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Sanctions eased for 12 in hazing aftermath

Rachael Sutherland September 24, 2017

On July 26, Dean of Students Carolyn Livingston announced that 12 of the 13 students implicated in a hazing incident last spring were no longer suspended. The 13 students appealed their suspensions through...

Carleton Affirms Protections for DACA Students

Rachael Sutherland January 14, 2017

Carleton and the city of Northfield reaffirmed their commitment to protect undocumented students and residents after the election of Donald Trump. Carleton promises to ensure DACA (Deferred Action for...

Sayles rolls out resuable plates and bowls

Rachael Sutherland November 4, 2016

In an effort to reduce campus waste, Bon Appétit and SOPE (Students Organized for the Protection of the Environment) have collaborated to implement a new program of reusable plates and bowls in Sayles...

Library replaces catalogue with Catalyst

Rachael Sutherland October 28, 2016

The beginning of fall term saw the first real test for the Gould Library’s new catalogue, Catalyst, which replaced the previous system, Bridge Squared. The initial rollout for Catalyst, a catalogue providing...

ITS introduces high capacity printers

Rachael Sutherland October 7, 2016

Over the summer, Information Technology Services (ITS) introduced five new public printers to campus. Featuring a simplified release system and greater printing capacity, three new black and white Canon...

Students petition to redefine BIRT

Rachael Sutherland April 29, 2016

On April 18, two Carleton students started an online petition to limit the Bias Incident Response Team’s (BIRT) definition of a bias incident to a behavior or act that harms historically marginalized...

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