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    • A hard look at Carleton’s endowment
      At the May 21 Convocation, climate action leader Ayana Elizabeth Johnson wasted no time. “Has Carleton divested its endowment from fossil fuels?” she asked with...
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    • Portrait of a young tattoo artist
      Tattoos are becoming more and more popular with younger generations. This week, the Carletonian’s Tali Emlen sat down with a young tattoo artist to talk...
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    • A conversation with Bat-Orgil Batjargal about yurts, Mongolia and his Carleton experience
      Bat-Orgil Batjargal, otherwise known as Bata or “the Mongol” as he signs off his emails, is a well-known figure on Carleton College’s campus. A senior...
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  • sports

    • Carls shine at Track and Field National Championships
      This weekend marked the end of the collegiate Track and Field season as four Carls—Matt Wilkinson ’21, Amanda Mosborg ’21, Lucas Mueller ’21, and Clara...
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    • Spring athletic seasons end with a bang: a look at how each team fared
      This spring athletic season marked an unprecedented one at Carleton College. Due to COVID-19 restrictions there were no fans in the stands, and teams did...
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    • Sydney Marsh ’22 takes second at MIAC Heptathlon
      Carleton’s Sydney Marsh (Jr./Austin, Minn./Austin) climbed up the leaderboard on Day 2 of the MIAC Heptathlon and finished the competition in second place, earning All-MIAC...
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  • Viewpoint

    • From Professor Fred Hagstrom: a message to seniors
      To the Class of 2021, I suppose that I would feel unusually close to your class since this is my last year of teaching. You...
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    • On pre-med culture
      Years ago, I, having read Oliver Sacks’ "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat" as well as Paul Kalanithi’s "When Becomes Air," and...
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    • No nuance between life and death
      Last week, an unsurprisingly-anonymous op-ed in this paper bemoaned the lack of “nuance” regarding what the author referred to as “the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.” The article...
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  • Bald Spot

    • Carleton cryptids: Perish House
      The school year is nearly over. Practically doubled over from the weight of their leaves, the trees mask the still-roaming spirits. And I prepare to...
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    • Arb notes: night life in the Arb
      American toad. Ever taken a walk (or a nap) in the Lower Arb when the sun is down and the moon glares bright? The woods,...
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