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  • Divest initiative remains mired in politics (Login Required)

    In a recent report, the board of trustees rejected the Carleton Responsible Investment Committee’s (CRIC) call for a task force and study on the feasibility of fossil fuel divestment.

  • Students reflect on legacy of Professor Zhao (Login Required)

    Tai Chi professor remembered for passion, values. 

  • 440 students voted in favor of new basketball courts during the winter term CSA elections.

    Students vote for $30,000 basketball court (Login Required)

    The CSA Senate voted March 2 to raise the threshold of student support required for an initiative to pass, from one-sixth of the student body to one-fifth.

  • Carls create new app for student-alumni networking (Login Required)

    Homi is a networking platform for college students. It fosters mentor-mentee relationships between undergraduates and alumni.

  • St. Olaf baseball banned for season (Login Required)

    After a hazing incident three weeks ago, St. Olaf’s baseball team was suspended for the season.

  • Some students do Ferpa stuff (Login Required)

    Since January, hundreds of college students have requested their admissions records, with help from a recently popularized section of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974.

  • Indigenous students start new cultural club (Login Required)

    Students have come together to form a space for something they perceieve is lacking on campus: a place for the sharing of indigenous voices, cultures, and pride.

  • Faculty alums recall frisbee laughs and the middle class (Login Required)

    While most Carls who graduate manage to escape the tundra-like confines of Northfield, Minnesota, a special few continue to call Carleton College home.

  • New keys, same cold (Login Required)

    With temperatures regularly dipping well below zero overnight, getting locked out in the cold is a scary prospect – particularly as Carls, burdened with end-of-term assignments, stagger home later and later at night.

  • Club Tennis serves Valley City for Natl. Bid (Login Required)

    Last weekend the Carleton Club Tennis team traveled to Lakeville, MN to attend sectionals, that would deteremine which teams would advance ton Nationals.

  • Petition circulates to give students free break housing (Login Required)

    Kathleen George ’16 started a petition on that asked Carleton to provide housing to students who do not have a safe home over break.

  • New CSA President Marielle Foster '16

    As president elect, Foster to reform drug policy (Login Required)

    When CSA polls closed Sunday night, Marielle Foster ‘16 became the CSA’s next president-elect. Succeeding Becca Giles ’15, she is the second consecutive female CSA president, and the second vice-president to ever ascend to the presidency.