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  • Jackson Van Fleet's Waste Guide

    Green Groups Hope New Initiative Will Cut Waste

    Among the groups on campus working to reduce waste and create a culture of sustainability are: the Waste Monitors, student custodians who monitor the degree of contamination in the waste bins, and the Food Recovery Network, students who transport uneaten dining hall food (which would otherwise go to the garbage) to people in need. This year, both groups are expanding their operations.

  • Professor Tape poses outside the Weitz Center

    Perlman Museum Takes the Plunge with New Arctic Exhibit

    There have been heated debates on whether global warming is hap- pening or not for the past few decades. Ken Tape’s “Then and Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape,” an exhibition displayed at the Kaemmer Family Gallery of the Perlman Teaching Museum at the Weitz Center from September 19th to November 19th, has an concre- teanswer.

  • Reusable Cups

    Missing Wares Plague Cups Initiative

    As a result of last spring’s CSA elections, Carls voted to replace the compostable take-out cups in the dining hall with reusable cups. But students have not been returning the cups, cast- ing doubt upon the new system.

  • Hudlin Wagner announces retirement

    A longtime advocate for minority students, Hudlin Wagner has announced she will retire at the end of this school year, after 25 years as a Carleton administrator.

  • Sandell's Expulsion Prompts Amnesty Debate

    The evening of Sunday, September 15th, sophomore Zosie Sandell and five other Carleton students—including her roommate, fellow sophomore Zach Leonard—entered the Arb to take LSD.

  • Kyle Schiller

    ErotiCarl: Schiller ‘17 Starts Thrust-ing (Login Required)

    You may know him as the “robe guy,” but Kyle Schiller ’17 has much more going for him than his unconventional wardrobe choices. He is, among other things, a thespian, a writer, a Mock Trial lawyer, a foodie, an anime enthusiast, and a connoisseur of French culture.

  • Spring Concert 2014

    Interview with St. Lucia (Login Required)

    St. Lucia’s front man, Jean-Philip Grobler, had recently finished an almost two-hour sound check Saturday afternoon when he agreed to sit for an interview with The Carletonian and KRLX.

  • Spring Concert 2014

    Spring Concert Successful Despite Initial Student Kvetching (Login Required)

    Clouds of aerosol sunscreen drifted behind the Rec Center Saturday afternoon as shirtless students chased frisbees and shotgunned cans of beer in preparation for the 33rd annual Spring Concert.

  • Eat The Lawn

    “Eat the Lawn” Uproots, Headed for New Location (Login Required)

    Located outside Laird Hall, Eat the Lawn, Carleton’s edible garden landscape, is relocating. Why is it being moved, and what effect will the change have on the garden?

  • Poll of Ninety Seniors Reveals Some Have Jobs (Login Required)

    The school year is coming to a rapid close and with that the 2014 seniors are being forced out of the comfort of the Carleton bubble and into the real world. This week, I randomly polled 90 of those graduating seniors to see what their plans were for next year.

  • Rotblatt 147.

    Leading Rotblatt Historian Talks with ‘tonian (Login Required)

    “It is certainly fair to say the Rotblatt means something special to many of the guys who play it, more than just a chance to hit a softball,” wrote Senior Commissioner and League History Don Rawitsch ’72 in his A Definitive History of the Marvin J. Rotblatt Memorial Softball League.

  • The World of Brecht in Little Nourse (Login Required)

    We all know Nourse Little Theater as the janky student-run theater where ETB shows and the comedy groups perform. In outward appearance and functionality it can’t hold a candle to the three-year-old Weitz Theater – with its seats that sometimes fall apart when sat in and the mysterious holes in the stage. But what Lil’Nourse does have is history.