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Dr. Amna Khalid hosts panel of scholars to discuss Hamline ‘Islamophobic’ incident

Written in collaboration with Ben Rosenberg, reporter at the Hamline Oracle of Hamline University. This event, titled “What Happens When Students Are Offended by Course Materials?” came about in response to the recent controversy surrounding Hamline University’s dismissal of adjunct art history professor Dr. Erika López Prater after she included…

Students respond to LDC renovation

The dining hall underwent several changes over the winter break, ranging from replacing tables and adding carpet to installing new booths along the walls. The color palette shifted, too, with cooler gray tones replacing the formerly warm yellow accents.  Reactions from the student body have been mixed. While some are…

Men’s basketball claims third-straight victory with win at Hamline

Playing their third game in five days, the Carleton College men’s basketball team traveled to Hamline University for a Wednesday night affair and picked up the Knights’ third consecutive win, an 80-69 result. The conference-leading Knights (14-2, 9-2 MIAC) continued their momentum in 2023, as the victory over the Pipers…

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…

Carleton accepts early decision for class of 2027

On Dec. 12, Carleton accepted 180 students from the  Early Decision round of applications, the first new students admitted to Carleton for the Class of 2027.  The ED cycle is one of three application options Carleton offers, along with early decision two and regular decision. Early decision applications are binding;…

Obituary: F. Jackson Bryce, Jr.

F. Jackson Bryce, Jr., 78, of St. Paul, MN, passed away peacefully on Dec. 12, 2022, after living valiantly with cancer the previous year; he was surrounded by the support of family, friends, hospice and nursing care. Jack was born on Easter Sunday April 6, 1944, in Frederick, MD, the…

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…