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Eleven celebrities who could have come to Carleton

Robertson Carricart The man, the myth, the legend. Ever since typecast as the role, Carricart infamously portrayed “a deputy” in the 1985 thriller The New Kids. Carricart was always known to bleed maize and blue, even writing into his will his wish to have his ashes scattered over the Hill…

11 celebrities who could have come to Carleton

Carleton College isn’t really known to have an expansive list of notable alumni. Luckily for us, we can use our imagination to inflate our egos and pretend we’ve got a Harvard-caliber list of famous people who used to slog through classes here. Robertson Carricart The man, the myth, the legend.…

Security alerts campus, students of suspicious figure

Carleton Security Services have recently received reports of a suspicious man on campus following and exposing himself to students. The man was later identified as Gary Burnette, Jr. Security is working with the Northfield Police Department on the issue. The first incident came in mid-November when students called in a…

The social and personal issues with dating as a trans woman

Preface, if the article needs it: I hope to speak, here, to my experience as a trans woman and, perhaps, more generally, to the experiences of transgender and nonbinary communities at large. Being a transgender woman (or trans* in general) is arguably the only way to be able to live…

Leaked survey responses evaluating Carleton

At 2:38 p.m. on Monday, February 4, Bill Altermatt, the Associate Director of Institutional Research & Development at Carleton, sent out an email stating that the Higher Learning Commission, the association that evaluates the College, is currently in its evaluation process for this year. Altermatt invited students to fill out…

Leaked survey responses evaluating Carleton

At 2:38 p.m. on Monday, February 4, Bill Altermatt, the Associate Director of Institutional Research & Development at Carleton, sent out an email stating that the Higher Learning Commission, the association that evaluates the College, is currently in its evaluation process for this year. Altermatt invited students to fill out…

Division of Student Life tackles student hunger

Since its inception this past winter break, the Carleton Cupboard project has continued to serve students in need. Founded for the purpose of providing non-perishable food in lieu of open dining halls during breaks, the cupboard aims to assist low-income students amid rising tuition costs. A joint report written in…

Division of Student Life tackles student hunger

Since its inception this past winter break, the Carleton Cupboard project has continued to serve students in need. Founded for the purpose of providing non-perishable food in lieu of open dining halls during breaks, the cupboard aims to assist low-income students amid rising tuition costs. A joint report written in…

College phases out Reason, moves to WordPress

Carleton’s Technology Planning and Priorities Committee (TPPC) recently made the decision to move the college’s website to WordPress from its original content management system (CMS), Reason. According to an email sent out on October 30, Web Services plans on releasing around 60 sites on the new platform between December and…