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Student band “Cold Rice Party” plays farewell concert in Great Hall for friends and fans

Close to 50 students gathered in the Great Hall, also known as Cold Rice Party’s “home court,” on May 22 to watch the band perform one last time. From performing at an OIIL Senior Banquet, the International Festival, and the Lunar New Year Event, to their final concert, Cold Rice…

Students express frustration over Disability Services office shortcomings

The Carleton Disability Services Office (DS) has received mixed reviews from students, who say that although the office has helped them to some extent at obtaining accommodations, the process can be hampered by DS disorganization and lack of support. “My experiences with Disability Services have been pretty mixed throughout my…

Hannah Aylward ’19 finds Internet fame in interabled relationship advocacy

Most Carleton seniors would consider a regular Carleton workload, varsity sports and Comps to be a pretty hefty workload. Hannah Aylward ’19, however, juggles all this while also running a successful Youtube channel (called “Squirmy and Grubs”) with her boyfriend, Shane, and working on advocacy projects regarding their inter-abled relationship. …

New student organization establishes what pre-law looks like at Carleton

On Friday, April 26, sitting on either side of a long dining table in Burton with full plates and high ambitions, the members of Carleton’s new Pre-Law Society began their first meeting.  The group’s members quickly introduced themselves by giving their names and class years, and conversation flowed easily between…

Author Jimmy Santiago Baca shares latest work

On Wednesday, April 17, Jimmy Santiago Baca, an American poet from New Mexico, visited Carleton to share his latest book, When I Walk Through that Door, I Am.  The night started off with Hollis L. Caswell Professor of Educational Studies Deborah Appleman giving a brief backstory of how she met…

Studio Art in the South Pacific: After over a decade, Prof. Fred Hagstrom reflects on final run

In the Boliou Gallery, frames containing colorful drawings and detailed prints of a foreign landscape line the walls. Under the glass cases lie sketchbooks that provide a bigger glimpse into the picturesque setting the artists were in at the time.  Last Tuesday, April 9, a reception was held in the…

Q&A: Pulitzer Prize for Music recipient Caroline Shaw

Each year the Christopher U. Light Lectureship seeks to bring talented and exciting musical artists to Carleton with the objective of exposing the Carleton and Northfield communities to their distinctive work. This year’s guest artist, Caroline Shaw, is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished visitors in the 33 year history…