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This week in sports

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer May 24, 2024

Women’s Track and Field The Knights sent three athletes to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships from May 23-25 in South Carolina. Helen Cross `24 qualified as the 21st seed in the 1,500-meter...

ENTS comps concludes after rocky start

Bax Meyer, Managing Editor May 24, 2024

Students participating in the Carleton Environmental Studies Program’s (ENTS) comps this year experienced numerous problems and changes to its comps structure for the class of 2024. The comps, the cumulative...

Board of Trustees responds to calls for divestment

Bax Meyer and Cindy Zhao May 24, 2024

Carleton’s Students for Justice in Palestine’s (SJP) encampment reached its second week of being up since its inauguration fifteen days ago. The encampment hopes to, in part, get Carleton’s endowment...

Students gather outside Laird for a protest in favor of divesting

Students stage sit-in at Laird Hall

Ian Rothfeld, Bax Meyer, and Becky Reinhold May 24, 2024

On Friday, May 17, Carleton’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) staged a sit-in in Laird Hall. Laird, which holds classes as well as the offices of the President and Provost, was closed to students...

Rising sophomores begin preparing for room draw

Cindy Zhao, News Editor May 17, 2024

With the recent rising juniors finishing up their room draw, the majority of the rising sophomore class will soon draw their rooms from the remaining dorm halls: Watson, Myers, Goodhue and Musser.    According...

Office of the Chaplain hosts Yom HaShoah service with guest speaker Dr. Laura Levitt

Isaac Kofsky, Viewpoint Editor May 17, 2024

On Sunday May 12, students, faculty, staff and Northfield community members gathered in the Skinner Memorial Chapel to observe Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. The keynote speaker for the service...

Sam Zachs at Carletons game vs St. Olaf

This week in Sports 5/10 – 5/16

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer May 17, 2024

Women’s Track and Field The Knights finished fifth with 91.5 points at the MIAC Outdoor Championships, turning in many strong performances, including All-MIAC (1-3 individual and relay) and All-MIAC...

This week in sports: May 3 – May 8

Katie Hirsche, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

Women’s Cross Country The 2023 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) DIII National Championship team was recognized at a Minnesota Twins vs. Red Sox game on May 5, with head coach Donna...

One of the new Lilac Hill houses during construction.

Inaugural Lilac Hill room draw begins

Bea Culligan, News Editor May 10, 2024

 Starting in Fall 2024, Carleton students will have the option to move into Lilac Hill, the newly constructed housing behind the Rec Center, on the north side of campus. Construction crews broke ground...

Students recently set up an encampment on the Chapel lawn in support of Palestine.

Carleton students begin encampment amid nationally high campus tensions

Ian Rothfeld, News Editor May 9, 2024

Carleton students recently began an encampment in support of Palestine on the Chapel lawn during the college Board of Trustees’ scheduled May 8-10 visit. The 12-tent encampment, according to leaders...

IFSA leaders and members introduce the speakers.

IFSA and Sustainability Office host state legislators, ISAIAH to discuss transit justice

Becky Reinhold, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2024

In front of a slide show of mostly trains, ISAIAH and Interfaith Social Action members presented last week to a group of Carleton students, faculty and Northfield community members about Northfield’s...

Workday transition kicks off with the Registrar’s Office ‘Recipe for Registration Success.’

Bax Meyer, Managing Director May 3, 2024

In the midst of the college transitioning from the Hub to Workday for registration, the Registrar's Office hosted the “Recipe for Registration Success” in the Great Hall to show students how to navigate...

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