- January 5, 2006 at 10:18 am
by Emily Schwing and Cameron Nordholm
In its heyday, The Carleton Miscellany was a contemporary, avante-garde and unpretentious compilation of some of the best comtemporary American literature. For exactly 20 years, subscribers from all over the country--and world--flocked to its pages, consuming the work by some of the greatest authors to come out of the 20th century.
But what happened? Why did the Miscellany disappear just as abruptly as it started? And where are the back issues today? One of Carleton’s favorite English professors, Mike Kowalewski of the Carleton English department, introduces us to what was once one of the Midwest’s most celebrated and sought-after private publications.
- January 1, 2006 at 10:21 am
The only one of its kind, the Albino Squirrel t-shirt uniquely acknowledges the resident white squirrel. Find out more about the background behind this awesome tee and you'll wish you had one too.
- December 24, 2005 at 9:38 am
by Karina Hill and Andrew Bartels
Carleton College has not yet achieved the difficult task of becoming 100% sustainable, but that doesn’t mean that individuals, student organizations, academic departments, and college offices haven’t taken valuable steps toward this end. Many of these important initiatives have gone unnoticed because they fit so naturally into the campus environment.
This slide show will highlight some of Carleton’s highly celebrated achievements in sustainability, as well as point out the lesser-publicized achievements of equal importance.
- December 23, 2005 at 9:34 am
by Ethan Hyland
One in a series of photoessays exploring the campus. This one encompasses more commonly overlooked places, and even some places on campus that students and visitors alike don’t usually see. Can you guess where all of these places are? If you want to rediscover the campus, and discover new places you didn’t know existed, check this out!
- December 22, 2005 at 9:31 am
Being too old to trick-or-treat doesn't mean the Halloween fun is gone for good.
- December 21, 2005 at 9:23 am
by Lauren Allinson, Megan Meyer and Gracie Young
Carleton College's Student Center, Sayles Hill, is the hub of student life on campus. Not only does it house classrooms, study spaces, and newly equipped computer lab, it is a social space where students, faculty and staff can interact as well as work. Home to student organizations, the bookstore and snack bar, Sayles has always been an indispensable part of student life. Since its construction the building has evolved from its original athletic capacity into a unique social environment.Play Slideshow
- December 8, 2005 at 1:17 pm
by Tim Blaha '06.
Life. Love. Career. Beer. A senior reflects on the things it would've been good to know back in freshman year.
10. Time flies. Enjoy it. Always be aware of how lucky you are...
- November 10, 2005 at 4:02 pm
Recently, a number of students on campus have been petitioning to change the college's mascot from the "Knights" to the "Penguins." In the midst of this heated debate, what we need most is a thorough, impartial, and thought-provoking comparison of the contenders...
- October 23, 2005 at 7:41 pm
- October 20, 2005 at 2:28 pm
In the first of a series of submissions from off-campus students, Sean Montgomery '07 checks in from Japan with a photographic recap of his adventures abroad.
- October 19, 2005 at 3:23 pm
Please get original this Halloween, urges Tim Blaha '06:
"Creativity and effort are the key components of a successful Halloween costume. So, please don’t come as Jesus, it has been done far too many times. It has gotten so ridiculous that even a streaking “shark” (a.k.a. naked guy with Frisbee between buttocks) is more appealing to the eye than another Jesus representation."
- October 19, 2005 at 10:01 am
When Sodexho placed a well-intentioned but somewhat, um, earnest tabletent in the dining hall recently to promote Mind, Body & Spirit, a group of friends devised their own parody version.