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Professors Contextualize the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

From news broadcasts to social media to conversations amongst students, Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine has certainly been on everyone’s mind. But what exactly happened? What are the implications? Carleton professors broke it down. Political science professors Christina Farhart, Dev Gupta, Greg Marfleet and chair of the department Tun Myint,…

Mock Trial Goes to Regionals

On February 21, Carleton’s Mock Trial Club attended the regional competition for the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). The competition was hosted over Zoom in light of COVID-19 concerns. Two Carleton teams competed virtually against colleges across the country. One of Carleton’s teams brought home the Spirit of the American…

Carleton Today

Starting at the end of January, the college began producing and distributing a new weekly e-newsletter entitled Carleton Today. The newsletter aims to provide transparency between President Allison Byerly, as well as other senior leadership team members and students.  The issues have provided readers with information and updates, such as…

New COVID-19 policy takes effect

New COVID-19 policies were implemented this week, including allowing for optional masking in most indoor spaces on campus for students, faculty and staff who are fully vaccinated and boosted.  A campuswide email sent out by the Carleton COVID-19 Core Team explained that the changes come in light of the continued…

Meeting with Board Member: Divest Carleton Ramps Up Pressure

On Thursday, February 10, Divest Carleton met with President Alison Byerly and Board of Trustees member Justen Wender. Wender, a managing partner at Stella Point Capital, has been on the Board for 18 years and is now also the chair of the Investment Committee. According to Maya Stovall ’23, the…