2012 Winter Issue 7 (February 24, 2012)
Though the weather may not be fully cooperating, this year’s Spring Concert committee is gearing up as they plan the campus’s biggest and most popular student event of the year. Student Activities released the list of potential headliners yesterday, with students able to vote on their favorite until this Tuesday.
In ongoing strategic planning process, group plots future of Carleton curriculum and student research
As part of Carleton’s Strategic Planning review process, thirteen working groups have been addressing issues facing the College since fall term. The Carletonian continues to speak with the working groups about their tasks and goals for improvements over the next ten years.
- Last Wednesday, the Carleton Student Association held the debates for the 2012 CSA Senate elections. A total of 15 candidates spoke at the debates, stating their platforms, answering questions and presenting their ideas for changes they hope to enact if appointed.
The whale was made by members of the ninth grade members of Stepping Up Into Science at Northfield High School. The project helped students learn about various scientific concepts, such as air pressure, diagrams, measuring techniques, and whale biology.
While comps is a universal requirement at Carleton – serving not only as a capstone, but also as a way of preparing for the “real world” – each person’s experience tends to be unique.
Miari himself, jumps backand forth between the past, mired in memories of his inherently contradictory heritage, and the problems anticipated in the future once he and his Jewish-American fiancée are married.
Joel Salatin, farmer, author and owner of Polyface Farm, opened his convocation speech last Friday by expressing his distress with current times. Salatin first shot to fame when featured in Michael Pollan’s 2006 bestselling book “The Omnivore’s Dilemma."