Writer Zach Brokaw Remembered (Login Required)
Maya Angelou said that “people will never forget how you made them feel.” Zach, we will miss you.
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.
Administration drops add/drop cards (Login Required)
As of now, students will be able to drop or add open 10-week courses online via the Hub during the first week of next term without a yellow add/drop card or signatures from instructors or advisors.
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 has been chosen to receive a grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) to cut underage drinking and drug use on campus.
Room Draw goes online, enters 21st century
“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
Debate about liability, gun safety & personal property funding, but amongst controversy, club receives funds
Student vandalism perplexes Security
The CSA budget will exceed its income for the 2014-15 academic year, according to CSA treasurer Ben Strauss ’16.
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.