Laundry Change Eliminates Change (Login Required)
As a result of a new contract, Carleton changed its laundry service this year, with campus houses switching from coin-operated units to flat rate of $25 per term.
Zosie Sandell, a sophomore who faced expulsion for drug possession, got a reprieve Sept. 26 when a Judicial Hearing Board decided she could return to Carleton after a one-year suspension.
Sixteen Carleton students spent their first weekend of the school year fighting for the future of the planet.
ITS published software Friday to help Mac users connect to eduroam, Carleton’s wireless provider.
Teaching preschool at Bright Horizons Family Solutions in Minneapolis, reading manuscripts at Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents in New York City, or working at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Silver Spring, Maryland will be a part of some students’ winter breaks as a result of the Career Center’s expanded externship offerings.
While first-year Carls are finding a new home in Northfield, so are the animals at Prairie’s Edge Humane Society.
After Survey, ITS Wrangles with Spotty WiFi (Login Required)
ITS plans to improve wifi accessibility and to make the Hub and Moodle more user friendly in response to the results of a Measuring Information Systems Outcomes (MISO) survey.
Among the groups on campus working to reduce waste and create a culture of sustainability are: the Waste Monitors, student custodians who monitor the degree of contamination in the waste bins, and the Food Recovery Network, students who transport uneaten dining hall food (which would otherwise go to the garbage) to people in need. This year, both groups are expanding their operations.
There have been heated debates on whether global warming is hap- pening or not for the past few decades. Ken Tape’s “Then and Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape,” an exhibition displayed at the Kaemmer Family Gallery of the Perlman Teaching Museum at the Weitz Center from September 19th to November 19th, has an concre- teanswer.
As a result of last spring’s CSA elections, Carls voted to replace the compostable take-out cups in the dining hall with reusable cups. But students have not been returning the cups, cast- ing doubt upon the new system.
A longtime advocate for minority students, Hudlin Wagner has announced she will retire at the end of this school year, after 25 years as a Carleton administrator.
The evening of Sunday, September 15th, sophomore Zosie Sandell and five other Carleton students—including her roommate, fellow sophomore Zach Leonard—entered the Arb to take LSD.