2014 Fall Issue 4 (October 17, 2014)
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Charlie Priore, reference and instruction librarian for the sciences and ammunition expert, edited the recently published The Ammo Encyclopedia 5th edition, which is the most comprehensive reference book available on current and obsolete ammunition.
Carleton students and faculty are collaborating with local representative Suzie Nakasian and state representative David Bly to create a passenger rail service to the Twin Cities area, through the Grass Roots Transit Initiative.
Nine Carleton students participated in the national march and rally in Missouri against police brutality and racial profiling for the Ferguson October Weekend of Resistance.
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“There is no truth to the rumor that the [Northfield] Police are becoming more ‘hands-on’ at Carleton,” wrote Wayne Eisenhuth in an email early last week.
Ask Aphrodite (Login Required)
I always get drunk and hook up with this special someone on Friday nights. We don’t see each other much during daylight hours, but her parents are coming to Family Weekend and she wants me to meet them. I’m not looking to amp up our relationship; what do I do?
Thanks for your help,
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On Sunday, October 12th, the Carleton College theater season started with a whisper.
Since the beginning of fall term, a series of bright poster art has stood out on the walls of 4th Libe. This exhibit of work by Spanish cartoonist and graphic artist Miguel Brieva marks a collaboration between The Gould Library’s Art in the Library Program and the Spanish department.
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NORTHFIELD, Minn. — The Carleton College women’s soccer team absorbed its first conference loss of the campaign, falling by a 2-1 tally to Macalester College
Alicia Flatt (Sr./Walnut Creek, Calif./Carondelet) claimed a match-best 42 assists
and added 15 digs to lead the Carleton College volleyball team in a four-set win (23-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-19) over St. Catherine University Wednesday evening.
The Carleton College football team made its longest road trip of the season, playing at national No. 23 Concordia College.
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Search engines can continue to amaze, while also qualifying a bit of an online hypothesis about John Oliver, who’s now on a roll since “Last Week Tonight” started airing on HBO in the spring of this year.
If you’ve come to any CANOE open meetings this term you will have seen that the couchboat room has been stuffed full of Carls excited to sign up for trips.
It’s a simple but incomplete routine: get up, grab your tea/coffee, and maybe glance at the news before starting your day.
It seems like every day there is someone new telling us what to eat.
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Doing Distance: Should you Bother? (Login Required)
The general consensus on long distance relationships at Carleton is that most don’t
work out, with winter term and over the summer cited as the most common times to split up.
What is a Student Naturalist?
Each Friday, a short column titled, “Arb Notes,” can be found on the very last page of the Carletonian.