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OCS Office unveils changes, new programs and how new programs come about

Ben More April 13, 2023

Each term, many Carls across countless academic disciplines expand their educational pursuits across the globe. Carleton has long had a reputation as a distinctly international school — roughly 70%...

John Fetterman’s hospitalization and the meaning of “stigma”

Ben More April 6, 2023

Last Friday, John Fetterman (D-PA) returned to his Senate seat after a month-long hospitalization. He was receiving inpatient treatment for a severe depressive episode that caused him to feel “indifferent”...

A conversation with CSA president-elect Quinn Buhman ’24

Ben More February 23, 2023

I sat down with Quinn Buhman ’24, the current CSA treasurer who will succeed Jancyn Appel ’23 as CSA president beginning next term after winning last weekend’s election. Read on for the details...

What is “Super Mario Bros.” about, really?

Ben More January 19, 2023

I want to tell you about a conspiracy that’s been going on right under our noses for almost 40 years and has bled into the upper echelons of society. You see, the most famous video game franchise...

“Wellsprings” exhibit flows into Boliou Hall Gallery

Ben More January 13, 2023

“I think that the only real way we can think about the Earth and our human relationship to the Earth,” said Professor of Environmental Studies Colleen Carpenter, “is in an interdisciplinary manner.”  This...

Archaeology course ties students to community service, Indigenous life

Archaeology course ties students to community service, Indigenous life

Ben More May 26, 2022

ARCN 246, “Archaeological Methods and Lab,” is a relatively new addition to Carleton’s archaeology concentration. It is a required course for the minor that, according to the course catalog, “provides...


Ben More May 19, 2022

Let me be clear: I don’t know who this Rotblatt guy is. But I saw an article in the Carletonian about how Carleton supposedly wants him dead. That made me sad, because I personally believe that colleges...

Farm House hosts Farmstock and Farm Film Fest

Farm House hosts Farmstock and Farm Film Fest

Ben More May 19, 2022

Farm house recently held two large scale events. 6th weekend featured Farm House’s Film and Art Festival (the houses second ever film festival, first art festival since the pandemic has begun, and the...

The real source of “Stigma:” schools, mental health, and neurodivergent

Ben More April 28, 2022

I recently discovered I have a mental disorder. The truth is, though, this isn’t my first rodeo with the mental health industry. I received my first diagnosis when I was in third grade. It was for...

Canines, colleges and contentment: A walk through the SWA dog program

Canines, colleges and contentment: A “walk” through the SWA dog program

Ben More April 22, 2022

The bravest journalists plunge into active war zones in search of stories to tell. I, on the other hand, went to the Office of Health Promotion in Sayles for one of its weekly Student Wellness Associate...

Security Not-ters March 7-11: New Moon

Ben More March 11, 2022

 These are what the Security Blotters won’t give you: unbiased, unedited accounts of Carleton Campus Security. Monday, March 7 Morning: No medicals. Boredom. Security instead responded to a pretend...

Kari Scheurer: The Queen of Quarantine

Ben More March 11, 2022

If there’s one lesson Carls have learned outside of the classroom these past two years, it’s that there’s no easy way to enter isolation. Sophie Draper ’24 was a close contact of one of the...

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