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Relief and cautious joy as the COVID-19 vaccine comes to Carleton

One sign that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is near is that Carleton has recently moved into Phase 5 of its vaccination plan, meaning that all students, faculty and staff who are on campus can get vaccinated. In addition to this, many are travelling off campus to nearby cities…

Queer in Faith group examines intersection between religious and LGBTQ+ identities

Carleton’s new Queer in Faith group seeks to hold space for members of the LGBTQ+ community in whose lives religion plays or has played any role. Hannah MacLeod ’22, a Chaplain’s Associate, founded this group last term with her friend Dawson Eriksen ’23.  “Coming out as queer this past summer…

Go green, cut milk

Milk has been a part of many cultures for as long as milk-producing animals have been around; there is even a National Milk Day, January 11, in the United States. Some milk products, such as cheese, have even developed a sort of personality cult. However, the environmentally conscious person knows…

Elizabeth Warren holds event in Northfield with local representatives

Sunday, October 18 was a momentous day for a handful of students in Northfield: none other than Senator Elizabeth Warren paid a visit. Complete with socially distant seating, an American Sign Language translator, and other transformative speakers, including Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan, Representative Angie Craig, and the respective presidents…