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Carleton hoping to win competitive hammocking tournament

This weekend, Carleton will be facing off against St. Olaf at MIACHs (Most Intense And Competitive Hammocking). MIACHs are held yearly on Carleton’s campus at a rotating location in the Arb. This year, they will be held at 45.3876° N, 75.6960° W. Typically, the competition is held on the Sunday…

Campus water discoloration is temporary and harmless

On the evening of April 1 and into the morning of April 2, the water from taps, showers and toilets ran a muddy brown in Watson, Evans, Cassat, James, Myers and Cowling Gym. Students contacted their Resident Assistants, who informed the Facilities Department. By 8:23 a.m., April 2, Senior Accountant…

Carleton bids farewell to three art professors

Behind the thick glass doors of the Perlman Art Museum is a tribute to three longtime art professors—Fred Hagstrom, Daniel Bruggeman and Linda Rossi—who are retiring from Carleton at the end of this year. The exhibit, “Chronologia,” shows various works from each of their careers and highlights the impact they…

Carleton and St. Olaf make annual joint donation to city of Northfield

On February 2, Carleton College and St. Olaf College each donated $80,000 to the city of Northfield, for a total of $160,000. According to Brenda Anglestad, the Finance Director of Northfield, the “donations go into the General Fund” and will be spent on “General City Operations, including Police, Fire, Streets…

New offerings at Sayles: snack packs and the GET app

This term, Sayles Café has introduced two new components: snack packs that can be bought with dining dollars or Schillers, and the GET app, which can be used to order food online for pickup at Sayles. The app can also be used to access all OneCard information, such as meal…

Zoom fatigue or room fatigue?

It’s a college student’s dream come true: the ability to roll out of bed and be in class five minutes later. But with this ability comes the ever-present knowledge that Carleton is approaching the one-year mark for online classes. Online classes have enabled students and faculty alike to attend class…

Post donates 5,700 pounds of cereal to Northfield Community Action Center

This past October, Post Consumer Brands, Malt-O-Meal’s parent company, donated a whopping 5,700 pounds of cereal to the Northfield Community Action Center (CAC), a nonprofit serving Northfield residents in need. Because it was such a large amount, the cereal was initially stored at Bethel Church, and then was moved to…

Local organization part of movement to stop Line 3

Through Sunrise Carleton, a campus organization working toward climate justice and other progressive causes, Carleton students have gotten involved with Northfield Against Line 3 (NAL 3), a volunteer grassroots organization that is fighting the oil pipeline known as “Line 3.”  The replacement  and expansion of Line 3 was proposed by…