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    Sir Carl finds home in Upper Sayles

    From fund-raising at games, and alumni and CSA contributions, Jimmy Rothschild and Griffin Williams collected enough money to not only repay their expenses for buying and shipping the suit of armor, but also to cover the cost of a display case. As their long quest to install Sir Carl on campus draws to a close, both students agree that the process was worth it. “It’s a saga, certainly,” summarized Rothschild.

  • Union Street Block Party-9/05

    Get Interested: Q & A House

    One of the less publicized interest houses on campus, Q & A house, or the house of queers and allies, provides a welcoming alternative to both members of the LGBTQ community and their allies. The house’s connection with the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) has made it one of the most consistent and long-standing interest houses at Carleton.

  • Jason Reitman

    Director Jason Reitman premieres Up in the Air

    An interview with the man behind Juno and Thank You for Smoking.

  • Rob Oden

    Presidential Search Committee looks to students for guidance

    The committee is chaired by two members of the Board of Trustees, Jack Eugster ’67 and Cathy Paglia ’74, according to an announcement sent to students by the committee last Thursday. In all, 17 individuals make up the committee, including five trustees, two administrative staff members, two alumni, four faculty members and four students.

  • Mahal Burr

    Carleton students compile “Dear Friend: Letters of Peace”

    Mahal Burr ‘12, in conjunction with Children’s Culture Connection, has compiled and published a book of letters written by students at Cannon Falls School to children in Iraq titled ‘Dear Friend: Letters of Peace.’

  • Adam Karas

    Adam Karas wins Hawkinson Scholarship

    International Relations major Adam Karas ‘10, was recently announced as one of nine students nation wide to receive a Vincent L. Hawkinson Foundation scholarship. Since 1988, the scholarship has been awarded to students who show a steadfast commitment to promoting peaceful resolutions to global disputes.

  • The CMC

    Math Department offers new statistics track

    “I keep saying that the sexy job in the next 10 years will be statisticians,” Google’s chief economist Hal Varian once told The New York Times. And now, with a new statistics track available to mathematics majors, Carleton students can prepare for one of the most sought after positions in the job market.

  • Benton House

    Get Interested: Sci-fi House Bent-on fun

    The posters covering the walls of the Benton House lounge say it best. From Harry Potter to X-Files and Star Wars to 300, the interests at Science Fiction (Sci-fi) House are broad to say the least. “Sci-fi as a genre is much bigger and much cooler than people think it is,” house manager Jeff Rzeszotarski ’10 said.

  • War Works

    The War Works Exhibit: A bold look at a misrepresented war

    The War Works exhibit, the primary feature at the Carleton Art gallery until Nov. 18, invites the community to reflect and analyze the horrors of war through provocative art created by six artists.

  • Rebekah Frumkin '12

    Rebekah Frumkin ‘12 published in 2009 edition of “The Best American Nonrequired Reading”

    Rebekah Frumkin ’12 recently had her short story published as part of “The Best American” series. Frumkin’s short story, “Monster,” was selected for the 2009 edition of “The Best American Nonrequired Reading,” an annual anthology compiled by writer and McSweeney’s editor Dave Eggers and a committee of high school students.

  • Entrance to the Athenaeum

    Symposium showcases experiences abroad

    The symposium, occurring nine months after the first one held during winter term last year, gave students the opportunity to present their research, interests or reflections on a term abroad. Students, professors and members of the Off-Campus Studies Office were in attendance for one or several of the thirty-minute presentations given over the weekend.

  • Najat El Hachmi

    El Hachmi discusses multiculturalism in literature

    Najat El Hachmi, acclaimed Catalan writer, is currently on Carleton’s campus. Winner of the most prestigious award in Catalan letters, the Ramon Llull prize, El Hachmi explores issues of cultural identity and immigration in her two novels, “I, Too, Am Catalan” (2004) and “The Last Patriarch” (2008).