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Applegate ’17 comes forward about Levi incident

Gillian Applegate ’17 will never forget one of the darkest points of her time at Carleton: the week Professor of Anthropology Jerome Levi groped her inner thigh during her work shift in the Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN) department office. Applegate was one of eight student complainants in a 2016-17 Title…

Jay Levi name change shows college protects itself before students

Shortly before course registration opened for fall term 2019, Anthropology professor Jay Levi’s name was changed from “Jay Levi” to “Jerome M. Levi” on the Carleton Student Hub. Thus, when students went online to register, the classes slated to be taught by Levi were listed under the instructor name “Jerome”…

Speak Up to be run by students, not GSC

Speak Up, Carleton’s annual event dedicated to centering and empowering the voices of sexual violence survivors on campus, will be organized and run entirely by students this year.  While the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) has consistently run Speak Up since its inauguration in 2013, GSC Director Danny Mathews has…

What does your major say about you?

History majors: use “perhaps” in their everyday vernacular, weren’t allowed to watch tv before they finished their homework, have never eaten hot food in the dining halls Environmental Studies majors: disintegrate at the sight of plastic water bottles, exclusively wear Blundstones, shower in the dark American Studies majors: generally salty, drink iced coffee…

Halal meat now available in dining halls

Carleton’s dining services will now offer halal meat for students four days a week. Halal meat will be served in Burton on Mondays and Wednesdays and in the LDC on Tuesdays and Thursdays. As of now, Sayles will not provide halal options. According to Associate Chaplain for Muslim and Interfaith…

A breakdown of getdown songs

If you’re into music and you’re down with kissing and maybe a little more, you’ve probably considered making a “hookup playlist”—you know, a preset queue of songs to get you and your partner in the mood, to set a rhythm or provide some nice background noise. The problem, as many…

Calling all first years (and people not from Minnesota)

Have you recently arrived on campus, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, ready to settle into your cozy new dorm, indulge in Bon App’s gourmet boca burgers and suntan on the Mini Fracking Spot only to discover that you cannot discern the language—nay, lifestyle—of your peers? If so, keep reading. Minnesota may indeed…