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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)...

Carleton to discontinue The Hub, switch to Workday

Ian Rothfeld, News Editor February 9, 2024

Carleton students will soon use a new website to register for classes, pay tuition and check their grades. The college will move all of its academic and administrative operations to Workday by next Fall...

Carleton receives $1.5 million Mellon Grant for Indigenous engagement

Bax Meyer, Managing Editor February 9, 2024

In January, Carleton received a $1.5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation. The grant is designated to fund Carleton’s Indigenous Communities in Place program. The program is co-lead by Professor...

What’s new in sports: Feb 2. – Feb. 9

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

Men’s Tennis The (5-1) Knights began their winter season with a 9-0 win against Saint Mary’s on Jan. 28 and a 2-7 loss against Carthage on Jan. 3. Jasper and Jerome Yang ’27 recorded singles wins...

Student Activities Programming Board hosts mask making event for Midwinter Ball

Emery John, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

On Friday, Feb. 1, dozens of students filtered in and out of an upper Sayles classroom, stocked with paint and sponge brushes, sticky gemstones and an ombre of markers to decorate pre-cut masks for the...

European Studies, German and Russian Departments host talk with translator Damion Searls

Ellie Simon, Beat Writer February 1, 2024

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the European Studies, German and Russian Departments hosted award-winning translator Damion Searls for a conversation with Dr. Laura Goering, professor and chair of Russian and German...

Dual-credit ceramics experience: Student artwork on display

Malcolm Parnall, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

On Friday, Jan. 12 at 4:30 p.m. in Boliou East Gallery, the students of ARTH 266 (Arts of the Japanese Tea Ceremony) and ARTS 236 (Ceramics: Vessels for Tea) gathered around an exhibit of their work to...

Dacie Moses House hosts birthday brunch

Mileana Borowski, Managing Editor February 1, 2024

On Sunday Jan. 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. members of the Dacie Moses House hosted their annual celebration of Dacie Moses’s birthday in Anderson Hall.  Entering the hall, the feast displayed in the...

What’s New in Sports: 1/20-2/2

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

Women’s Cross Country The Knights were named the USFTCCCA Scholar-Athlete team of the year with a cumulative team GPA of 3.52, marking the first of these awards in school history. Mary Blanchard ’24,...

Carleton renovates Dacie Moses house

Nathan Hawkins, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

Dacie Moses House’s modest size belies its massive significance as one of Carleton’s most beloved landmarks. Work to restore the legendary “cookie house” has been progressing since the beginning...

Lis Frost speaks on election law, threats to voting rights and the importance of voter engagement

Malcom Parnell, Beat Writer January 19, 2024

Last Friday’s convocation, given by voting rights-focused lawyer Lis Frost, centered around election litigation and pressing threats to our right to vote. Through her talk, Frost guided her audience...

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