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Students protest Line 3 pipeline outside of Sayles

Last week, Carleton students demonstrated against the construction of the Line 3 pipeline by having at least one person continuously present at a couch placed in front of Sayles-Hill Campus Center from Friday, October 19 to Monday, October 22. The students were part of the Northfield Against Line 3 (NAL3)…

How well do you know the music of the Pacific Northwest?

1. Built to Spill album that includes “Velvet Waltz” and “Stop the Show.” A. Keep It Like a Secret B. Perfect from Now On C. You In Reverse 2. Issaquah, WA band that released the Interstate 8 EP. A. Alice in Chains B. Frankie Cosmos C. Modest Mouse 3. PAC-NW…

Res Life walls off basements in Jewett, Farm House

This summer, the Office of Residential Life walled off the basements in Farm and Jewett Houses. In a statement, the Office of Residential Life claimed that “a few of the houses had basement areas accessible that were not intended for student use. With some other facilities projects, we were able…

New club empowers underrepresented students in political science and politics

This term, several Carleton students founded “Claiming Space in Politics and Political Science” (CSP), a political science involvement organization for female and non-binary students. The club, which is still in the chartering process, was founded by several senior female political science majors who hoped to inspire underrepresented groups in the…

Carleton Republican club restarts following hiatus

The Carleton College Republicans (CCR) has returned to campus following a year of inactivity during the 2017-18 academic year. In October 2017, the Carletonian reported that the CCR had disbanded due to a lack of official organization after the group’s leader, Patton McClelland, graduated in spring 2017. A Minneapolis Star…

Q&A: Taking a look inside Carleton’s SUMO movie process

The Carletonian sat down with Student Union Movie Organization (SUMO) Program Assistant Adam Wiener to ask about this season’s film lineup.   Nicole Collins: How did you get involved with SUMO? Adam Wiener: I worked in the Student Activities Office last year as the Art and Film Program Assistant; I…

Faculty propose Quantitative Resource Center

This May, numerous staff proposed plans for a potential new Quantitative Resource Center (QRC) during a meeting of the Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC), a subcommittee of the Carleton Student Association. The new facility, which faculty hope to be situated in the library near the Writing Center, would serve as…