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Viewpoint: The art of being tired

Sarah Lieberman June 6, 2020

Before I dive into this Viewpoint, I want to acknowledge the state of the world in which I am writing. First and foremost, I wish to underscore the vital importance of the Black Lives Matter movement,...

CSA and SAO fund $5875 initiative to light tree outside Gould Library

CSA and SAO fund $5875 initiative to light tree outside Gould Library

Sarah Lieberman January 31, 2020

In an effort to brighten campus, the Carleton Students Association (CSA) and Student Activities Office (SAO) funded a student-led initiative to light a tree outside of Gould Library. CSA and SAO shared...

Gender pronoun option to be added to campus directory

Sarah Lieberman November 15, 2019

On Monday, October 21, Carleton Student Association (CSA) Senate passed a resolution giving students the option to display their preferred gender pronouns on the campus directory. This resolution reflects...

Bon Appétit contract under evaluation for renewal

Sarah Lieberman October 25, 2019

On Wednesday, October 9, randomly selected students were invited to join focus groups evaluating Bon Appétit’s food services. These focus groups are part of a larger evaluative initiative, conducted...

Laundry fees eliminated for on-campus machines

Sarah Lieberman October 11, 2019

Students who reside in on-campus housing no longer have to pay out-of-pocket for laundry services. This change was instituted over the summer and announced at the beginning of the term. From 2016-2018,...

Letter from the Editor: changes to the Carletonian in the age of digital media

Sarah Lieberman May 10, 2019

Dear Reader, On the second day of the term, the Carletonian learned that our local printing plant would be shutting its doors. The news was unexpected and sent us scrambling to find alternative printing...

Hub phases out, incites changes to course registration

Sarah Lieberman May 10, 2019

The Education and Curriculum Committee (ECC) expects changes to the course registration process within the next year. The committee intends to enact collapsed registration—in which  each class...

Students call for greater physical accessibility, place posters around campus

Sarah Lieberman February 22, 2019

In a bid for greater physical accessibility on campus, students Aaron Burbach ’21, Arianna Varela ’21 and Andrew Farias ’21 have placed posters around campus that urge students, faculty, staff and...

HEDS survey reveals students feel less safe on campus

Sarah Lieberman February 1, 2019

Last Thursday, Title IX Coordinator Laura Riehle-Merrill presented results from a Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS) Sexual Assault/Campus Climate Survey to a group of students, faculty and...

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