Drug & Alcohol Task Force finishes revisions (Login Required)
Zosie Sandell’s suspension for drug possession during fall term sparked criticism of Carleton’s drug and alcohol policies. A group of students, faculty and staff formed to help streamline the policy.
Squeezed Allocations due to T-Pain (Login Required)
Spring concert, in total, cost roughly $90,000, a figure reflecting the cost of set-up and of the bands themselves. This was roughly $30,000 over what the CSA had budgeted.
Carleton wins MN alcohol & drug grant (Login Required)
Carleton has been chosen to receive a grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) to cut underage drinking and drug use on campus.
Students draw into cyber- space (Login Required)
Room Draw goes online, enters 21st century
Air horn in CSA jars senators (Login Required)
“It’s creating a space where people are no longer safe to exercise power they might have over others because of their gender and race. If that makes people feel unsafe, then I guess people ought to feel unsafe a little more often.” --David Atkinson ’15
Trapshooting club gets the bucks (Login Required)
Debate about liability, gun safety & personal property funding, but amongst controversy, club receives funds
Graffiti vandals deface campus (Login Required)
Student vandalism perplexes Security
CSA expects to run budget deficit (Login Required)
The CSA budget will exceed its income for the 2014-15 academic year, according to CSA treasurer Ben Strauss ’16.
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.
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.
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.
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.