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2015 Spring Issue 7 (May 22, 2015)

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    • Golf team makes it to nationals

      Women's Golf Finishes 6th at Nationals (Login Required)

      After an outstanding season that culminated in the first trip to Nationals in program history, the women's golf team capitalized on their success with a 6th place finish.

    • Nolan Baker

      Tsutsui and Baker voted to All Mid- west Team (Login Required)

      Designated hitter Nolan Baker and outfielder/catcher Hayden Tsutsui repeated as selections to the D3baseball.com All-Midwest Region Second Team.

    • Go knights!

      Fourth place finish coupled with broken records (Login Required)

      Ruth Steinke won the steeplechase for the third straight year to headline 11 all-conference performances on Saturday as the Carleton College women’s track and field team finished fourth at the MIAC Championships.

    • Men’s Track topples records and races to Fourth Place Finish (Login Required)

      Led by stellar performances from Alex Polk, Jerry Cook-Gallardo, and Hart Hornor, the Carleton College men’s track and field team finished fourth at the 2015 MIAC Outdoor Championships.

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    • This week's Editorial (Login Required)

      Instead of taking steps to ban hard alcohol, the administration should continue investing money into alcohol education in order to foster an open dialogue

    • Material longings, tiny house dreams (Login Required)

      I don’t think I’m alone in wavering between wanting the luxuries of material things and wanting the minimalist, pure happiness of a simpler, smaller world.

    • Troubled by trendy “back to the land” tendencies (Login Required)

      When college students act like they could drop it all today and start planting seeds tomorrow, it belittles the demanding and risky undertaking that sustainable farming really is.

    • A cry for empathy (Login Required)

      Carleton needs to see a return to empathetic debate. We need to stop posting on Overheard and start discussing in person.

    • Growing pains of a premature cat lady (Login Required)

      I’m not quite a child or wandering teenager, but I’m definitely not an adult. As college students we’re caught in an odd web of existence: simultaneously part of a college bubble that we consider our “world” when really this world just a microcosm of a much larger identity.

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