2013 Winter Issue 1 (January 18, 2013)
For the seventh year in a row, Carleton student-athletes participated in the Ted Mullin Hour of Power for Sarcoma Research, an hour-long relay swim designed to commemorate former Carleton student Edward “Ted” Mullin, who passed away from synovial cell sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, in 2006.
Visitors to the Northfield Arts Guild will find it transformed into a new space for modern art exploration.
Last week’s main event, La Serva Padrona (“The Maid as Mistress”) was the first in what will hopefully be a long succession of performances under the sleek new billing “Opera at the Weitz.”
Carleton students who are returning to campus this winter term agree that studying in another country is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
More than 140 high school seniors were accepted to the class of 2017 on Dec. 15 in Carleton’s first round of early decision admissions.
Beneath all the numbers is the underlying issue of trust, and last week’s convocation speaker Ronald Henkoff presented on the systemic lack of trust in American banking.
It is a common assumption amongst Carleton students that Northfield is a sleepy and idyllic small town, safe and free of crime.
Ancient paintings, modern Chinese artists, and ink are on display for all to see in a beautiful new exhibit of Chinese paintings exhibited in the Perlman Museum.
Is the new Evans still the party dorm? After less than three weeks in existence, the question is far from being resolved.