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2013 Fall Issue 7 (November 8, 2013)


  • CUT Me a Break: A Reply to Goodgame and Halloran

    This past week, my article in issue six of the Carletonian was the subject of criticisms by Maddy Halloran and Michael Goodgame.  They argued that I had no evidence for my views, which were not only false and unfair to CUT, but (as Mr. Goodgame charges) downright “hateful” and “spiteful.”  I concede that I ought to have more clearly referenced my sources in the piece. 

  • What the Modern Relationship Should Be

    Everyone wants to be loved. It’s as simple as that. While mulling over this week’s Viewpoint topic, I couldn’t come up with anything clever or witty to say. No matter how hard I tried, it just ended up sounding cheesy.

  • Dating at Carleton: Why Doesn’t it Exist?

    If a stranger on the street asked me about the dating culture at Carleton, I’d likely tilt my head, squint my eyes and let out a long, uncertain “um”--because the fact remains: I don’t sense that there even is an overwhelming dating culture at Carleton.

  • "Love" and Other Ambiguous "Things"

    So for the first time this term we have more space in the Viewpoint than we have articles to plop in (I’ll cut y’all some slack given the 8th week workload you probably have…), which means I guess I’ve got an hour and a half to come up with 800 words on a topic I’m hilariously unqualified to write about: the Carleton hook-up/dating scene. Should be fun.