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The Squid Games come to Carleton

Zoe Roettger, Features Editor April 26, 2024

On Saturday, Apr. 20 at 6 p.m., about fifty Carleton students gathered in the Rec to compete in Squid Games, a series of multiplayer activities inspired by the popular Netflix series that bears its name....

Free speech and academic freedom with Professors Amna Khalid and Jeff Snyder

Becky Reinhold, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2024

“Free expression is always under threat, it just varies by degrees,” Professor Jeff Snyder said near the beginning of last week’s talk “Free Expression and Academic Freedom Under Fire: Campus Censorship...

Organizing Carleton’s blood drive

Lizzy Johnstone, Contributing Writer April 26, 2024

Carleton’s blood drive kicked off once again, with many students, faculty and community members showing up to donate. The blood drive was hosted in the Great Hall from April 15-17, coordinated with the...

Perlman Museum caps off exhibit with Art Night

Brady Rivkin, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

On Apr. 11, the Perlman Teaching Museum hosted a Cozy Art Night from 7 to 8:30 p.m.  in the museum space and Weitz atrium to conclude the exhibit “Towards A Warm Embrace.” The exhibit included artwork...

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Trans women of Kolkata exhibit debuts future comps project

Cecilia Samadani, Features Editor April 12, 2024

On Friday, Apr. 5, the Hamlin Creative Space in the Weitz Center hosted a reception for a photo exhibit called “Women of Joy: Inside Kolkata’s Trans Communities.” The exhibit was created by...

Office of the Chaplain hosts Won Buddhist meditation with St. Olaf professor

Isaac Kofsky, Viewpoint Editor April 12, 2024

On Sunday, April 7, over forty students and community members gathered in the chapel to experience a Won Buddhist meditation session and talk led by Professor Sungha Yun, an assistant professor of religion...

“The Female Experience of War” with Classics professor Anastasia Pantazopoulou

Zoe Roettger, Features Editor April 12, 2024

On Tuesday, April 2 during Common Time, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics Anastasia Pantazopoulou, who specializes in Athenian drama, presented a talk to Classics-interested students and professors...

Snow, shots and swing: The history of Midwinter Ball

Esme Krohn, Staff Writer February 2, 2024

This year marks Carleton College’s 44th annual Midwinter Ball. As some unfortunate COVID freshmen (such as myself) may remember, the college also held virtual Midwinter Balls in 2020 and 2021. The idea...

Students dancing in the Synchrony IIs performance

Synchrony II Winter Term performance

Mileana Borowski, Managing Editor February 2, 2024

At 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26 and 27, Synchrony II had their Winter Term performance, “Synchrony Gets SAD (Synchrony Affective Disorder),” in the Great Hall.  To prepare for the show,...

Office of the Chaplain holds Imbolc service with Carleton Druids

Isaac Kofsky, Viewpoint Editor February 2, 2024

On Sunday, Jan. 28, the Carleton and Oakdale Groves of the Reformed Druids of North America (RDNA) hosted a service in the chapel to commemorate the holiday of Imbolc, a holiday commemorating the midpoint...

Knights earn 203-97 dual meet victory over Saint Benedict

Carleton Sports Information January 26, 2024

COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. – Carleton College women's swimming and diving team won 14 of 16 events in their dual win against the College of Saint Benedict. The final score of the meet was 203-97. Zoe Morton...

The CaveFest poster, from the CaveFest Instagram.

The making of the first-ever CaveFest:

Cecilia Samadani, Features Editor January 26, 2024

This Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26 and 27, the Cave will be hosting a brand-new event called CaveFest. The event is essentially a festival where both professional and student bands will be playing throughout...

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