Saeyoon Baik shares a recipe that showcases artisan cheese in preparation for this weekend's 2nd annual cheese tasting event by Slow Food Carleton Convivium
- Author of critically acclaimed Hmong memoir to discuss book
- Carleton’s ENTS lecture series continues with an economist’s view on climate change
- Senior Hoover Institution Fellow to present talk on democracy
- Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon spotted together in Las Vegas
Saeyoon Baik shares a recipe for Moroccan Chicken Tajine with Almond and Sultana Raisins from her Moroccan host mother on the Middle East Mosaics Program
“Exploring Organ Music” opens April 13, in honor of Messiaen
Faculty to present collaborative springtime string recital
Ashlee Simpson announces engagement to bassist Pete Wentz
New Student Week. Remember? The ice-breakers, name-games, your first college party, and…buckthorn! Whether your liked it or not, it seems that everyone has a story to tell about picking buckthorn with their group at the RiverBend Nature Center as part of “Into the Streets,” the freshman introduction to community service at Carleton.
With the warmer weather of the past weeks comes the opportunity for new types of outdoor activity. One of these activities, made possible by the slow disappearance of the ice on the Cannon River, is the sport of angling.
Last Tuesday at lunch time, finding a table in the Language and Dining Center (LDC) was much more difficult than usual. Chef Johann Becker was invited to our campus and introduced delicious dishes from his country, South Africa.
While Puxatony Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, this week in Minnesota seems to be defying his prediction and hints of spring abound if you look in the right places.
Bolstered by generous CSA funding, Carleton College Habitat for Humanity is sending 52 students on spring break trips this year.