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  • Petition circulates to give students free break housing (Login Required)

    Kathleen George ’16 started a petition on change.org that asked Carleton to provide housing to students who do not have a safe home over break.

  • New CSA President Marielle Foster '16

    As president elect, Foster to reform drug policy (Login Required)

    When CSA polls closed Sunday night, Marielle Foster ‘16 became the CSA’s next president-elect. Succeeding Becca Giles ’15, she is the second consecutive female CSA president, and the second vice-president to ever ascend to the presidency.

  • The ad in question.

    Bon App. pleads ignorance on bawdy ads (Login Required)

    A woman’s rear end, clad only in a translucent white bikini bottom, hung seductively about mid-frame. A QR code rested in the small of her back. “Stop staring and take her picture,” read the bolded caption under the photo.

  • CUT, the Carleton Men’s ultimate Frisbee team, practicing in the rec Center this week.

    One year later, memorials aim to "Light the Darkness" (Login Required)

    Last year on February 28 the Carleton community mourned the loss and celebrated the lives of Michael Goodgame, Paxton Harvieux, and James Adams, members of the Class of 2015.

  • Project passes despite majority opposition (Login Required)

    This weekend Carleton students voted in the CSA 2015 Winter election to allocate funds to create an outdoor basketball court. 440 students were in favor, and 656 were in opposition.

  • After vote, CSA will spend $30k on b-ball court (Login Required)

    After last week’s CSA election, confusion rippled through the student body; why would the referendum for a proposed outdoor basketball court pass if 440 students voted yes and 656 voted no?

  • Northfield ramps up for skate park project (Login Required)

    Skateboard savants, enthusiasts, and dabblers, your week just got a whole lot better. As early as September, there will be a skatepark in Northfield.

  • Bon Appetit worker shortage plagues dining halls (Login Required)

    Because four Bon Appetit staff members left over winter break, the dining halls and Sayles have been understaffed for the entire term.

  • Mock Trial presses suit to championships (Login Required)

    In the Regionals of the annual American Mock Trial competition hosted by Hamline University in Saint Paul Friday, Jan. 30 to Sunday, Feb. 1, the Carleton mock trial team won third place and qualified to continue to the opening round championships over spring break.

  • MHAC Event a Success (Login Required)

    This past Tuesday Carls gathered in the Chapel to take part in the second annual Break the Silence, organized by The Mental Health Awareness Collective (MHAC).

  • Fetzer gets a word in (Login Required)

    Controversial speaker James Fetzer made his appearance in Northfield Wednesday evening at the public library after the cancellation of the Cowtalks speaking series of which he was to take part.

  • Elections loom on horizon (Login Required)

    On Thursday night, the loudspeakers crackled on, and the CSA debate began.