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ETB to bring bedroom life to stage

Eighth weekend, ETB will present “Orange Flower Water” by Craig Wright, a thought-provoking play directed by junior Veronica Garcia and starring sophomore Stuart Lourey, junior Lexi Norvet, freshmen Logan Ellwood-Diegel and freshman Francesca Caracci. The play, set in the small town of Pine City, Minnesota, centers around an adulterous affair…

“Aliens” to land at Little Nourse sixth weekend

“Aliens” by Annie Baker, an ETB show directed by senior Carleton theatre veteran Bethany McHugh will grace the stage sixth weekend. The show, with a small cast of three actors: John Cronin ’18, Peter Alexander ’16, and Nathan Bern ’17, tells the poignant story of an unlikely friendship between two…

Squirrel show will push boundaries

The Circumference of a Squirrel by John Walch, an ETB play combining family struggles, dark humor, and rodents, will open fifth weekend. Sophomore Patton Small, the director, wanted to choose a show that was, “different from what Carleton students have seen” in past from ETB. Although Small is only in…

Green Cups Program Takes a Spill

After Students Organized for the Protection of the Environment’s (SOPE) five-year battle to establish a reusable cup system, winter term has begun, and reusable cups are no more. Many students are now wondering, what caused the system to fail? What will happen next? If granted permission and funding, SOPE’s new…

Drone Aims to Woo Prospies

Carleton bought a drone. Yes, you heard that right. When you hear the word “drone,” you likely envision a threatening piece of technology used by the U.S. military, but the new drone purchased by the office of media and public relations is used not for combat, but rather for capturing…

Carls Join 350,000 in NYC Climate March

Sixteen Carleton students spent their first weekend of the school year fighting for the future of the planet. They were among nearly 50,000 college students and 350,000 people who marched in the streets of New York City Sept. 21, prior to the UN climate summit. Freshman Dustin Michels, who attended…

Karate Squids Plug in at “Page Unplugged”

On Wednesday night, September 17th, Carleton students gathered outside Page House East under the night sky to enjoy the “chill” vibes of Carleton’s popular student band, The Karate Squids. In a new effort to create a place for Carleton students to share and appreciate one another’s music, Page East is…