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Experiencing isolation in the Cave

At the end of Winter Term, the number of COVID-19 cases increased rapidly, requiring more space for isolating students than Carleton initially provided. The Cave, a student-run music and entertainment venue, was adapted into housing for students in isolation. The Cave is a relatively small venue, with limited ability to…

Porch to undergo renovations, possible closure

Porch, a college house beloved by many in the Carleton community, will be closing at the end of Spring Term. It is currently unknown whether Porch is closing temporarily or permanently. This closure also marks the first time in 20 years that Carls won’t be living in Porch, as students…

Sayles remodel delayed

Due to budgetary restraints, a remodel of the Sayles Cafe that was set to take place this summer has been delayed. The original plan for the remodel exceeded the $2.5 million budget funded by Bon Appetit and has been taken back to the planning team—composed of representatives from Bon Appetit,…

Security Blotter: April 6 – 9

Wednesday, April 6 Early Morning Security transported a student to the hospital. Afternoon Security took a suspicious person report from a student.  Afternoon Security took a report of reckless driving. Evening Security did a welfare check on a student.  Thursday, April 7 Evening Security responded to a medical. The student…

All applicants accepted for Northfield Option

All seniors who applied for Northfield Option—Carleton’s system for allocating off-campus, non-college owned housing—were accepted this year. Seniors with draw numbers as high as 257 were able to make it off campus, whereas many landlords and students had previously only considered those with numbers around 80 and below sure bets. …