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A former Editor-in-Chief looks back

Dylan Larson-Harsch May 31, 2019

When starting to write this reflection, I didn’t know whether to focus on my time at Carleton or the Carletonian itself. Then I thought that it’s possible I might be too jaded at this point to focus...

Spotlight on Benedict Visiting Professor: Marlon Bailey

Dylan Larson-Harsch March 1, 2019

Dr. Marlon Bailey, the Benedict Distinguished Visiting Professor in Africana Studies, advances the slide on his PowerPoint. A picture of Bailey appears, but altered somewhat – he is wearing a crisp,...

Australia OCS program canceled amid investigation, restructuring concerns

Dylan Larson-Harsch May 27, 2018

This year, 74 students applied to the Biology department’s Ecology in Australia Off-Campus Studies (OCS) program—the highest number of applicants that had ever applied. Led by Lecturer in Biology Annie...

How Do We Define Guilty Pleasures? And What Do We Do With Them?

Dylan Larson-Harsch May 16, 2018

We’ve all had them—those TV shows we can’t stop watching, in spite of their low production values, bad writing or clearly exploitative premises. For me, it started with the show Revenge, which aired...

Ryan Terrien ’09, Carleton Alum, Receives NASA Astronomy Grant

Dylan Larson-Harsch April 29, 2018

This March, Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy Ryan Terrien ’09 received a grant from NASA to work on the NEID (pronounced “new-id”) spectrograph, a device used to detect exoplanets,...

Students hold rally to protest Trump

Dylan Larson-Harsch November 11, 2016

After seeing Donald Trump get elected the night before, students on Wednesday gathered for a rally in front of Sayles to process the result and to discuss what options the community has going forward. The...

Students share housing concerns

Dylan Larson-Harsch October 28, 2016

Every term, students who are off-campus must find housing for their return to Carleton. Many students say, however, that the process for finding a place to live is confusing and difficult. As it stands...

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