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Diawara electrifies with energetic set

Olivia Williams May 6, 2016

On Thursday night, the Concert Hall was abuzz with excitement. Students, professors, and community members flocked to see Fatoumata Diawara, a Malian actress and musician, perform. Born in the eighties...

Why aren’t more Carls dating?

Olivia Williams February 26, 2016

Dating at Carleton is difficult to accomplish: time is always running short, it’s too awkward to ask people out and it’s a small campus. “I think the biggest thing is that the time isn’t there....

ETB’s ‘Distract’ a haunting look at women of Shakespeare

Olivia Williams February 12, 2016

Shakespeare’s works have been critiqued, poked and prodded for centuries—exalted and decimated, loved and hated—he’s a fixture of Western culture. This week, winter term’s ETB season began with...

Student Projects Shed Light on the Dark Ages

Olivia Williams November 16, 2014

In the throngs of ninth week, it is difficult to avoid the Libe. Upon entering the fourth floor, you may notice something unusual: an exhibition of medieval illuminated manuscripts. Process of Illumination:...

“Dance is marginalized” – SAGE Winner Judith Howard Reflects on Her Carleton Experience

Olivia Williams November 10, 2014

Teaching dance in an academic setting was never something that Judith Howard thought she would be doing in her early days of dancing, but it’s become a fulfilling aspect of her career. In doing so...

Carleton Professors Pen with Prisoners

Olivia Williams October 11, 2014

Once a week, Carleton French Professor Scott Carpenter takes leave of the venerable halls of Laird for a different building - a Minnesota state penitentiary. Along with educational studies chair Deborah...

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