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2015 Winter Issue 3 (January 30, 2015)

    • Alumni spearhead divestment effort (Login Required)

      To pressure the College to divest from fossil fuel companies, Divest Carleton, a network of alumni, are collecting signatures and working with students and faculty to gather support for divestment.

    • CSA race remarks stir OAC (Login Required)

      A recent post on Overheard at Carleton has roused several students, who are concerned about diversity on the CSA Senate.

    • New case challenges sexual assault policy (Login Required)

      In light of recent federal regulation changes, Carleton rewrote its sexual misconduct policy and revealed its new policy at a forum sponsored by CAASHA and the Title IX lead team Wednesday evening.

    • After Malt-o-Meal sale, fear mixes with optimism (Login Required)

      According to legend, John Campbell founded Malt-O-Meal’s Northfield plant with $900 he won in a poker match.

    • Cow Talks cancelled in wake of brouhaha (Login Required)

      The Contented Cow has canceled a series of talks by James Fetzer, an alleged Holocaust denier, according to an email from Diane Burry, a co-owner of the Contented Cow.

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    • Carleton data storage, demystified (Login Required)

      Over the course of four years, Carleton’s administrative offices collect an astonishing amount of data from its students.

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    • “Aliens” to land at Little Nourse sixth weekend (Login Required)

      “Aliens” by Annie Baker, an ETB show directed by senior Carleton theatre veteran Bethany McHugh will grace the stage sixth weekend.

    • Film fest gives activism new stage (Login Required)

      Thirty-three Carleton and St. Olaf students spent last Friday night at the Paradise Center for the Arts in Fairbault to see an environmental film festival. The Wild and Scenic Film Festival is an annual event screened in locations around the country.

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