2014 Winter Issue 5 (February 14, 2014)
Lavern Rippley Donates Love, Crack to Olaf (Login Required)
Prior to Midwinter Ball on Saturday, campus erupted with rumors that Crack and Love House owner and St. Olaf German Professor Lavern Rippley had sold the houses, possibly to Carleton.
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Dumplings, keynote speeches, and Spring Festival Gala screenings, oh my! Over this past weekend, Carleton students celebrated Lunar New Year with an array of events.
Carleton College has long-held a sterling reputation for inspiring female scientists. In fact, Carleton sends some of the most women on for advanced degrees in the physical sciences of any college in the U.S.
Every man born in South Korea is, whether they like it or not, required to serve in the military anytime between the age of 20 and 30. This creates about two years of vacancy in people’s twenties.
There has recently been talk over the concept of having a tobacco free campus. Why not? Hundreds of campuses have already begun this movement, toward what is described as a cleaner brighter future for students.
A slightly less renowned Northfield fact is that it is also home to a large bovine population. Why should we be so proud of Northfield’s tremendous bovinity?
“Friends Made Easy.” That’s the tagline for Friendsy, the newest social networking site to hit Carleton College, but whether it will live up to its tempting claim remains to be seen.
“The administration has accepted our proposal and Rotblatt is remaining in students’ hands,” Rotblatt committee chair Josh Carson ’14 wrote in popular Facebook forum Overheard at Carleton early Thursday afternoon.
The total number of applicants to the Class of 2018 is at 6,250, which is an 11 percent decrease from last year, according to Dean of Admissions Paul Thiboutot.
Many at Carleton aren’t surprised that roughly $3 million of the school’s endowment is invested in Philip Morris International, a tobacco company. Or that, even at a school that brags about its wind turbine and LEED-certified buildings, about 5 percent of the endowment is invested in fossil fuels.
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Jenny Ramey ‘14 scored 17 points to lead four Knights in double figures, but an upset bid by the Carleton College women’s basketball team evaporated early in the second half as the squad lost, 84-60, at Concordia College.
Several members of the Carleton College men’s track and field team turned in solid performances at the first home meet of the season as the Knights hosted University of St. Thomas and St. Olaf College for the Carleton Invitational. Others did not.
The Carleton College men’s tennis team opened the regular season with a pair of non-conference matches.
For the third consecutive week, the Carletonian aricle for the Carleton College women’s track and field team will need some edits after the Knights eclipsed a pair of program standards during the Carleton Invitational held at the Recreation Center.
Despite three players with double-digit scoring performances, including senior Taylor Hanson’s ‘14 game-high 23 points to match with his seven rebounds, the Carleton College men’s basketball team’s second-half comeback fell just short, 62-57, against the visitors from Gustavus Adolphus College.
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One does not simply walk into Sayles 205 at night. This is not only because we don’t know what Sayles 205 is, but also that our OneCards don’t let us in.
Valentine’s Day is sexist. Now, everyone knows that Valentine’s Day is a commercialized holiday, but this commercialism seems to be aimed at women.
The interplay between words is a lot like sex ... take out one of your favorite poems and read it. Why do you like it? How does it work?
A few days ago, I was enjoying my fourth pre-noon Tandem Bagel when the person at the table next to me brought up a holiday that I had all but forgotten about: Valentine’s Day.
Happy Valentine’s Day! I bet you just groaned as you read over that sentence. This is the day we all dread.