2012 Spring Issue 3 (April 20, 2012)
This Sunday, April 22, will mark the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. Earth Day was first established in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson from Wisconsin. He had been troubled by the devastating oil spills in Santa Barbara the year before.
While running or walking through the pine plantation in the northern tip of the arb, one might not realize the obstacle it poses to restoration. Covering 30 acres, the dense pine forest holds quite a bit of wood. The pines aren’t native to this part of Minnesota.
Week of Apr. 12 - 18, 2012
Oxford University Professor Will Speak in Conjunction with Gould Library Photo Exhibit, Carleton Invites Community to its Annual Holocaust Remembrance Service and Vigil, The Reub Presents Carleton’s “Prof Rockers,” The Counterfactuals, World-Famous DJ Spooky Visits Carleton for Residency and Performance This Week
Friday, April 20- Thursday, April 26