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  • Wellstone House of Organization and Activism

    Get interested: Wellstone House

    In the Carleton community, activism is a way of life. From po­­­litical campaigning to social activism, Carls use numerous student organizations to get involved at both the local and international level. One resource for students seeking to improve their community is WHOA, the Wellstone House of Organization and Activism.

  • The Lens

    The Lens receives Gold Medalist ranking from CSPA

    The Lens Magazine, an independent magazine of politics and culture run by students of Carleton College, recently received the Gold Medalist ranking from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The Lens is an interdisciplinary magazine published bi-annually, featuring the works of over 85 Carleton students.

  • Open Access Logo

    Carls take action in support of Open Access

    Colleges across the country and world this past week sounded the call for making online academic articles more accessible to students and professors. Though it has remained a behind-the-scenes conversation, Open Access is being discussed on campus as well. The basic principle behind Open Access is a switch from a pay-to-read model to a pay-to-publish model that makes articles free to all those who wish to access them.

  • Diwali Celebration 2009, Great Hall

    Co-founder of Hindu American Foundation at Diwali celebration

    The religious and cultural event was marked by scented candles, prayers, spicy curries, classical Indian dances and elegant traditional outfits. Ms. Suhag A. Shukla, the co-founder of the Hindu American Foundation, was welcomed to light the ‘diya,’ the lamp and to acquaint the students and visitors with the meaning and history of Diwali.

  • Downtown Northfield

    Issues of land ownership in the Northfield area­­

    The city of Northfield may receive up to nine acres of land for less than the cost of a donut at Sayles-Hill. A Northfield family, the Gleasons, have offered to sell between 6.94 and 9 acres of land for $1 to build a new fire and/or police headquarters.

  • Contra Dancing

    Northfield Contra Dance is something to stomp about

    Have you longed for a Carleton dance that doesn’t feature midnight topless-ness? There’s no need to “say a little prayer” for more tasteful Sayles dance decorum—Friday’s 3rd Annual Northfield Harvest Stomp contra dance promises to be an evening of (fully-dressed) line dancing and rollicking live folk music.

  • Najat El Hachmi

    Award-winning Catalan author to visit Carleton

    The Carleton Spanish Department, in conjunction with the Distinguished Woman’s Fund, invites all Carleton students and faculty to a talk by critically acclaimed Catalan writer Najat El Hachmi this Friday, Oct. 30 at 5:00 p.m. in the Gould Library Athenaeum.

  • Asia Hs. Residents: '05-'06

    Get Interested: an Asian diaspora

    Interest houses form an integral part of the community for people to gather and share a passion or cause or just get together over conversation on themes of interest. Asia House is one such interest house, where students involved in aspects of Asian culture get to live in Hunt cottage and host cultural events open to the community at large.

  • Annual Trick-or-Treat for Canned Goods coming up

    Each year on Halloween, groups of Carleton students flood the well-lit Northfield streets in their hilarious costumes, knocking on doors for canned goods. The event, Trick or Treat for Canned Goods, has become an annual tradition sponsored by Carleton’s chapter of Mortar Board.

  • ETB

    Experimenal Theater Board performs one-acts by David Ives

    Under the direction of Lee Conrads ’12 and Sam Dunnewold ’12, Experimental Theater Board’s (ETB) performance of David Ives’ one-acts last weekend covered the concepts of love and dating, artistic creativity and writing, and miniature golf. Each short play used an unusual and clever conceit to explore universal themes, creating a series of shaper vignettes, which all together lasted under one hour.

  • LGBTQ in Washington

    Marching for equality in Washington, D.C.

    Over fourth weekend the student organization Sexuality and Gender Activism (SAGA) sent four Carleton students to join the thousands of people from all over the country and from all walks of life who marched in Washington, D.C. in support of equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) community (LGBTQ).

  • CEDI addresses challenges from campus climate survey

    Back in April 2008, 1523 members of our Carleton community took the Campus Climate Survey administered by the Diversity Initiative Group (DIG) and our consultant Rankin & Associates. The results of the 100 question survey found that many respondents spoke positively about campus climate and expressed an overall appreciation and excitement for initiatives such as the Campus Climate Survey.