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  • Pamphlets adorn the walls of the new SWA office, located in the Wellness Center.

    Changes made to SWA program

    SWA stalls are a Carleton institution, and even this early in the fall their question sheets are filling up. Although the SWA stalls, the question sheets, and the pamphlets have not changed, the SWA program as a whole has undergone a major overhaul.

  • Rice House lock

    Res Life adds locks to off-campus interest houses

    This fall Carleton began the new locked door policy for interest and institutional housing.  Last year, depending on the houses, most doors were left unlocked mainly with the intent to provide all Carleton students access.  The switch occurred during the summer.

  • Eat Local Challenge

    Bon Appetit to host “Eat Local Challenge” with focus on local produce

    How locally do you eat? If you are an average American, your food most likely travels between 1,500 miles and 2,500 miles before it reaches your plate, according to the Worldwatch Institute. However, on Sept. 28th, Carleton students can do their part to change this.

  • ACT Center

    Caught in the ACT: Food Shelf

    Last winter, the ACT Center presented its annual Civic Engagement Series on an increasingly relevant and always fascinating topic: food. The series explored food from all angles, looking at the local vs. organic debate, poverty and hunger, alumni careers in food, etc.

  • Speak Up

    SpeakUp aims to spread awareness, encourage support

    Sharing blankets and lighting candles as daylight faded on the Bald Spot, students gathered outdoors last Thursday evening for the GSC’s annual SpeakUp event. Our collective act of listening says, ‘Not on our campus,’ as effectively as any spoken word,” Edelstein said.

  • Spring Concert

    Brother Ali headlines Spring Concert

    Last Saturday was Carleton’s annual Spring Concert. Brother Ali was the headliner of the event. Other musical acts that performed throughout the day included Helio Sequence, Tapes ‘n Tapes, Roma di Luna and Radio Moscow and students bands and DJs.

  • Carleton says goodbye to Rob Oden with reception on Bald Spot

    President OdenWhen you search Carleton's online data-management program for shared photos with "Oden" in the title, there are well over 500 photos. Granted, most of them are of him fly-fishing, and one of them is of the Japanese winter dish, not related to our outgoing president. In any case, we thought we'd share a few of our favorites.

     

     

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  • Day 1 of the sale

    Lighten Up garage sale to benefit local non-profits

    Need a fan to combat next year’s heat wave? Perhaps something to make your Musser double a little more aesthetically pleasing? Come to Carleton’s tenth annual Lighten Up garage sale on Thursday, June 17 and Friday the 18 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • The Multicultural Block Party

    Multicultural Senior Celebration revamped

    Two years ago, a group of multicultural students of the class of 2008 decided that they wanted to have an entirely separate graduation to honor their successful navigation of Carleton’s rigorous academic and social settings.

  • President Robert A. Oden Jr.

    Oden delivers annual Honors Day Convocation address

    With plans to retire at the end of this academic year, Robert A. Oden Jr., the tenth president of Carleton College, will preside over his final Honors Day Convocation on Friday, May 28 at 3 p.m. in the Skinner Memorial Chapel. An esteemed professor of religion, Oden will deliver a keynote address entitled “Listening to Ancient Voices.”

  • Arcadia is about a group of characters trying to understand the history of a family that lived in their house a hundred years ago.

    Arcadia: Traveling to the past on stage

    From May 20 to May 22, the members of the Experimental Theatre Board brought to life a play by Tom Stoppard in Little Nourse Theatre, in which the past and the present merge, imagination challenges science and the timelessness of love is emphasized.

  • Independent People

    Carleton Players challenge audience in Independent People

    Though Iceland has been in the news recently due to its economic crisis and the volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajokull, this North Atlantic European island generally does not receive much attention in the States. However, this changed last weekend for Carleton students with the performance of Eva Barr and John Musial’s adaptation of Halldór Laxness’s epic novel, Independent People.