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West campus water incidents unrelated

Taylor Gee January 30, 2016

Twice in the last two weeks, Carleton experienced major malfunctions in its campus water service. On Thursday, January 21, Denise Gillen sent an all-campus email reporting a “valve malfunction on the...

Quiz Bowl takes 2nd place at Trivia Bee

Taylor Gee November 7, 2015

Quiz Bowl walked away with 2nd place at the Annual Team Trivia Bee last Friday. Over 20 teams of 3-4 participated in the Trivia Bee, which was a fundraiser hosted by The Friends of the Northfield Public...

CANOE to Hill move delayed amid social concerns

Taylor Gee October 16, 2015

“We’re off timetable. We are not ready to do that as a college. I would say that CANOE as an organization wasn’t ready either,” summarized Joe Baggot, the Class Dean for first-year students....

Students surveyed on Alcohol culture

Taylor Gee October 2, 2015

Thanks to new data provided by Patrick Gordon, the project coordinator for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention at Carleton, the Carletonian was able to put together the above chart that describes students’...

Big dreams for the future of pizza

Taylor Gee May 22, 2015

The LDC, as anyone who frequents the dining hall has realized, has recently updated its pizza recipe. For some students, however, a mere “update” is not enough. Some students demand a full-scale pizza...

The Counterfactuals, Groll tells all

Taylor Gee May 22, 2015

An interview with Carleton Philosophy professor and member of the band, Daniel Groll. The Counterfactuals will play tomorrow at Spring Concert. TG: So you guys have played at Spring Concert before, right? DG:...

Air horn in CSA jars senators

Taylor Gee May 8, 2015

Last Monday, David Atkinson ’15 (who prefers they/their pronouns) walked into the CSA meeting in the Great Hall and sat in the spectators section. Atkinson held in their hands an air horn, a notebook...

Faculty alums recall frisbee laughs and the middle class

Taylor Gee March 7, 2015

While most Carls who graduate manage to escape the tundra-like confines of Northfield, Minnesota, a special few continue to call Carleton College home. And no, this is not because Carleton won’t...

Faculty alums recall frisbee laughs and the middle class

Taylor Gee March 7, 2015

While most Carls who graduate manage to escape the tundra-like confines of Northfield, Minnesota, a special few continue to call Carleton College home. And no, this is not because Carleton won’t release...

Lefkowitz ’85 recalls tunnels and camaraderie

Taylor Gee March 1, 2015

Have you ever met a Carleton professor who graduated from Carleton? With 19 former Carls now teaching at Carleton, you likely have. Between visiting lecturers and tenured professors, Carleton attracts...

Carleton data storage, demystified

Taylor Gee February 1, 2015

Over the course of four years, Carleton’s administrative offices collect an astonishing amount of data from its students. From the moment we submit applications to Carleton and until long after we...

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