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College president responds to recent application pool

Joe Liesman February 28, 2020

Dear Carleton Community, This year, Carleton saw exactly zero applicants. Rumor among highschool seniors is that Carleton is no longer “fun” or “a place to party,” and that “a guy really...

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Q&A with climate justic activist, Dr. Elizabeth Hoover

Joe Liesman February 14, 2020

On Monday, February 17, Dr. Elizabeth Hoover will give a talk about indigenous food sovereignty as part of Climate Action Week. The Carletonian spoke with Dr. Hoover over email this past week in preparation...

Schulze Café opens in Anderson Hall, offers soft-serve as promised

Schulze Café opens in Anderson Hall, offers soft-serve as promised

Joe Liesman January 17, 2020

On Monday, January 6, the Schulze Café officially opened in Evelyn M. Anderson Hall, Carleton’s new science building. While a soft opening was planned for Fall term 2019, last minute construction in...

Off-campus studies office introduces two new programs in Mexico, Ethiopia

Joe Liesman October 25, 2019

Carleton’s Off-Campus Studies office (OCS) is introducing two new winter break programs to its menu. “Food, Forests, and Resilience: Systems of Socio-Ecological Sustainability” will take students...

Is Fall Overrated?

Joe Liesman October 4, 2019

What a preposterous question. I have no idea why anyone would have any issues with autumn. Also, just to clear things up, calling things overrated is overrated. If people really like something, so what? Anyways,...

Student-led Climate and Society journal changes hands as leaders graduate

Joe Liesman May 18, 2019

As the threat of climate change grows by the day, students across the country are looking for ways to take the fight against climate change into their own hands. For many, this can take the form of political...

College to install lift in Little Nourse this summer in effort to increase accessibility

Joe Liesman March 8, 2019

Facilities plans to install a lift in Little Nourse Theater this summer, following renovations to the theater last summer. The lift is slated to cost approximately $30,000, but pipes need to be moved...

The beauty of live music

Joe Liesman March 2, 2019

Last summer, I had the opportunity to go see a Dead & Company concert in Boulder, Colorado, with my brother and one of my good friends. For those who don’t know, Dead & Company is the latest...

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