Since October 3, Carleton's wind turbine has been shut down and awaiting repairs.
As influential politicians in the Carleton, Northfield, and national realms, the Wellstones have left a legacy that many commemorated in the last week.
Carleton hosted “The Future of News” forum yesterday. Mediated by Professor Michael Griffin, the panel featured five Minnesota based journalists from different sectors of the professional sphere. The topic of their conversation—the future of journalism.
The first and only issue of Unashamed this term will be distributed today, in a format similar to that of the Progressive. So far, the publication has received twenty-one submissions, “primarily from Humanist, agnostic, Christian-Catholic, and other Christian points of view.
There’s a new publication on the block, and her name is trollop. The magazine, though still in its infancy, strives to carve a niche out for itself as a unique “women’s magazine” in Carleton’s sea of publications.
Carletonian reporters interview Trustees; A closer look at Carleton Trustees Paul Van Valkenburg, Nancy Dennis and Alan Bauer
The Carletonian asked three trustees to introduce themselves, their positions, and their thoughts on Carleton’s future.
I write to you now from Madrid, Spain, where I'm being kept in what is thought to be a “really great idea”... I tell you that I am less than thrilled to be here, and not to be there, with you.
- Acclaimed Photographer to Give Lecture
- P Diddy Inks Promotional Deal
- Boston Wins, America Wins
- Spears Back in Court, Again
-College engages in self-study as part of accreditation process
-Acclaimed Minneapolis author delivers talk on new book
-ETB plays presents comedy
-DeGeneres cancels show in light of emotional dog situation
Carleton parent part of Nobel prize winning IPCC; Randy Dole recognized for research in climate change
Al Gore shared the prize with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which includes third year Carleton student Chris Dole’s father, Randy Dole.
International Student Programs is hosting a week of festivities beginning Oct. 22. Sponsored by the U.S. State and Education Departments, “International Education Week” is an annual worldwide event in its eighth year, and is meant to promote understanding through international education and exchange.
On May 25th Governor Tim Pawlenty signed into law the "Next Generation Energy Act of 2007". The Bill, co-sponsored by Rep. Bill Helty and Senator Yvonne Prettner Solon, establishes Minnesota as a national leader in climate change and energy efficiency legislation.