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Living-Learning Community pilot continues

The all-freshman Living-Learning Community piloted this year will continue with the class of 2021. The Living-Learning Community consists of 13 students, all of whom live on the west side of Third Myers. The program is directed by Associate Dean of Students Joe Baggot and French professor Stephanie Cox. The students…

Carls work to end food insecurity with Swipe Out Hunger initiative

Food insecurity is a problem on Carleton’s campus, and Jonah Kan ’19 is doing something about it. Although few Carleton students are aware of the problem, not all of their peers have reliable access to affordable, nutritious food. Being off-board is less expensive than paying for Bon Appétit, and according…

Goldlink to headline Spring Concert

This year’s Spring Concert Committee is working with a $115,000 budget and has selected GoldLink, up-and-coming rapper from Washington D.C., as the headliner. Headliner Leak A week prior to the Spring Concert Committee’s official announcement, student publication The Carl published GoldLink’s promotional poster on its cover. The leak was somewhat…

Bike share program to be rolled out by August

CSA and the Student Activities Office (SAO) hope to have the bike share program up and running by August. A student worker will be hired to oversee implementation in the coming summer. The bike share program is a Student Projects Committee (SPC) proposal that passed as a referendum in the…

Senators reach out to students through social media

During their first Spring 2017 meeting on Monday, April 10, CSA approved a new social media outreach program to better connect with the student body. “In our age of social media, I think it’s an important tool that we can utilize,” said Adam Loew ’20, the chair of CSA’s ad-hoc…