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Athlete reps taught bystander intervention

Jessica Lartigue September 27, 2015

This year, the GSC will be implementing a bystander intervention program called Green Dot, which is intended to reduce power-based personal violence (including stalking, domestic violence, sexual assault,...

Administration drops add/drop cards

Jessica Lartigue May 29, 2015

First week of term, which is usually marked by a haze of running from class to class trying to figure out what to take, and subsequently searching for professors to sign add/drop cards, may feel a little...

Cultural house partying seeds sub-free rumors

Jessica Lartigue May 9, 2015

Rumors that Freedom House (Williams House) and La Casa del Sol (Hunt Cottage) were to be converted into sub-free interest houses recently sparked outrage among various communities on campus. Cultural...

Batting to base: Tsutsui surpasses hit record

Jessica Lartigue April 17, 2015

Wednesday March 25th, Catcher Hayden Tsutsui ’16 of Carleton’s baseball team broke record career hits for Carleton College in a game against Oberlin College in Tuscan, Arizona. “The guys told me...

Carleton CompSci pioneers gender equality in tech world

Jessica Lartigue April 17, 2015

With the finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) and Hackathon approaching, those in Carleton’s computer science community are taking new strides to combat stereotypes and...

Diversity and representation

Jessica Lartigue February 7, 2015

“I believe we should represent Carleton proportionally. Carleton is predominately white. It makes sense that the Senate is majority white. There isn’t a lot of diversity.” Reading a post on Overhead...

White House “Crust Master” Shares Recipe for Success

Jessica Lartigue January 24, 2015

Between January 15-18, Bill Yosses, former White House Ex- ecutive Pastry Chef, nicknamed “the crust master,” hosted two events on campus “Baking for Presidents” and “Cooking, Science and Extraterrestials:...

Ghana Trip Cancelled

Jessica Lartigue November 10, 2014

As a result of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Carleton canceled its winter break off-campus studies trip to Ghana. Although Ghana has had minimal con- tact with the Ebola virus, Carleton’s insurance...

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