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2010 Winter Issue 1 (January 15, 2010)

Weekly Updates

  • News Briefs

    Lecture kicks-off campus census poster competition

  • Security Blotter

    - 9:30 p.m., a trouble alarm on the fire panel at Goodhue alerted Security to a student that had removed their smoke detector from the ceiling in their room.

  • Caught in the ACT

    The players run up and down the gym, chasing after the ball and heading to the net. Unlike a traditional soccer game, though, every player on the field has a personal coach by their side: a Carleton volunteer dedicated to increasing access to sports for Northfield youth.

  • Arb Notes: Birds of the Tundra

    As the cold air and snow set in, most birds leave for warmer climes. Even though this weather may make you feel like hibernating, there are plenty of birds to be seen, some of which are visitors from even colder and snowier places than Carleton!

  • Career Corner

    Seniors! If you didn’t make it to launch of Engagement Wanted last night, don’t worry! You can create and update your Engagement Wanted profile anytime between now and the end of the summer. The sooner you’ve created it, the more chances your profile has to connect with the right Parent or Alumni. Engagement Wanted is a quick, low-commitment, no-risk way to boost your career search.

  • Weekly Trivia Quiz

  • This Week at SUMO

    - Inglourious Basterds

    - Reservoir Dogs