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Alum Kirbyjon Caldwell ’75 sentenced to six years in prison for fraud

Carleton alumnus and pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell ’75 was sentenced to six years in prison for fraud, according to the New York Times. Caldwell was a spiritual adviser to Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, as well as the leader of Windsor Village United Methodist Church, a predominantly African-American megachurch…

History Professor Serena Zabin makes a splash with newest book

Professor of History Serena Zabin’s newest book was recently ranked 79th on the Amazon Editors’ “Best Books of 2020” list. The Boston Massacre: A Family History tells the story of the Boston Massacre as never before. Zabin said, “we tend to tell the story especially of the Boston Massacre and…

Chapel initiates Courageous Conversations series to discuss white privilege at Carleton

Hannah Campbell Gustafson ’09, Associate Chaplain for Christian and Interfaith Life at Carleton, lives five blocks from where Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd. Residents formed the Powderhorn Park Safety Collective to respond to crime without police involvement. According to Campbell Gustafson, “my husband has been anti-police for a while, but…