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Lax teams move forward with a full head of steam

The Carleton men’s lacrosse team continues to roll as it heads into Saturday’s showdown with the number two-ranked team in the country, the St. Thomas Tommies. The Knights are coming off huge victories over the weekend against North Dakota and Augsburg in which they scored a combined 27 goals against…

Update Men’s Lax

The Carleton lacrosse team kicked off a new season toward the end of winter term with 3 games and is now in the main part of the season. Armed with stylish new jerseys and helmets, the team has come into the season with an unprecedented level of seriousness and focus,…

Congressional candidate Sarvi speaks

On Wednesday, Nov. 7, Democratic congressional candidate Steve Sarvi spoke at Carleton College about his current campaign. Sarvi is running against current Republican Representative John Kline in the 2008 Minnesota 2nd District Congressional election. Organized by the Carleton Democrats, the event focused on Sarvi’s campaign and how students can become…

Women’s soccer keeps winning

The Carleton women’s soccer team continues to win in its bid to make the MIAC playoffs. On Sat., Oct. 20, the team had an overwhelming 5-0 road victory over Hamline University in which Dylan Welch ‘08 led the Knights with a goal and to assists. Sophie Wood ‘09 notched her…

Faculty and students review curriculum

The Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC) at Carleton College is currently spearheading one of its most auspicious projects in the last half-century. Under the auspices of the ECC, a select number of Carleton faculty and students are undertaking a curricular review, a process that Carleton last did forty years ago.…