The ManDance Consensus (Login Required)
Every Winter and Spring terms, Ebony II performances are marked by a special dance—Mandance.
“Why I’m graduating early:” Seniors’ Reflections (Login Required)
While most Carleton students finish in 12 terms—four years—some students opt to take a different route and decide to accelerate their graduation and graduate a term or more early.
Graduated, but still “going abroad” (Login Required)
Imagine getting to study abroad twice, once as a student, and then later as an alum; hiking through Scotland’s Western Isles, floating down the Ganges River in India, or hiking the Grand Canyon with Carleton alumni of all ages as your travel companions and Carleton faculty and staff as your guides.
Speakeasy isn’t just a party theme (Login Required)
Two services offered by the Academic Support Center, Speech Coaching and Academic Skills Coaching, are underutilized by the student body, says director of Academic Support, Kathy Evertz.
Carleton data storage, demystified (Login Required)
Over the course of four years, Carleton’s administrative offices collect an astonishing amount of data from its students.
With Map Research, Morse Charts New Territory (Login Required)
Since its opening in 2011, the Perlman Teaching Museum in the Weitz Center for Cre- ativity has acted as a bridge across disciplines and media in order to connect the visual and liberal arts.
Carls Tutor Syrian Refugees (Login Required)
For many, the image of a paper airplane conjures up visions of a childhood classroom. Students in war-torn Syria, however, are more accustomed to real planes - bombing their cities and villages, driving them into exile and away from school.
7 Arb Deer Killed in Winter Break Bow Hunt (Login Required)
Many Carleton students are unaware of activity that takes place in the arboretum from Thanksgiving Day to December 31, the annual season for bow hunters to harvest deer from within the arb.
Dungeon on Division: Alum Opens Game Store Downtown (Login Required)
Shuffling cards and rolling dice now have a place to pay out social capital.
This past Wednesday, a European probe named Philae landed on a comet for the first time in human history. This same probe made history earlier this year by becoming the first probe to orbit around a comet.
Through the long and arduous journey that is the ninth week, all that students have to motivate them is the fact that the term will come to an end, and hopefully in this their suffering will cease.
The dearth of reusable cups in the dining halls has led to widespread frustration--and the creation of a Twitter account: @Cupsandbananas, which offers updates and commentary on the number of cups and bananas present at various locations on campus.