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  • Breaking: Cow Retracts Invitation to Holocaust Denier

    Northfield pub retracts invitation to controversial Holocaust denier.
  • White House “Crust Master” Shares Recipe for Success (Login Required)

    Between January 15-18, Bill Yosses, former White House Ex- ecutive Pastry Chef, nicknamed “the crust master,” hosted two events on campus “Baking for Presidents” and “Cooking, Science and Extraterrestials: A Menu for Aliens”, alongside Firebellies.

  • Physics Stars: Students Measure Pulsar

    Joel Weisberg, the Herman and Gertrude Mosier Stark Professor of Physics and Astronomy and the Natural Sciences, is part of a team that calculated the mass of a neutron star and its binary companion, using Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, and recently published the findings in The Astrophysical Journal.

  • Pipe Bursts, Causing Flood: Winter Winds Make for Watery Mess (Login Required)

    Here in Northfield, we often personify the frigid temperature, saying things like “it can cut like a knife.”

  • Successful MLK dinner raises questions about race (Login Required)

    On Monday evening, Carleton students came together in the Weitz atrium to celebrate the birthday and life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Bon Appetit wins marquis vegan rating despite qualms (Login Required)

    Carleton’s dining halls have received a nod of approval from peta2, PETA’s youth division. The organization gave Carleton an A on its Vegan Report Card, according to its website.

  • Nude mag may earn CSA funds (Login Required)

    Skin Deep, a student-run nude magazine, has taken a leap closer to its first issue.

  • Cow conspiracy series sparks faculty backlash (Login Required)

    The decision of the local bar The Contented Cow to feature a holocaust denier as part of its series of
    ‘CowTalks’ has created a severe controversy on campus and in the wider community.

  • Ebola Scare Puts Paid to Ghana Trip (Login Required)

    As individual cases of Ebola started popping up across the Unites States last Fall, Carleton took some precautionary steps.

  • Picking Up Nirvana, Not Coffee (Login Required)

    Alexander Lee ’17 traveled to Vimutti Buddhist Monastery in New Zealand over winter break as a part of Carleton’s increased externship opportunities.

  • A Bright Future for Solar (Login Required)

    A new source of renewable energy is taking root just down the road from Carleton’s two wind turbines.

  • Professors Urge College to Join Divestment Movement (Login Required)

    Sixty-six professors have signed a letter to the administration and the Board of Trustees, urging Carleton to eliminate its direct holdings in the top 200 fossil-fuel companies and to consider divesting from the fossil-fuel companies in its co-mingled funds.