Green Cups Program Takes a Spill (Login Required)
After Students Organized for the Protection of the Environment’s (SOPE) five-year battle to establish a reusable cup system, winter term has begun, and reusable cups are no more.
Ebola: SHAC Hopes for Best, Plans for Worst (Login Required)
What seems to be the most common response at Carleton to the threat of widespread Ebola in the United States is dismissal of any such risk and acknowledgement that the most pressing issues are in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The number of Carls who apply for the most prestigious fellowships is dropping. Mike Flynn isn’t concerned.
“So many butts.” If you attended the fall ebony II recital you may have seen more of a show than originally expected when streakers visited the event.
There are approximately sixty cameras dispersed around Carleton’s campus, although the numbers are constantly increasing, with almost ten to twenty added per year according to Security’s needs.
Zosie Sandell’s ’17 suspension for drug possession earlier this term sparked a conversation about Carleton’s drug policies, which prompted the CSA Senate to pass a resolution that calls for revisions to Carleton’s alcohol and drug policy.
Computer science is the second most popular major with 56 declared majors in the class of 2016, up from 14 in the class of 2008.
As a result of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Carleton canceled its winter break off-campus studies trip to Ghana.
Orange is the new green at Carleton.
Local politics are difficult to follow, in part because they do not follow strict party lines. We cannot simply say, “he’s the DFL candidate, so I’ll vote for him.”
Carleton’s admissions brochures highlight the College’s generous financial aid policies and its diverse study body.
With the midterm election approaching, candidates running in local races have come to campus and have collaborated with clubs to convince Carleton’s students to turn out to vote in Northfield on Tuesday.