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  • Rumors sparked discussions about the role of interest houses in student life.

    Cultural house partying seeds sub-free rumors (Login Required)

    Rumors that Freedom House (Williams House) and La Casa del Sol (Hunt Cottage) were to be converted into sub-free interest houses recently sparked outrage among various communities on campus.

  • The winning project was a program dedicated to helping colorblind people interact with the Internet.

    Large prizes, little sleep (Login Required)

    Carleton’s first hackathon, 36 hours later. At a hackathon, within 36 sleepless hours, a group of students work to solve any issue that interests them, using coding. Hackathons happen all around the globe.

  • Voting about voting, Senate bylaws change (Login Required)

    To increase clarity and efficiency, the CSA Senate has spent the term updating its bylaws in order to make its funds and services more accessible to students.

  • Big Spender: Spring als doles out 600 grand (Login Required)

    Last Saturday, 14 students met in Sayles 251 at 9am, closed the doors and did not leave until 5:30 p.m. Their task was to budget $577,000 of CSA funds for the 2015-2016 academic year.

  • Goat House goes down (Login Required)

    Feeling bullied? Police, security and student relations at Carleton.

  • Burton vending machine

    Snack swiper vandalizes Burton vending (Login Required)

    Between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, April 21 – April 22, one or more Carleton students broke into the vending machine on the ground floor of Burton Hall.

  • NSA visit triggers career ethics debate (Login Required)

    On Tuesday, April 7th, the National Security Agency held an informational session for students interested in potential employment in the agency, triggering a debate about ethical employers and free speech on campus.

  • Eight Carls score coveted Fulbright fellowships, adventures abroad (Login Required)

    This year, seven Carleton seniors and one recent alumni of Carleton were awarded English Teaching Assistant Grants (ETAs).

  • Matt Cotter ’16 and Ken Schiller ’15, DevX board members pose after a CarlHacks planning meeting.

    Carleton CompSci pioneers gender equality in tech world (Login Required)

    Those in Carleton’s computer science community are taking new strides to combat stereotypes and advocate for inclusiveness in the tech world.

  • A student completes work using Online learning initiative, an interactive textbook.

    Professors venture into virtual classrooms (Login Required)

    Carleton professors are increasingly using a variety of online resources to enhance their courses.

  • Crash survivor charged with misdemeanor (Login Required)

    Will Sparks ‘16, whose SUV was struck by a semi truck last winter killing three of his passengers, was charged with reckless driving April 10 in Dakota County District Court.

  • 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.