2016 Spring Issue 8 (May 27, 2016)
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"Campus Update on Sexual Misconduct" email sparks campus discussion (Login Required)
Senator impeached for missed meetings (Login Required)
"As mandated by CSA bylaws, a Senator with three absences undergoes an automatic hearing and subsequent impeachment vote. The Senator is removed from CSA if two thirds of Senators vote for impeachment."
Class of 2020 yield largest in Carleton history (Login Required)
"The talents and skills represented are wonderful, and there is even a small uptick in quality by all the standard measures. I can’t complain about the group we have coming in, so we do have the issue of a larger class but wonderful other effects coming with it of probably one of the most diverse classes."
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The 1929 Algol controversy (Login Required)
Visiting English profs bring new perspectives (Login Required)
"The English major is not only a precursor to grad school but [also to] a whole range of careers where you use language and literary skills. We want to bring people from these diverse fields to our department."
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This is What Sticks: a real look at youth anxiety (Login Required)
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Senior Spotlight: Hayden Tsutsui (Login Required)
Four Knights rack up regional awards on the track (Login Required)
"The Carleton College track and field programs took home four of the eight Central Region awards."
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Former editor-in-chief reflects on her Carleton experience (Login Required)
Carleton: a user's guide (Login Required)
"Just go out there and give it a shot. Carleton traditions are there for a reason, and even if it sounds stupid I assure you that you’ll have more fun out there throwing yourself down a hill on a tray than you will inside the library."
It's been real, and it's been fun... (Login Required)
"It would be a lie to say that these past four years have floated by like a lovely dream. It would be equally disingenuous to laugh off the drama, the squabbles, and the sleepless nights as rattling and banging inside one very expensive playpen. The challenges we faced were real enough at the time, and we overcame them. More important, we were earnest about it."
Dining hall decisions (Login Required)
"Dining hall conversations certainly are a valuable part of the college experience. They’re a great chance to meet new people and to learn from your peers. However, reducing the minimum meal plan requirements would also offer benefits."
Carleton and the real world (Login Required)
"Being happy at Carleton for me has been finding a balance between sitting in Sayles and talking to random passerbys, and having tough jobs and interesting problems which keep me engaged and invested."
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Group projects you actually want to be a part of (Login Required)
Horoscope: What is your fate for 10th week? (Login Required)
Check out this horoscope so you know exactly how finals week will go.
Prairie in a corn maze (Login Required)
"Head 15 minutes out of Northfield in any direction and you’ll find sprouting cornfields stretching to the horizon like a woven blanket. The United States grows 40% of the world’s corn."
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