It’s nearing the end of October, the leaves are falling, and temperatures are dropping. That means many of the animals we would normally see in the Arb are spending a final few days in the sun and getting ready for hibernation.
Most well-to-do Indians view the Hindu caste system—in which social status is handed down from generation to generation—as a thing of the past.
Fallen leaves and dormant branches can tell if winter is coming, so look for these specific signs.
It’s Family Weekend! Show your folks the highlights of Northfield and Carleton while having quality bonding time.
And now a note from your SWAs about living in the moment, keeping life in perspective, and not stressing out too much.
The autumn colors of the trees aren’t just pretty to look at, they’re pretty cool to learn about too.
Both sides spun the truth. Who exaggerated the most?
How much protein should you be eating? To calculate your daily need of protein, multiply your weight (in lbs) by 0.37; this gives you how many grams of protein you should consume in a day.
Fall may be my favorite time of year, and October my favorite month. I love the transformation of colors that happens so quickly it’s hard to catch, the crunching of leaves while walking to class or through the Arb, the growing excitement for Halloween, and the smell in the air that can’t be explained in any other words other than crisp.
On Saturday, Sept. 22, 65 student activists from Carleton, St. Olaf, Macalester, and the Northfield and Faribault High Schools came together in the Great Hall for a full day of activism and advocacy training.
And now a note from your SWAs about keeping your stress levels in check.
Weeks have passed since the beginning of fall term, and the average Carl has long since settled into their fall routine. The Arboretum, on the other hand, is a vision of constant change.