A number of Carleton faculty participated in the Scholar Strike for Racial Justice on September 8th and 9th, during move-in days at Carleton. Faculty seized the opportunity to educate themselves and others on topics of racial injustice and to discuss ongoing action to improve racial equity on campus. Two professors,
If you are one of the many students at Carleton who has never had a serious illness, never questioned your access to healthcare and never been immunocompromised, your health has probably never been at the forefront of your decision making. Now, students are forced to factor their health into the
Every spring, room draw brings its fair share of drama. Students usually struggle with questions like, “who should I live with this year?” or “is my number good enough for that Burton single?” This year, many students were faced with the question of whether to come back at all. For
Although the majority of Carleton’s student body is on campus this fall, academic life remains predominantly online. Carleton gave faculty members the discretion to choose between four different instructional modes for their Fall Term courses—online, hybrid, mixed mode and face-to-face. Hybrid courses include online instruction alongside mandatory in-person components. In
After months of quarantine and social distancing, the time has finally come. Laird Stadium’s gridiron is painted, Bell Field’s soccer pitch is drawn to perfection and the lane lines at Thorpe Pool are stretched in place. On Monday September 28th, athletic teams across campus will begin to navigate the uncharted
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