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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • West campus water incidents unrelated (Login Required)

    Twice in the last two weeks, Carleton experienced major malfunctions in its campus water service. The first was a “valve malfunction on the campus water softener,” and two days later students were alerted of a “water emergency on the West side of campus.”

  • CSA reps ponder upcoming election (Login Required)

    The Carleton Student Associations (CSA) is preparing for sixth week’s upcoming elections, which will feature both executive and senator positions on the ballot. Candidates will run for President, Vice President, Treasurer, and class representatives.

  • “Minor” changes to academic offerings (Login Required)

    The question comes to mind: Why does Carleton not offer academic minors when minoring is popular at most institutions?

  • The tunnel

    Tunnel a “clunky labyrinth” (Login Required)

    Seniors feel the Tunnel’s complicated nature does not ease the already painful process of finding a post-graduate career. The Tunnel has such an abstruse design that it actually discourages some from even using it.

  • View - Meet your classmates

    Ambitious app creates new View on social networking (Login Required)

    New app unveiled at Carleton uses GPS technology to physically connect students

  • Divest Carletonian

    Board of Trustees reject divestment (Login Required)

    “While respecting CRIC’s and others’ views on this matter... the Board does not support your Committee’s divestment recommendation and has voted not to divest,” Eugster wrote.

  • Dean Livingston unveils discussion groups to improve campus climate (Login Required)

    We want to, as a community, provide a forum for people to be heard ... if we don’t talk about this as a community then we really haven’t fulfilled our responsibility as an academic community.”