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“Step Back, Listen Up”: Washburn High School performs at Carleton

This week, the Washburn High School’s Black Box Theater came to Carleton to present their latest act “Step Back, Listen Up: Stories we all need to Hear: Promoting youth voices and change through social justice theater.” Setting up the rhythm of the performance with strong call-and-response chants of “Where you…

“But you can’t vote”: Why international students should care about US politics

It was ten minutes into the lunch hour and Ms Iyer, my biology teacher, at my international school in Japan, announced to a packed cafeteria that she is suspending the class for the day. A few sighs of relief in an otherwise tense environment. The projector was displaying the live…

Is my career path shiny enough for Carleton?

As internship season has come into full swing, the rush to show off bright and shiny summer opportunities has arrived. And the rush is accompanied by stress, anxiety and feelings of belittlement if you haven’t received an internship offer yet. After two months of pure horror of still being unemployed…

Students review Northfield’s newest coffee shop

Big joy at Little Joy by Jack Coyne Northfield isn’t, and has never been, a static place. During my four years at Carleton, this sleepy college town has seen a number of significant changes, altering the fabric of the community in both big and small ways. From Econo’s metamorphosis into…