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    <ong>Coughlin ‘12 Wins Prestigious Churchill Scholarship
    Michael Coughlin ’12 has earned one of the 14 Churchill Scholarships, providing him a full scholarship to earn his master’s degree at the Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge University. It is awarded to graduating seniors and recent graduates demonstrating exceptional academic talent, outstanding personal qualities and a capacity to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the sciences, engineering, or mathematics.
    Coughlin is the lone student from a Minnesota college or university to earn the award.

    Carleton to Present Recital by the Chiarina Piano Quartet
    Carleton will host a faculty and guest artist concert featuring the Chiarina Piano Quartet on Friday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Concert Hall. Performers include Mary Budd Horozaniecki (violin), Nancy Nehring (viola), Mark Rudoff (cello) and David Viscoli (piano). The program will feature Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Quartet in C Major”, Lee Hoiby’s “Dark Rosaleen”, “Rhapsody on an Air” by James Joyce, and Johannes Brahms’ “Quartet in C Minor.” This concert is free and open to the public.

    The Libe Displays Series of New Exhibits

    A new series of exhibitions are on display in the Gould Library this winter, showcasing objects and images both generated by students and drawn from the library’s extensive collection. The four new exhibits—“Masquerading Politics,” “Cryptolibrary,” “Fovea Centralis,” and “Vietnam 2011”—are currently on display through March 11, 2012. Access to the Gould Library is free and open to the public.

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