- Collin Hazlett's BlogApril 11, 2009
This is one of those posts with no real cohesive storyline- but it does contain very interesting highly classified material that I have been able to smuggle to you via this blog, and which will be very helpful if you ever come to Carleton. Okay, maybe not highly classified. But at least somewhat classified, in some sense of the word. And definitely helpful.
- Claire Weinberg's BlogApril 8, 2009
Dancing, Frenchifying, yellow-biking, prospie-welcoming.
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogApril 7, 2009
This weekend I'm holding my Senior Concert. Having a Senior Concert is a long standing tradition at Carleton for ALL half Asian singer/songwriters. No, not really (I'm not sure there are any other half asian singer/songwriters...yet). But it's something I've been meaning to host for a few years now. I came to Carleton and performed my song "All My Life" at the Freshman Talent Show during New Student Week (which I HIGHLY recommend). Since then, I feel like I've been a very active part of the Carleton music scene...MORE
- Jane Sturges' BlogApril 6, 2009
... And I'm enjoying my classes so far. I realized today that Geo 110 is the first 100-level class I've taken since last Winter. What I mean by that is that it's nice to have a class with 30 pages of reading a week instead of 100, like all my other classes. My French class hasn't really vamped up yet either, so I'm left with some spare time (which is quite the rarity). So I have used it to identify and apply to internships that I think not only sound impressive, but will actually be things I want to participate in - these non-profits stand for really great ideals and do very effective work, whether locally, regionally, or nationally. Hopefully at least one of the groups will give me an opportunity to learn about political organizing and other such issues.
- Jane Sturges' BlogApril 1, 2009
If you are an Accepted Student to Carleton (and I hope you all are!), and you are coming to Accepted Student Days either the weekend of April 10th or April 17th (and I hope you all are!), then you should come to a Diversity Panel from 4-5pm on each Friday in Boliou 104. I will be participating along with a few other students talking about experiencing diversity at Carleton - in the classroom, dorms, activities, and anywhere else you can imagine. It should be interesting, and I would love to meet any of my avid readers (please don't disillusion me by telling me no one but my mother reads all this). Hope to see you there!
- Claire Weinberg's BlogApril 1, 2009
The beginning of a crazy-busy but hopefully excellent term.
- Collin Hazlett's BlogMarch 31, 2009
I'm sorry about the title. No, really- I am aware of its lameness and I sincerely apologize. I know that 1/3 of the people who read it will groan, and another 1/3 haven't read The Hobbit and won't catch the reference. But the remaining 1/3 might think it's kind of creative, so... I'm not sorry enough to change it.
Anyway, this post is about Spring Break and the beginning of my third trimester here. If that doesn't sound interesting enough, it also involves Snits and Runnungitms fighting each other to the death inside the internal organs of a giant Bolotomus. "Whatever can these words mean?" you ask yourself. Well, I guess you'll have to read the post to find out! Hahaha!
- Jane Sturges' BlogMarch 30, 2009
First of all, I spent Spring Break on campus, working in the Library and living in a friend's room in Myers (only Watson and Myers are used for Spring Break housing). I hung out with friends, watched movies, read books, and generally relaxed and spent most of my time decompressing in my room. There are a few different kinds of Spring Breaks:
- Jane Sturges' BlogMarch 16, 2009
I am now back at home, and back to procrastinating and not writing my 8 page French paper. So instead, I will tell you about my trip, my bioethics bowl, my impressions of Harvard, and catching up with a friend.
- Collin Hazlett's BlogMarch 14, 2009
Last time, I promised you I'd have a really awesome post ready for you this Friday. Well, part of that was true. I have a really awesome post right here, waiting for you to read. The Friday part didn't happen because my computer unexpectedly died last night, and I didn't want to make a late-night trek to a computer lab.
But today, from the computer lab on 3rd Libe, I bring you...
A Truly Awesome (If I Do Say So Myself) Retelling of the Events of the Past 3 Days
- Claire Weinberg's BlogMarch 13, 2009
A list of things.
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogMarch 10, 2009
The term is winding down (tomorrow is our last day of class) and winter decided to hit us with another snow storm. Actually, it wasn't a snow storm at all. We've had really nice weather the past week or so (my roommate has been wearing his flip flops, which I think is a little extreme but...) and this was just MN deciding that before we all head off for spring break we should remember where we are. Anyways, let's do a quick little wrap up of this past weekend and what's in store for Carleton in the next few days...MORE
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