On Friday, September 20, comedy groups Cujokra, Queens of Comedy and Lenny Dee performed at a comedy showcase in the Little Nourse Theater.
Over 150 student organizations tabled at Friday’s Student Involvement Fair, held on The Bald Spot. The fair encouraged new and returning students alike to get involved in a variety of clubs, sports, volunteer programs, student publications, comedy groups, and various other activities.
Holi festivities were held on the lawn between Cowling and Watson on Sunday, May 26. Holi, the Hindu festival of colors, is observed in March. Student organization MOSAIC (Mosaic Of South Asian Interests at Carleton) traditionally waits for springtime weather at Carleton to celebrate the festival with bright colored powder.
On Friday, May 10, the Cave hosted four local drag queens at Club Night. Pictured here is Augustina, mid-performance.
On Saturday, May 11, Carleton students celebrated Hmong Awareness Day by learning about Hmong culture and eating Hmong food at an event sponsored by the Coalition of Hmong Students.
On Monday, April 29, students competed to win the title of “best cookie” by sharing samples with dinner-goers in LDC. This year’s winner was David O’Dea ’19, whose Cashew Coconut Cookie was later featured as a dessert option in the dining halls.
On Saturday, May 4, Twin Cities-based group Blackout Improv hosted two workshops and gave a performance (opened by Carleton’s own improv troupe Cujokra).
On Friday, April 26, senior Psychology majors presented their Comps projects in the Weitz Center for Creativity. Pictured: Ian Kpachavi ’17 (Educational Associate in Psychology), Kyle Berglund ’19, and Peep Crider ’20.