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Betsy DeVos finalizes new Title IX regulations that prioritize the accused

Natalie Sainz May 31, 2020

On May 6, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos officially released new Title IX guidelines that will change how colleges and universities handle cases of sexual misconduct.  The changes, which...

Students organize GoFundMe campaign to support first-generation and low-income peers

Students organize GoFundMe campaign to support first-generation and low-income peers

Natalie Sainz April 10, 2020

Several Carleton students have created a GoFundMe campaign with a goal of $100,000 to be distributed to first generation, low-income (FGLI) students who are disproportionately affected by Carleton’s...

Health services external assessment to be released soon

Natalie Sainz March 6, 2020

Over the course of spring and fall terms of 2019, Carleton’s health services were reviewed in order to assess their scope. Keeling & Associates (K&A), a higher education consulting firm, met...

On-campus construction limits parking for students and faculty

Natalie Sainz November 7, 2019

Due to construction on campus this term and increased demand for parking spots, both student and faculty parking have become increasingly limited. Since the beginning of fall term students have faced...

College finds Prof. Levi guilty of sexually inappropriate conduct

Natalie Sainz September 27, 2019

Professor of Anthropology Jay Levi has been barred from teaching fall term following an investigation into a formal Title IX complaint, brought in May 2019 under Carleton’s Sexual Misconduct Policy....

“Jay” Levi changes to “Jerome” on online documentation, students question timing

Natalie Sainz May 31, 2019

As students prepared to enroll in Fall 2019 courses, campus activists publicized the change of Professor Levi’s name―from “Jay” to “Jerome”―displayed on the Hub, Enroll and the Sociology/Anthropology...

47 Knights Earn Academic All-Conference

Natalie Sainz February 8, 2019

Carleton student athletes have shown not only dedication to their sport, but also their ability to excel in their classes. With the recent release of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference...

CCCE education grant encourages community engagement in Faribault

Natalie Sainz January 29, 2019

The Center for Community and Civic Engagement (CCCE) and Educational Studies Department have received nearly $100,000 in federal research funding to study the experiences of immigrant high school students...

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