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    Watch the Throne (Login Required)

    It’s easy to see why Game of Thrones is so popular. Although some have difficulty following its complex plot, it’s exactly this complexity which make this show so compelling; its multiple intertwining storylines and sudden character deaths create a sense of heightened reality for the viewer.


    The Cuisine of Infinity: Restaurant Review: NEW Buffet (Login Required)

    It was Saturday evening. I had neglected to eat lunch that day, and the specter of hunger was haunting my stomach. I also lacked shelter from the quickly escalating rain, so according to Maslow’s hierarchy my entire being was focused on hustling over to NEW Buffet, which offers the prospect of infinite food for just $8.99, and also a roof.

  • Carltography

    Carltography: Mapping the Carleton Narrative (Login Required)

    Have you ever wondered where your fellow Carls spend their time? Ever thought about how there is hardly an inch of campus that has been untouched by students, at one time or another?

  • ETB players in “SurUrbia."

    “SubUrbia,” Burnout Wasteland (Login Required)

    “SubUrbia,” a play written by Eric Bogosian and directed by junior History major Andrew Harvey, opened last Thursday in the Little Norse Theater.

  • Zach McGowan,

    Interview: Zach McGowan ‘02, Actor on TV Show Black Sails (Login Required)

    Zach McGowan, Carleton College Class of 2002, is a television actor from New York, NY.  He recently landed a prominent role in Black Sails, a major STARZ production.

  • Humans of Carleton

    The Human Behind Humans of Carleton (Login Required)

    Humans of Carleton creator Thomas Hiura ‘17 says that if there were one question someone should ask to get to know him, it would be what his top ten favorite rap albums are.

  • Lenny D cast members puzzle over the best way to break up via board game

    Inside Lenny D (Login Required)

    We all love to go watch Lenny Dee preform every term and laugh at the ridiculousness that the our own comedians come up with, but have you ever wondered what it takes to come up with those sketches? This is a behind the scenes look at the seven weeks of work that goes into Lenny Dee every term.

  • Mary Ann Kelling

    11 Questions with Carleton's Costume Designer (Login Required)

    Costume director Mary Ann Kelling has spent thirteen years getting Carls gussied up before they hit the stage – even in the midst of chemotherapy and radiation treatment for breast cancer. This week I sat down to chat with her about sewing, teaching, and design theory.

  • Semaphore Fall Recital

    Semaphore Fall Recital (Login Required)

    Carleton’s modern dance company, Semaphore, had their fall dance recital last weekend.

  • Andrew Harvey ‘15 and Ethan Ramsey ‘17 as Sir Toby Belch and Sir Andrew.

    "Twelfth Night" Feeds Audience Food of Love, Ends on a High Note (Login Required)

    For her final Carleton production, Ruth Weiner transported the audience to Illyria – a mysterious land where two shipwrecked twins find love and each other.

  • Theater Department Says Goodbye to Ruth Weiner (Login Required)

    Ruth Weiner isn’t only a retiring Theater Professor, she is a piece of Carleton history who is finally taking her bow and leaving theater at Carleton in our capable hands.

  • Books & Ideas: Recommended Reading List (Login Required)

    Need a good book? Here, our ‘Tonian editors recommended some of their favorites. If you have some down time before final projects get crazy, try one of these good reads to feed your mind... You won’t be disappointed by these literary successes!