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Applegate ’17 comes forward about Levi incident

Gillian Applegate ’17 will never forget one of the darkest points of her time at Carleton: the week Professor of Anthropology Jerome Levi groped her inner thigh during her work shift in the Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN) department office. Applegate was one of eight student complainants in a 2016-17 Title…

Laundry fees eliminated for on-campus machines

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, laundry cost $1.25 to wash and $1 to dry. Laundry costs rose by 25 cents at the start…

Carleton wins sustainability award for Utility Master Plan

On July 14, Carleton received the 2019 Excellence in Sustainability Award from the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). Only one other college in the U.S.— Swarthmore College—received this prestigious prize. NACUBO, a membership organization established in 1962, currently represents more than 1,900 colleges and universities across…

College finds Prof. Levi guilty of sexually inappropriate conduct

Professor of Anthropology Jay Levi has been barred from teaching fall term following an investigation into a formal Title IX complaint, brought in May 2019 under Carleton’s Sexual Misconduct Policy. Following the investigation, Levi was found to have engaged in “sexually inappropriate conduct” with a student. He is expected to…

Personal information removed from campus directory

On Monday, September 9, an email entitled “Campus Directory Announcement” informed students, staff and faculty that Carleton’s campus directory had received a privacy overhaul. The campus directory, known affectionately as “Stalkernet,” no longer displays students’ home addresses, cell phone numbers or campus residences. Prior to the change, all three fields…

8 of 10 peer leaders leave GSC amid leadership turnover

Only two students are currently employed as Gender and Sexuality Center Associates (GSCAs) as of week nine of Spring Term, of the thirteen originally hired to the position for the 2018-2019 academic year. In Spring 2018, under the leadership of Laura Haave, the office hired thirteen GSCAs for a peer…