- Not your typical island-hopping tour, this trip offers immersion in one place: Lesvos, the second largest island of Greece. Spring in the Aegean! Lesvos is suddenly resplendent with wildflowers, visited by myriad species of birds migrating from North Africa to Eurasia, and steeped in the annual rites of spiritual renewal that is Orthodox Easter (April 4, 2010).
- Join Carleton History Professor David Tompkins and his wife Avigail Manneberg on this once-in-a-lifetime journey combining a performance of the legendary 2010 Passion Play in Oberammergau with a delightful cruise through the heart of Europe. Cruise in style and comfort along the Danube River through the fabled realms of the Habsburg Empire.
- This will be the first Carleton Alumni Adventure to this exciting area, where geological, human, and ecological histories are richly intertwined. Explore the Black Hills and Badlands with Mary Savina ‘72, Carleton’s Charles L. Denison Professor of Geology and Director of Archaeology.
- Mary Easter, dance professor, emerita, is fulfilling her long-time desire to return to the American Dance Festival in Durham, N.C., and has invited Carleton alumni, parents, and friends to join her!
- This Alumni adventure through the Grand Canyon in 2010 was led by Prof. Perry Mason and Beth Schwarzman '66. The trip is similar to one that will be offered again in September of 2012. The name itself reflects the awe which this special place engenders. Carleton in the Grand Canyon will give you an opportunity to experience the canyon in an extraordinary way, with the time and opportunity to begin to get to know it.
- Join us this October on a voyage to some of the Mediterranean's most beautiful and illuminating sites led by archaeology professor Nancy Wilkie. Setting out from Venice’s Grand Canal, our route will take us to cities on the Adriatic coast, in the Greek Isles, and on the Turkish coast that are poised in the magical spot between history and myth, and which link the medieval Mediterranean with the ancient world.