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2012 Winter Issue 4 (February 3, 2012)

Weekly Updates

  • turkeys

    Wild Turkeys in the Arb

    The wild turkey, Meleagris gallopavo, is actually not so strange of a sight around campus. It can be spotted in the Arb’s floodplain forest, upland forests, and at field edges year round.

  • kabuki

    News Briefs

    Carleton Receives Grant from The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, Lecture to Focus on the Significance of Gender in Japanese Kabuki, and Dr. Jane Nofer Poskanzer to Present Discussion on Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Officer Holicky and Officer Bushey, Security Services

    Security Blotter

    A student came to the Security office to request a Band-Aid.  Examination of his broomball injury prompted Security to issue a Band-Aid and two taxi vouchers to Northfield Hospital for treatment.

  • energy conservation

    Residential Energy Audits Pilot Program

    A pilot program was developed to perform energy audits on several residential houses. The ultimate goal is to perform energy audits in all campus buildings.

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