. Graduating studio...

Carl Henry to throw first pitch at Rotblatt 158
Isabel Rameker, Contributing Writer • May 24, 2024

Carl Henry has been around Northfield, and more specifically Carleton, for nearly his entire life. Born in Northfield and raised in Indiana,...

A history of Carleton protests
Cecilia Samadani, Features Editor • May 24, 2024

In light of the recent occupation of Laird Hall by Carleton’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), discussions have come up...

The use of sound in the Zone of Interest
Ella Parke, Staff Writer • May 24, 2024

Last weekend, an Oscar-winning film for best sound, “The Zone of Interest,” was shown at the Weitz during the Student Union Movie Organization’s...

Do not divest: a defense of the endowment
Anonymous, Contributing Writer • May 24, 2024
What does student journalism mean?
Becky Reinhold, Editor-in-Chief • May 24, 2024
Let's not get into specifics
Cecilia Samadani, Features Editor • May 17, 2024
Weekly comic - self-care
Kate Fair May 25, 2024

An analysis of PDA at Carleton
Zoe Roettger and Rahim Hamid May 25, 2024

PDA, or public displays of affection, we all know it, love it and definitely do not engage in it during West Coast Swing. Nor would any couple...

Students shocked by information about unorthodox psychology experiments
Tabitha Jones, Bald Spot Editor • May 25, 2024

The Carletonian was shocked to receive a disturbing anonymous tip about some proposed changes to the introductory psychology class at Carleton...

Admin suspected of telepathically harassing students who are not prepared to move out
Tabitha Jones, Bald Spot Editor • May 25, 2024

Have you been having nightmares about moving out or even back in? Do you see that pile of chargers in the corner of the room every time you close...

Vol. CXVLIII, No. 9
January 9, 2024