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Financial Aid Working Group ponders wage differentiation

Aidan Phinney ’24 stands behind the Nourish counter at Burton Hall ladling out portions of stir-fried soba noodles with cabbage and sesame tofu. The next student in line asks if they can have double helpings. He shakes his head and informs them they can always come back for more.  Phinney…

Professor Amna Khalid moderates panel discussion of Islamic art controversy

On Tuesday, Jan. 17, Professor of History Amna Khalid will moderate a panel discussion about the recent controversy at Hamline University, which has drawn national press attention. Khalid will be joined by other academics, including the chair of Hamline’s religion department, to discuss “[w]hat happens when students are offended by…

Divest occupiers ordered out of the Weitz

On the morning of Sunday, October 30, Campus Security ordered Divest Carleton to end their occupation of the Weitz Center or face disciplinary action from the College. The group decided to comply with the order, ending their occupation of the Weitz Center after almost four days.  The occupation of the…

President Byerly releases IDE progress report

On October 13, President Byerly released an almost 2000 word document outlining the progress the administration has made toward the goals outlined in the Community Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (IDE) plan, which was released in April 2022.  The Fall Progress Report details the advances made towards the five goals set…

Syzygy headed to D-1 Nationals

Syzygy, Carleton’s Division 1 women’s ultimate frisbee team, is slated to compete this weekend in the D-1 National Championships in scenic Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Syzygy emerged as the only qualifier from the North Central region, trouncing Iowa 13-1 in humiliating fashion. Ultiworld, the premier source for ultimate frisbee information, has Syzygy…