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  • Rotblatt

    No policy changes to Rotblatt

    Carleton’s alcohol policy is a hot topic of discussion on campus, but according to Director of Campus Activities Lee Clark, nothing will change this year, including policies regarding seventh weekend’s Rotblatt softball game.

  • Schiller makes his national TV debut

    Schiller on ColbertAs a student at Carleton in the early ’90s, Peter Gwinn (’93: Theater/Media) never got his hands on the roving bust of Johan Schiller. Now, nearly 20 years later, he can finally check that item off his to-do list. In the most visible Schiller appearance ever, the campus icon made its national TV debut last Monday night on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report.” Stephen Colbert held the familiar bust in his arms when he ended the show by saying, “In the words of Friedrich Schiller, good night.”

  • Seniors could soon see the results of the new “Engagement Wanted” program which connects alums and the parents of current students to graduating Carls.

    Engagement Wanted connects students with alumni

    Carleton has a new innovative new program, Engagement Wanted, a Career Center initiative designed to give seniors a head start on their post-graduate paths by connecting them with participating alumni and parents.

  • The Lens

    Columbia Scholastic Press Assn. awards The Lens Gold Crown

    The Lens, Carleton’s independent, student-run magazine of politics and culture, was recently awarded the Collegiate Magazine Gold Crown award from the 32nd annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA), the highest recognition possible from the institution.

  • The Wellness Center's Rhonda Meyer and Natalee Johnson

    Natalee Johnson to join midwives in Haiti

    Natalee Johnson, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Certified Nurse Midwife and Coordinator of Medical Services in Carleton’s Wellness Center, will be going to Haiti this summer with Midwives for Haiti.

  • Student bands win performance time at Battle of Bands

    Student bands Groove Factory and Menagerie took top prizes at last Friday's Battle of the Bands, earning performance slots at this year's spring concert. The almost four hour event maintained a packed dance floor at Northfield's Grand Theater.

  • College Council renews Posse Program for next five years

    Commencement 2009 PhotosOn Tuesday April 6, College Council approved the continuation of the Posse scholars program at Carleton for the next five years. The decision was unanimous and aligned with the recommendation of the Admissions and Financial Aid Committee (AFAC) that the program continue. Each year the Posse program admits between nine to twelve students from the Chicago area that are awarded full tuition scholarships to Carleton. Posse aims to specifically select under-represented students with leadership potential that might otherwise be overlooked in the selection process of elite schools.

  • Speak Up

    Three changes made to sexual misconduct policy

    The changes include an alteration of the definition of ‘consent,’ an added paragraph on the consequences of false complaints, and the addition of stalking to the definition of sexual harassment.

  • Khant Khant Kyaw '11

    Khant Khant Kyaw ’11 awarded Davis Project for Peace Grant

    Junior Khant Khant Kyaw will spend this summer traveling the world, camera in hand. Her pictures will do more than document her time abroad, though. The recipient of a 2010 Davis Projects for Peace grant, Kyaw will use photography to foster community development among youth in Burma, officially known as the Union of Myanmar.

  • Majors

    Majors, the annual breakdown

    As is Carleton tradition, April is major-declaring month for sophomores. The 478 members of the class of 2012 have committed to their academic futures and the results are in.

  • Ethics Bowl wins 3rd place

    This March, teams from colleges around the country converged in Cincinnati, Ohio to compete in the 2010 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl. Carleton’s representatives took third place, the best performance in the team’s history.

  • A sign announcing the plans for the Sallmon Administration Building greeted students on the Bald Spot on the morning of April 1.

    Oden pranks the school with Sallmon Admin. Building

    At approximately 7 a.m. Thursday of first week President Rob Oden sent out an all campus email announcing the construction of a new administration building in the middle of the Bald Spot. A critical detail, overlooked by many, was the date: April First or April Fools Day.