2012 Fall Issue 4 (October 12, 2012)
On Oct. 4, Al Franken, the former “Saturday Night Live” actor and current U.S. Senator from Minnesota, headlined a rally organized by the Carleton Democrats.
On Saturday, September 29th, around 150 participants from Northfield, the Twin Cities, and as far away as Bemidji gathered to tour seven farms in Northfield, MN as part of the first annual Farm Bike Tour.
Fred Guterl’s new book talks about possible human-created apocalypses.
Last Thursday, Derek Hoff gave a talk about the history of the population question and the change in attitudes towards population growth in the United States.
Last weekend, the Experimental Theater Board (ETB) premiered its rendition of the satirical one-act play The Barbarians are Coming, written by Luigi and Januzzi and directed by Hannah Neville ’14.
Starting in the winter of 2014, Carleton will offer a program for Sport and Globalization in Seville and London headed by men’s soccer coach Bob Carlson.
The scheduled Convocation speaker for Latino Heritage Month, Jose Antonia Vargas, won a Pulitzer Prize in 2008; two years later, he unmasked himself as an undocumented immigrant in a story for The New York Times Magazine.
Carleton’s Latin American Student Organization (LASO) celebrated Hispanic Heritage week as part of National Hispanic Heritage month.
Something smelled savory in Sayles yesterday- and it wasn’t from the Café.