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  • Admissions Office shortens Accepted Students Days (Login Required)

    “Obviously, prospies roaming free to drink is not necessarily a great idea, but I feel that sacrificing the Friday night really loses a lot of the appeal of the trip since student life is more than just Thursday night all-nighters.”

  • Former Texas state senator Wendy Davis

    Wendy Davis on women and Hillary (Login Required)

    Pro-Choice activist Wendy Davis visited Carleton’s campus to campaign for Hillary Clinton.

  • Bike share program on (w)heels of failed basketball court project (Login Required)

    The Bike Share project, which will permit the use of eight new bikes from the Recreation Center, aims to increase student access to a high cost activity.

  • Student contests medical transport decision (Login Required)

    On January 31st, a student ’19 who wishes to remain anonymous was transported to the emergency room without his consent. He argues that “I didn’t think I needed medical attention. Looking back... I would’ve been fine going back to my room and sleeping.”

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    Weitz to host DFL caucus (Login Required)

    This Super Tuesday both Carleton and St. Olaf will host respective Democratic caucuses for two of the region’s precincts. For Carleton the caucus will officially begin in Weitz 236 at 7 pm.

  • Tiffany Thet and Abha Laddha are the new CSA President and VP. Photo by Charlotte Duong.

    New leaders start amidst CSA frustration (Login Required)

    The CSA executive and Class Representative positions have been filled and announced, bringing in a new group of hopeful Carleton students who wish to enact change on campus.

  • New CSA President Tiffany Thet.

    Thet wins CSA president (Login Required)

    With "an unprecedented turnout in recent memory,” Tiffany Thet ’17 won the position of President, Abha Laddha ’17 captured the seat of Vice President, while Jeremy Keane ’17 was uncontested for Treasurer.

  • Tensions with students and Trustees heat up (Login Required)

    It is currently unclear what steps CRIC will take after receiving the rejection of their formal Divestment recommendation. It will likely be a couple weeks before CRIC decides if and how to respond.

  • Carls participate in conversations to promote dialogue about salient issues. Photo by A. Zeilinger.

    Campus conversations “predictable” (Login Required)

    Some are dissatisfied with the community conversations, others are hopeful. 

  • The CSA debate took place Thursday and ended with the opening of polls. Photo by Quinn Batten.

    CSA hopefuls debate platforms (Login Required)

    Thursday night saw the debates of Carleton students vying for positions on the CSA Senate. The executive positions of President, Vice President, and Treasurer are all open to new members.

  • Scoville remodel displaces students (Login Required)

    This spring, Clader House residents are being relocated to a staff apartment in Myers as a result of the upcoming renovations in Scoville.

  • Ebony II to change name, reactions mixed (Login Required)

    Many students have expressed problems with the group's name, saying they felt directly hurt by the connotations of the name and the changed racial make-up of the group since its conception.