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The Cave sponsors first-ever student-led Queer Week

From Monday, May 20, to Thursday, May 23, the Cave sponsored a series of student-led events—a Queer Meet and Greet, movie screening, discussion regarding sex titled “Sexclamation Point (!)” and student drag showcase—celebrating the first-ever Queer Week at Carleton. Oswaldo Cota ’22, Carleton Student Association (CSA) Class Representative and part…

Economics Dept permits S/Cr/Nc on prerequisite courses

The Economics department recently adjusted their language, explicitly allowing majors to take the two math prerequisite courses—Calculus I (MATH111) and Introduction to Statistics (MATH215)—on a Satisfactory/Credit/No Credit (S/Cr/Nc) basis.  The change in policy was proposed by Chair of Economics Jenny Bourne and Registrar Emy Farley at an Education and Curriculum…

CSA, Career Center host personal finance workshop

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, over 40 Carls attended a personal finance workshop led by Isaiah Goodman, the Chief Financial Advocate at the Minneapolis-based financial advising firm Becoming Financial. The workshop was the brainchild of Carleton Student Association (CSA) Representative Cole DiIanni ‘21, who received funding from CSA to bring…

MSA introduces Islam Awareness Week, collaborates with St. Olaf

From April 8 to April 12, Carleton’s Muslim Student Association (MSA) hosted the College’s first Islam Awareness Week (IAW) in a joint effort with St. Olaf’s MSA.  “IAW is something that happens in a lot of MSAs across the country. It’s a way to bring awareness to what Islam is…

New Student Week leaders to be paid in 2019

On Thursday, March 28, Assistant Director of the Student Activities Office (SAO) Miiko Taylor announced through a campus-wide email that New Student Week (NSW) leaders will be paid during the Fall 2019 NSW. The NSW leader role was previously a volunteer position while other Peer Leaders working during NSW have…

ECC introduces Digital Arts and Humanities minor

A proposal for a new interdisciplinary minor titled Digital Arts and Humanities (DGAH) has been approved by the Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC) and now awaits two rounds of faculty readings. DGAH, according to its proposal, aims to “provide students with a framework for studying, understanding and actively participating in…

Convo dialogue program to strengthen viewpoint diversity on campus

Carleton’s Convocation Dialogue pilot program reached its end last week. The organizing committee plans to evaluate participant feedback to determine future steps. The program, which was announced late fall term, aims to facilitate campus dialogue with regular group reflections on Convocations. Participants attended Convocation in the first, third and fifth…

Artist-in-residence Max Lyonga explains the “universal artist”

Max Lyonga is a painter from Cameroon. But he’s more than just a Cameroonian painter. Lyonga served as Carleton’s artist-in-residence from Sunday, January 27, to Saturday, February 9. He plans to return to campus in April. In addition to an artist talk, office hours and class visits, Max spent much…

Student summer research displaced as lab sciences migrate to new facilities

Carleton’s science departments are adjusting their funded summer research offerings as migration into the new Integrated Science Facility will prevent access to functional labs and research spaces. While equipment is transferred into the Integrated Science Facility, Olin and Hulings will both be closed. The main departments affected are Chemistry, Biology…

Ussery receives long-term linguistics grant

Cherlon Ussery, Associate Professor of Linguistics, recently received a prestigious grant from the Icelandic Research Council (RANNIS) to fund a three-year project titled “Ditransitives in Insular Scandinavian.” Her research objectives include tracing the evolution of ditransitives in Icelandic and Faroese — both of which evolved from Old Norse — and…