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2010 Fall Issue 6 (October 29, 2010)

Weekly Updates

  • News Briefs

    Olaf to host community full day dance-a-thon

    Carleton to host day of the dead celebration

  • Security Blotter

    Security blotter for October 14-20

  • Caught in the ACT: a constructive corner on campus

    Located at the incredibly central and visible corner of Sayles and the Great Hall, the ACT Center is a unique and open place on Carleton’s campus that is always filled with activity and eagerness. Student Coordinators and Program Directors enjoy the comfort of the ACT office’s pleasant couches as they meet to discuss upcoming volunteer plans and programs.

  • Arb Notes: Someone set up the coyotes!

    Set up your roommate is tonight and, whether you are wondering who your roommate could have set you up with or wondering what they will think when they finally find the cookie to their milk or the Piglet to their Pooh, you might also want to take a moment to wonder about one of the potential pairings in the Arb. A den which Arboretum Director Nancy Braker found this past week suggests that there is a pair of coyotes in the area.

  • CSA Weekly Update

    CSA weekly update for Wednesday, October 27

  • Where are they now? Alumni Update

    Lan Thanh Hoang '95 is now working as a consultant to the government and private sector on residential energy efficiency programs.

  • Notes from Abroad

    Rachel Gottesman '12 is studying abroad in Denmark, and Hai Ngo '12 is studying abroad in Paris.

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