Last Friday evening, Campus Security noticed a somewhat unusual visitor outside of the library sitting in one of the trees between the Bald Spot and the Library. Though security occasionally encounters unforgettable strangers who exhibit bizarre or eccentric behavior, this guest was memorable for a different reason. Klay Christianson, the security officer who spotted the visitor, recounted, “It was magnificent, with pure snowy-white wings.”
Weitz Center Celebrates New Art Exhibit with Reception and Tour.
Week of Jan. 12 - Jan. 15, 2012
Weitz Center explores culture, identity with new art exhibits
Carleton to celebrate, honor Martlin Luther King, Jr.
Security Blotter for the Week of Jan. 5 - Jan. 10, 2012
If you take a stroll in the lower Arb, you may notice the distinctive smell of freshly cut pine lingering in the air or the presence of a few ungainly stumps where stately Red and White Pines once stood. These missing trees are part of a plan to remove an entire stand of pine trees located at the edge of the prairie. If the mild winter weather persists, all of the pines may be gone before spring. But why cut down healthy, mature trees?
Week of Oct. 31 to Nov. 7, 2011
Carleton Orchestra Performs Fall Concert Nov. 11th
The Sustainability Revolving Fund is a pool of money available for funding student-proposed sustainability initiatives. The goal is to encourage and fund student sustainability initiatives.
Despite the looming marathon of late-nights and library sessions that inevitably come with finals, now that we’ve reached the end of ninth week, winter break is truly just around the corner. Most of the campus population will return home (hopefully to warmer climates).
Security Blotter for the Week of Oct. 26 to Oct. 30, 2011
Carleton College Hosts Screening of Documentary Film, “Troubled Waters”
Acclaimed Documentary “Miss Representation” Coming to Carleton
“Haiti’s Struggle for Justice and Food Sovereignty”