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  • MHAC Event a Success (Login Required)

    This past Tuesday Carls gathered in the Chapel to take part in the second annual Break the Silence, organized by The Mental Health Awareness Collective (MHAC).

  • Fetzer gets a word in (Login Required)

    Controversial speaker James Fetzer made his appearance in Northfield Wednesday evening at the public library after the cancellation of the Cowtalks speaking series of which he was to take part.

  • Elections loom on horizon (Login Required)

    On Thursday night, the loudspeakers crackled on, and the CSA debate began.

  • Misconduct Policy introduced to public (Login Required)

    To comply with federal regulations and in response to student’s comments, Carleton is making changes to its sexual misconduct procedure and held a public presentation about the changes Wednesday night in the Alumni Guest House.

  • Room Draw chatter begins (Login Required)

    Room draw numbers for the 2015-2016 school year went live Feb. 3 at midnight.

  • Synchro or swim: the hidden team (Login Required)

    You would be forgiven if you didn’t know that Carleton had a synchronized swimming team.

  • Skin Deep Finally Wins Funding (Login Required)

    Despite concerns about legal issues, the CSA Senate agreed Feb. 9 to fund Carleton’s new nude magazine Skin Deep.

  • Fetzer to Speak at NoFo library (Login Required)

    In response to the cancellation of his speaking series at the Contented Cow, conspiracy theorist and alleged holocaust denier Jim Fetzer will give a talk organized by the Muslim Jewish Christian Alliance for 9/11 at the Northfield Library Wednesday, Feb. 18.

  • Diversity training wins support in CSA in wake of controversy (Login Required)

    Members of the Carleton Student Association will be required to undergo diversity training under a widely supported proposal by senior Hyanthi Peiris.

  • Breweries get go-ahead from NoFo City Council (Login Required)

    The Northfield City Council recently approved a change to local city ordinances that would allow breweries and taprooms to be opened in town.

  • Sayles doles out deluxe desserts (Login Required)

    Over winter break, the menu of the campus’ real favorite place to eat saw some major additions.

  • After accidents, golf cart program hobbles along (Login Required)

    Easily visible around campus, golf carts used by injured students to get around campus are increasing in number. However, the spike in golf cart misuse by students also causes concern for the administration and security, and could spell the end of the program.