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Schulze Café opens in Anderson Hall, offers soft-serve as promised

On Monday, January 6, the Schulze Café officially opened in Evelyn M. Anderson Hall, Carleton’s new science building. While a soft opening was planned for Fall term 2019, last minute construction in Anderson, commonly referred to as Evie, delayed the opening to January 2020. The completion of the Schulze Café…

RAs to replace House Managers in interest houses

On Thursday, January 2, the Office of Residential Life sent out an email to all Residential Peer Leaders informing them that Residential Assistants (RAs) will replace the role of House Managers beginning in Fall 2020. Currently, each interest house’s House Manager is chosen by residents or by offices associated with…

College financial statements reveal healthy position

Colleges need cash, and fortunately, Carleton has enough.  Carleton’s 2019 financial statements indicate that the college is confident it will generate $127 million in sources of liquidity, which are assets that generate cash, in the upcoming year. This figure will help the college nearly cover its $152 million operating budget.…

Gender pronoun option to be added to campus directory

On Monday, October 21, Carleton Student Association (CSA) Senate passed a resolution giving students the option to display their preferred gender pronouns on the campus directory. This resolution reflects efforts among students and administration to increase visibility of gender diversity on campus. The resolution to add gender pronouns to the…

GSC Director Mathews makes public statement, Cota ‘22 pushes for change in attitudes toward GSC

On Thursday, November 14, Carleton Student Association (CSA) President Anesu Masakura ’20 sent a campus-wide email entitled “GSC Statement.” “I invite folx to share their feelings about their experiences with the GSC and its changes,” reads the statement from Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) Director Danny Mathews. A URL included…

CSA Senate proposes pay for top three executives

This year, the Carleton Student Association (CSA) has reintroduced a motion that would give pay to their executive leaders. This idea has been proposed before, but its benefits and drawbacks have proven difficult to balance, according to Student Body President Anesu Masakura ’20. Former Student Body President Walter Paul ’18…

CSA fall term report

Carls, I am now in the middle of my tenure as CSA President and I have so much to share with you. Though we were not able to complete each and every initiative we set out to achieve this year, I am incredibly proud of our student government’s accomplishments. Over…

CCCE “Clothing Connection” revamped, renamed Clothing Recovery Network

This school year brings an exciting new change to Carleton’s environmental and community initiatives: the revamping of what was once known as Clothing Connection into this term’s Clothing Recovery Network. Why the changes? According to Erica Zweifel, Temporary Associate Director of the CCCE, clothing collection at Carleton used to be…

On-campus construction limits parking for students and faculty

Due to construction on campus this term and increased demand for parking spots, both student and faculty parking have become increasingly limited. Since the beginning of fall term students have faced difficulties in trying to obtain parking permits largely due to the reservation of needed spaces for construction access. While…