2012 Fall Issue 5 (October 19, 2012)
This past week, students and professors did just that with a marathon reading of David Copperfield, a book known, among other things, for its famous characters, such as the poor Mr. Micawber and the wicked Mr. Heap.
Happy Birthday, Bon Appetit! On Thursday, Carleton’s catering company celebrated its 25th birthday (for all conglomerates nationwide)at both Burton Dining Hall and the LDC.
In what proved to be a heated event, the Carleton branch of J Street U, an Israeli peace organization, brought a former Israeli serviceman to speak at the Weitz Center for Creativity on Tuesday, October 9th.
Despite rumors to the contrary, The Off-Campus Studies (OCS) Office decided to maintain their policy governing first-year students studying abroad.
Last weekend, parents, family and friends arrived on campus from all over the country to visit their Carleton students.
In his convocation speech last Friday, Philip Plait, astronomer and author of the “Bad Astronomy” blog, discussed how astronomy is “constantly misused.”
Though aspects of Carleton’s controversial new printing policy remain shrouded in mystery, newly surfaced information answers some of students’ most pressing questions about the origins and goals of the program.
This year, to celebrate the 24th annual National Coming Out Day, Carleton students and faculty decided to celebrate with a two-week series of events intended to celebrate the process of coming out, and to raise awareness of the issues faced by the LGTBQ community.