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Jessica Wu

Studio Art in the South Pacific: After over a decade, Prof. Fred Hagstrom reflects on final run

In the Boliou Gallery, frames containing colorful drawings and detailed prints of a foreign landscape line the walls. Under the glass cases lie sketchbooks that provide a bigger glimpse into the picturesque setting the artists were in at the time.  Last Tuesday, April 9, a reception was held in the…

Student organization tackles learning disability stigma in Northfield

Carleton’s Eye To Eye chapter has separated from its national parent organization.   Co-leaders Gabriel Lobet ’21 and Rebecca Margolis ’21 will continue the club’s work independently. Eye To Eye is a national organization that pairs middle school students with learning disabilities with college and high school students who also have…

New computer science program offered in England

This summer, students interested in computer science have the opportunity to delve into the field outside of Carleton’s computer labs. Instead, with Carleton’s new “History of Computing” off-campus studies program, students will be able to study computer science in England.. “History of Computing,” based in Cambridge, will be Carleton’s first…

Prof. David Lefkowitz discusses Bald Spot art

As Carleton students returned to campus for fall term, they were not welcomed back by the Bald Spot’s usual greenery. The beloved grassy site had instead been fenced off for the construction of a geothermal energy system, part of Carleton’s Utility Master Plan to make campus carbon-free by 2050. The…