- Marlena's BlogSeptember 22, 2009
A week and a half in, and I'm just starting to settle comfortably into Carleton life.
- Claire Weinberg's BlogSeptember 17, 2009
I'm a sophomore! Stuff about that fact, plus my intensely historical summer, inside.
- Collin Hazlett's BlogSeptember 15, 2009
Between the time of the last posting and the time of this posting I have evolved into... a Sophomore.
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogJune 17, 2009
At one point during President Oden's speech at graduation last weekend he said, "You are Carleton students no longer." I've known this day was coming for the past year, but it was still a shocking realization. I'm done with college. I'll repeat it, to accentuate its importance. I'm done with college. And since I have no immediate plans for grad school, that means my life is going to be seriously lacking the structure of academia. And, just as frightening, it means I have to grow up and be an adult...MORE
- Collin Hazlett's BlogJune 11, 2009
This is it!
- Collin Hazlett's BlogJune 9, 2009
I wrote this post earlier today. It was all ready to go. Then I deleted it by accident. Unfortunately, I don't have a time machine so that I can go back and prevent myself from deleting the earlier version of this post.
However, I do have a Chelsea 11:17 play about a time machine, in case you're interested.
Also, adding to the intrigue surrounding this post is that it describes what I did during the last week of school. Oh man! This is going to be good.
- Jane Sturges' BlogJune 8, 2009
My mom came up to visit and wrote a few thoughts for me! Other things: Classes are blessedly done (I've been catching up on my sleep and my tv shows), I cut my hair nice and short (so far loving it), I have been working up a storm at the library, and I even managed to turn in both my papers on time. One of my roommates left last night, which is a bit sad, but inevitable. I think I have 19 hours for this pay period when normally I have 15-16, and I had to get subs for 3.5 of my normal hours, too.
Additionally, I am super excited to start my internship at Democracy for America, and sad to see all my senior friends leaving. Hopefully I'll get to see a couple of them over the summer while I'm up here in the Northeast.
- Jane Sturges' BlogJune 4, 2009
Right now it's 3:30 AM and I'm working on a big research paper (it's finally starting to come together, I think). Anyway - don't be too afraid - I didn't manage my time well, so now I'm making up for it. I will post soon about classes ending, my mom visiting, and possibly about the effects of religious identity on ethnic conflict/civil wars or the evolution of the LGBTA movement in France over the past century - just to give you an idea of my research right now.
For now, enjoy the videos my Ethnic Conflict prof played in class yesterday:
2009's winner, the entry from Norway: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiH4BFTELME
2006's winner, the Finnish entry: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5ZfQMOHB5k&feature=fvw
A Best of Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEXyR1KM8v0
- Collin Hazlett's BlogJune 1, 2009
This is not a post. This is an apology for the absence of a post. The real post is coming.
- Claire Weinberg's BlogMay 29, 2009
- Jane Sturges' BlogMay 27, 2009
So, I'm going to link to a college review I wrote about Carleton over at a friend's website, www.admissionsadvice.com. I spent a long time writing the review, so definitely check it out if you're a prospective student! Carolyn Lawrence, the writer of the blog, is a friend of my mother's and a very nice lady - I actually met her and her son when they visited Carleton (although apparently I was not convincing and he went to Reed) - so read her blog if you're trying to make sense of the whole process.
And some more stuff ...
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogMay 26, 2009
4 years ago if you told me that this past weekend would have been one of the best weekends I have at college and all the best parts would revolve around some sports game I would not have believed you at all. I probably wouldn't have believed you a week ago. BUT that was the case...MORE
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