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Students recently set up an encampment on the Chapel lawn in support of Palestine.

Carleton students begin encampment amid nationally high campus tensions

Ian Rothfeld, News Editor May 9, 2024

Carleton students recently began an encampment in support of Palestine on the Chapel lawn during the college Board of Trustees’ scheduled May 8-10 visit. The 12-tent encampment, according to leaders...

Support for CSA’s divestment resolution

Carleton Faculty for Justice in Palestine, Contributing Writer March 10, 2024

We write today to express our support for the Carleton Student Association's Resolution for Divestment from the State of Israel, in Solidarity with the People of Palestine in Support of a Full Ceasefire....

Bulletin boards across campus display posters of hopeful CSA candidates.

CSA elections begin, will end Sunday

Becky Reinhold, Editor-in-Chief February 16, 2024

This year’s Carleton Student Association (CSA) Senate elections for executive positions, class representatives and college council liaisons are open from Friday, Feb. 16 through Sunday, Feb. 18. Students...

CSA treasurer candidates divided over issue of budget priorities, Sproncert funding

Becky Reinhold, Editor-in-Chief February 16, 2024

One of the CSA treasurer’s main responsibilities is working with  student organizations who are requesting funding and determining how to balance the CSA budget. CSA treasurer candidates Jamie Klein...

Student teams compete for Impact Fellowship

Malcolm Parnall, Beat Writer February 16, 2024

Last Saturday, Feb. 10th, seven student groups competed for fellowship prizes to fund their startup projects designed to address pertinent needs. Working with alumni coaches on how to pitch their ideas,...

What’s new in sports: Feb. 9 – Feb. 16

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer February 16, 2024

Women’s Track and Field The Knights put on a strong showing at the home meet “Meet of the Hearts” on Feb. 10th, also honoring their seniors. Mary Blanchard ’24 set a season’s best (5:07.36)...

Students return to a snowless campus

Students return to a snowless campus

Mallory Atack, Staff Writer January 9, 2024

As students returned to campus for winter term, one thing stuck out: the lack of snow. A notable feature of Carleton is its harsh and snowy winter, but this year has been noticeably warmer and more slushy.    This...

Carleton releases early decision admissions decisions

Mileana Borowski, Managing Editor January 9, 2024

As a new host of high school seniors eagerly await college decisions, a few Carleton-hopefuls have been rewarded for taking a chance and showing commitment. Early decision round 1 (ED1) results were released...

Vol. CXVLIII, No. 9

January 9, 2024


Nora Daley ’27, Hannah Preisser ’26, Phoebe Ward ’24, Helen Cross ’24, Mary Blanchard ’24, Libby Rowland ’25, Sophie McManus ’25 and Aliya Larsen ’26 receive their trophies after winning the DIII Cross Country National Championship on Nov. 18, 2023.

What’s new in sports: Winter Break edition

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer January 9, 2024

Women’s Cross Country The Knights claimed the DIII NCAA Cross Country title on Nov. 18, completing an undefeated season and becoming only the second team in Carleton history to win a national title....

It’s about a silly little goofball with a knife… but also misogyny: A review of “Scream” (1996)

Collin Preves, Columnist October 27, 2023

Before we proceed, I must admit something important: I’m a wimp. Scary movies have never been my thing at any point. I like some of the classics, but their dated effects allow me to appreciate their...

Desi Diner divvies up divine delectables despite depressing dearth

Adit Garg, Contributing Writer October 27, 2023

It hadn’t even been a full three weeks since I got to Carleton, and I already missed my mom’s cooking. Maybe ‘missed’ is the wrong word, perhaps too strong to describe what I felt. I don’t even...

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