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  • Acclaimed author to sign book at Northfield Arts Guild

    Critically acclaimed writer Michael Perry will read from and sign copies of his new book, “Coop: A Year of Poultry, Pigs and Parenting,” at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 5, at the Northfield Arts Guild. The event, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by Monkey See, Monkey Read bookstore.

  • Carleton to play Macalester in college’s first cricket match

    Cricket is a popular sport in South Asia where each child is brought up on a regular fare of some Sachin Tendulkar and Brett Lee. This trend has migrated to Carleton with the growing influx of international students who thrive on the game. Carleton’s cricket team is slated to play its first intercollegiate match in four years against Macalester College this Saturday. Petra Crosby, Director of International Students, arranged this match.

  • Acclaimed Chiara string quartet to perform Friday night in Concert Hall

    The soaring sounds of the internationally-acclaimed Chiara String Quartet will be heard on Friday, April 24 beginning at 8 p.m. in the Carleton Concert Hall. Performing the works of composer Jefferson Friedman, this not-to-be-missed performance is free and open to the public.

  • Carleton alum Katie Visco.

    Carleton alum vies to be youngest women to run across United States

    When most people say they run cross country, they mean 3.2 miles on a closed course. But not for Carleton alumna Katie Visco (’07), a former track and field runner who is en route to becoming the youngest woman to run 3,200 miles across America.

  • Ted Falk.

    Carleton student wins Watson Fellowship

    Ted Falk ’09, history major, has won the Watson Fellowship and will travel to Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco next year.

  • Seniors could soon see the results of the new “Engagement Wanted” program which connects alums and the parents of current students to graduating Carls.

    Career Center launches “Engagement Wanted” to help graduating seniors

    Carleton seniors can rest easier thanks to a recent program deemed, “Engagement Wanted.” Developed by the Career Center, the program provides the Class of 2009 with a new, interactive form of job-hunting in a job-stripped economy.

  • The Cave

    Task Force considering changes to The Cave

    Last Tuesday, The Cave Task Force held its first meeting to discuss improvements to The Cave and its current operations. While the committee was originally formed to discuss potential changes to the 3.2% liquor license, the committee will also address the student body’s overall satisfaction with The Cave.

    The task force is comprised of a diverse group of representatives, including the three student managers who run The Cave, two members of the Social Programming Board, two members of the KRLX Board of Directors, two Campus Activities Programming Assistants, two CSA senators, and two Students-at-Large. Initiator of the task force and CSA senator Evan Rowe ’09 said, “The goal of this committee is to make The Cave as good as it can be and it will be a collaborative process.”

  • Bon Apetite to serve “low carbon diet” to celebrate Earth Day

    To celebrate Earth Day next Wednesday, Bon Appetit will be serving foods that are considered part of a “lowcarbon diet.”

  • Baseball authors to discuss, read from books next week

    Award-winning baseball authors Stew Thornley and Dan Levitt will read from, discuss and sign copies of their books at 4 p.m., Monday, April 20, in the Gould Library Athenaeum on the Carleton College campus.

  • Lee Clark, Carleton’s new Director of Campus Activities.

    Carleton hires Clark as new Director of Campus Activities

    Lee Clark, Carleton’s new Director of Campus Activities, has not had long to adjust to Carleton life, this being his second Tuesday on campus, but already he said, “the students are all so engaging. They are passionate students. They really care about their experience in and outside of the class room."

    Prior to coming to Carleton, Clark’s interest in working in student life began as an undergraduate at the University of Maryland College where he worked in student activities, Res Life, and student government. He continued on to graduate from Frostburg State University, where he received a degree in communications. He then attended graduate school at Indiana University of Pennsylvania for a degree in student affairs and higher education. He is currently a doctoral student at the University of Montana working on an educational leadership and law degree.

  • Despite difficult economy, Carleton admissions policies unchanged

    Precipitous drops in the stock markets in the US have caused extreme decreases in college and university endowments that allow those schools to operate.

  • Dr. Nate S. Lewis speaks on renewable energy.

    Carleton hosts talk by renewable energy expert

    Last Thursday, Dr. Nate S. Lewis, George L. Argyros Professor of Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology, lectured to the Carleton community on the pressing needs and challenges of renewable energy technologies.