Carls give it up for Lent (Login Required)
The end of the term is usually when students start drinking more coffee, not give it up altogether.
For Russian majors, Tolstoy and Ballet over tanks and bombs (Login Required)
When junior and senior Russian majors signed up for classes in their freshman fall, the US’s old foe was regarded as the cranky but quiescent rump of a decaying empire.
ESL resources often second choice for students (Login Required)
A group of volunteers under the leadership of Bailey Ulbricht ’15 tutors Syrian refugees to help them practice their English, and a number of Carleton students teach in weekly Adult ESL classes. But how are ESL students at Carleton receiving help?
Lefkowitz ’85 recalls tunnels and camaraderie (Login Required)
Have you ever met a Carleton professor who graduated from Carleton? With 19 former Carls now teaching at Carleton, you likely have. Between visiting lecturers and tenured professors, Carleton attracts a fair number of its own back to campus.
A Novel Education: Leisure reading in a ten week term (Login Required)
It’s no shock that Carls live an unmatchably busy life filled with hustle and bustle. Students are constantly moving from class to study spot and back again. With hundreds of pages of class reading per week, essays, lab reports, and presentations, Carls barely find time to eat and sleep.
After conducting a series of cloak and dagger style interviews in which no participants agreed to be named, information about the historical relationship between CANOE and Farm Houses has been uncovered.
From the Archives: A brief history of the Carleton Farm (Login Required)
From land that was once part hobo camp and part dumping ground for the local slaughterhouse grew the Carleton College Farm.
“Rushed off their feet:” Northfield residents’ opinions about Carls (Login Required)
Approximately 32% of Northfield’s population is between the ages of 18-24, many of whom are students at Carleton College or St. Olaf College.
FinAid says Carleton’s “doing its best” on need-sensitive aid (Login Required)
While increasing number of liberal arts colleges are following the trend of implementing a need-blind aid policy, Carleton continues to admit students on a need-sensitive basis.
Veggie Mondays Proposed (Login Required)
Stickers beside light switches and posters in bathroom stalls remind us of daily ways to save electricity and water. But maybe we would be doing more good by dishing up on tofu instead.
After funds crisis, Body +++ aims to “keep people talking” (Login Required)
For the past five weeks, a new student-run discussion series has been introduced as a venue for discussion about body positivity.
Ask Aphrodite (Login Required)
Hello Lovers and Dreamers! I received an influx of questions with Midwinter Ball approaching, so I decided to answer a few! Enjoy.