Winter 2009 (March 6, 2009)
The Arts Union’s English common room will bring together students and faculty members for literary reflection and conversation.
The new residence halls and future arts union will enhance Carleton’s extraordinary environment for learning and teaching
Cassat Hall and Memorial Hall, Carleton’s two new residence halls, are on track to house students for the 2009–10 academic year
While the new residence halls will provide hundreds of Carleton students with a beautiful home, the project also has had a positive effect on the College’s relationship with its neighbors.
Cassat Hall is named in recognition of George L. Cassat ’46 and the late Patricia Donnell Cassat ’46, whose gifts have supported the construction of Carleton’s new residential facilities.
Designed to encourage flexible thinking and intellectual risk taking, plans for the new Arts Union capture the imagination
Carleton parents Jack and Renate Schuler have issued a $2 million dollar-for-dollar matching gift challenge to encourage parents of current and past students to support Carleton’s campaign.
The Arts Union’s centralized technology resource center will give students and faculty members the tools they need to work creatively with visual media and materials.