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2013 Fall Issue 7 (November 8, 2013)


  • CEO of On Time Systems Matt Ginsberg spoke about technology in the future.

    Leader in Computational Intelligence Field Matt Ginsberg Addresses Crowd (Login Required)

    “Just because you can build a better ship doesn’t mean the people will do it.”

  • "We're doing about 50% at Carleton," says heavy duty janitor Randy Peck.

    Campus Not as Environmentally Friendly as We Think (Login Required)

    Carleton’s self-proclaimed ‘greenness’ is visible everywhere on campus, from recycling and compost bins in nearly every corner, to the windmills that lie on the peripheral of campus. Lights switch off automatically. Toilets give the option of flushing with less water.

  • Carleton Ponders Online Classes (Login Required)

    With the popularity of Internet classes swiftly growing, a group of administrators is considering whether or not to shift some Carleton courses online. 

  • History professor Amna Khalid in her office.

    History Department Update (Login Required)

    The history department began a new theme this term on medicine and the environment. One major focus of the field examines the dynamic relationship between physical environments, human bodies, cultural, political, and social trends.