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2010 Winter Issue 6 (February 19, 2010)

Weekly Updates

  • SWArticle: SAD

    Many students begin feeling down when winter hits. About 10% of northern state residents struggle with full-blown Seasonal Affective Disorder, while an additional 30% deal with a lower-grade version.

  • This Week at SUMO

    The Deer Hunter and The Hurt Locker

  • The Career Corner: Where do I go for help?

    You know in the back of your mind that you need to update that resume, find a summer job, and just stop by the Career Center someday. But when are you going to do that? And where do you go? The Career Center has the resources to meet our individual needs.

  • Security Blotter

    6:50 p.m., a stay off Carleton College property letter was issued to 38 year-old male

    Safety Tip: Be very careful when meeting someone online...

  • Caught in the ACT: Civic Engagement Series Panel next week

    On Tuesday, Feb. 23, from 12-1 pm in the Great Hall, the ACT Center will be hosting a panel with a catered Mediterranean lunch with various speakers from the Northfield Community.

  • Arb Notes

    Arb director Nancy Braker has set out to define the future desired condition of the Arb on a large scale and how that condition may be achieved.  Here are some ways that the Arb landscape may change over the long term.

  • News Briefs

    -Art History lecture highlights North Africa’s impact on Renaissance Italy

    -Carleton Players to present Tony Kushner’s Drama, Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches