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  • Carleton's record is no good but they play with a lot of heart. Photo by Quinn Batten.

    Moral victories for Carleton football

    “We know, that outside of our group, no one is really giving us a fighting chance, but so what? We’ll trust each other, we’ll support each other, and we’ll fight for each other until the very last play.”

  • Gilmore leads the women's golf team. The girl is rock solid.

    Gilmore wins 2nd straight golf title

    The leader of the girls' golf team is Grace Gilmore, the back-to- back MIAC individual champion. She is the tone setter for the team and is quietly having one of the best collegiate golf careers in Carleton’s history.

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    Carletonian Baseball Bracket Challenge

    The leaves are falling, love is in the air, and playoff baseball is back on television.

  • Knights’ football recap

    Football gets clobbered 63-14. Maybe they'll be better in coming weeks?

  • Hart Hornor won the men's 8K race. Photo by Quinn Batten.

    Running of the Cows: Experience, Review, Lifestyle

    This Saturday, October 3rd, the cross-country meat, the Running of the Cows, assembled at our own Cowling Arboretum. The meet could not have happened on a more beautiful day or in a more confusing manner.

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    NFL Preview

    No matter what your knowledge on the NFL, here are a few key points to inflate your knowledge for this season.

  • Cross country runners. Photo by Ethan Casse Mace.

    Cross Country: Cult or just skinny and awkward?

    Every sports team on Carleton’s campus has a different personality, and as your new sports editor, I am going to try and tackle all of them. I decided to start with the team that I was once a part of and still have very close ties to: the cross country team.

  • Knight’s Time for Carleton Soccer

    Both the men and women’s soccer programs do believe this is truly their season to win it all.

  • 4th place!

    Campbell finishes Fourth in NCAA Heptathalon

    Amelia Campbell secured All-American status for the third time in her career after finishing fourth in the heptathlon at the 2015 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

  • 2015 Steeplechase national competition

    Women’s track sends Trio to NCAA Final

    Junior Amelia Campbell, senior Colette Celichowski, and Junior Ruth Steinke represented Carleton track & field aat this year's nationals.

  • 2015 Track nationals

    Hornor and Gallardo finish as All-Americans

    Hornor earned All-American recognition in the 10,000 meter run, while Cook-Gallardo's success came in the 800 meter run.

  • Men’s Track topples records and races to Fourth Place Finish

    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.