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Arb Notes: Enjoying Winter!

Arb Notes: Enjoying Winter!

Hannah Davis January 21, 2022

Our Northfield winters are so very cold, and it can be difficult to find any reason to brave the outdoors. However, I’m here to share a few of the things that motivate me to don an alarming number of...

Students and staff reflect on changes made to consent education during NSW

Students and staff reflect on changes made to consent education during NSW

Hannah Davis October 25, 2021

“Whether it’s tea or sex, consent is everything.” Upperclassmen at Carleton likely recall hearing these words from a stick-figure narrator during an educational video that uses tea as a metaphor...

TRIO / SSS (Student Support Services)

Hannah Davis October 22, 2021

Since 1981, Carleton’s federally-funded TRIO/SSS (Student Support Services) Program has provided a community for 140 students who either are low-income, first-generation college students and/or have...

Cold and hungry: how Carleton students survived a severe winter storm in Texas

Cold and hungry: how Carleton students survived a severe winter storm in Texas

Hannah Davis March 6, 2021

When Sergio Gonzalez ’23 woke up in Houston on February 17 and checked his faucet to see if his water was running again, he couldn’t believe that he could see his breath indoors.  At first,...

The friendly tamarin faces of the Primate Cognition Lab

The friendly tamarin faces of the Primate Cognition Lab

Hannah Davis February 20, 2021

For most students, Hulings Hall  is the location of the Biology and Psychology departments, but for the eight tamarin monkeys in Professor of Psychology Julie Neiworth’s Primate Cognition Lab,...

Green in a global crisis: a look at the effects of the pandemic on waste production

Green in a global crisis: a look at the effects of the pandemic on waste production

Hannah Davis November 14, 2020

For the past couple of decades, Carleton has worked to promote environmentally responsible practices throughout campus. However, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the administration chose to prioritize...

COVID-19 testing fee for students who leave campus raises concerns of equity

COVID-19 testing fee for students who leave campus raises concerns of equity

Hannah Davis October 24, 2020

The Dean of Students Office announced on October 1 that a $150 COVID-19 test fee will be imposed on students leaving campus urgently and later returning. Weekly random tests have otherwise been free for...

Romance is not dead: Carls navigate the new hookup and dating scene in pandemic times

Hannah Davis October 24, 2020

Note: All names in this article have been changed to protect the privacy of the participants. Cuffing season is around the corner—or is it? At Carleton, the pandemic has radically changed the dating...

Risking health for employment: limited remote work options leave students with a difficult choice

Risking health for employment: limited remote work options leave students with a difficult choice

Hannah Davis September 25, 2020

If you are one of the many students at Carleton who has never had a serious illness, never questioned your access to healthcare and never been immunocompromised, your health has probably never been at...

Reusable to-go  container pilot program to be launched in Sayles

Reusable to-go container pilot program to be launched in Sayles

Hannah Davis March 6, 2020

The Sustainability Office and Bon Appétit are launching a pilot program that will replace disposable clamshell containers in Sayles Café with free reusable to-go containers. Andrew Farias ’21, Sustainability...

CSA to begin sustainable menstrual products pilot program

Hannah Davis February 28, 2020

CSA will be distributing 90 menstrual cups as part of a pilot program aiming to increase accessibility of sustainable menstrual products on campus. CSA will be purchasing the products from DivaCup, a...

A close-up look at Carleton’s wind turbines

Hannah Davis February 14, 2020

When winter winds bite and your fingers freeze in the bitter cold of the Minnesota February, you can find solace in the fact that the gust of wind that just knocked the air out of your lungs is in fact...

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