- April 13, 2014
V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls that raises funds and awareness through benefit productions of Playwright/Founder Eve Ensler's award-winning play, The Vagina Monologues. Carleton presented its annual performance of The Vagina Monologues on Saturday to a full audience. It contained many powerful narratives--some funny, some heartbreaking. Student photographer, Maria Kjellstrand '15, was on hand to capture the event.
- September 17, 2014
You've heard about the class of 2018, now see some of the different skills and talents they bring to Carleton through this handy infographic.
- February 25, 2014
This weekend marked the beginning of a series of end-of-term theater events. The Carleton Players presented their winter production, "Machinal," a play written by American playwright and journalist Sophie Treadwell, inspired by a real life case. Stay tuned for more upcoming showings this week (tickets can be reserved at https://carleton.tixato.com/buy). Photos by Nina Shapiro '14.
On Saturday, The Carleton Director of the Arts and the Humanities Center in collaboration with the MINNESOTA HUMANITIES CENTER presented The Telling Project, a powerful performance about veterans' experiences. Photos by Maria Kjellstrand '15.
- February 5, 2014
This weekend, The Cave featured performances by a number of student bands. Carls came out to dance and cheer on their peers as they jammed onstage. Student photographer, Shamir Kansakar '14 was on hand to capture the event.
- February 4, 2014
When he's not assisting faculty members to secure funding for their academic research activities, associate director of corporate and foundation relations Christopher Tassava pursues his passion for bicycling all year long. It's his almost-obsessive dedication to the sport that inspired Tassava to recently attempt the infamous Arrowhead 135, a grueling 135-mile race from International Falls, Minn. (one of the coldest spots in the United States) to Tower, Minn.
- February 3, 2014
This weekend, student dancers leaped, twirled, and grooved to student-choreographed pieces in the Ebony II performance that happens each term. Check out photos by student photographer, Maria Kjellstrand here.
- February 2, 2014
This term, the Perlman Teaching Museum in the Weitz Center for Creativity presents "Lifeloggers: Chronicling the Everyday." The exhibit features the works of twelve artists: Stephen Cartwright, Leona Christie, Jennifer Dalton, Elise Engler, Richard Garrison, Katie Lewis, Nathalie Miebach, Madelyn Roehrig, Clive Smith, Suzanne Szucs, Renato Umali, and Jorinde Voigt. Student photographer, Shamir Kansakar gives a sneak preview of the exhibit. Stop by the Perlman Teaching Museum and check it out! Exhibit runs January 17-March 12, 2014.
- December 31, 2013
With 2013 coming to close, we recap the top stories, chosen by your visits to our website, of the past 12 months. From renowned professors' passing away to a new collaboration with St. Olaf to a high-profile author giving a lecture on censorship, we take a look at what you viewed over the past year.
- November 26, 2013
This fall, the Carleton Orchestra, directed by Hector Valdivia, performed a number of pieces: Wagner’s Rienzi Overture, Schulhoff’s Suite, Op. 37, Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony, and Strauss’ Dance of the Seven Veils. Student photographer, Maria Kjellstrand, captured the event.
- November 12, 2013
This weekend, Semaphore, Carleton's Repertory Dance Company, presented their annual concert. Semaphore provides advanced dance students with the opportunity to hone their skills, develop as performers, and participate in professional-level dances. This concert featured student-choreographed work along with other pieces. Student photographer, Nina Shapiro, was on hand to capture the event.
- November 2, 2013
Halloween was on Thursday, but the festivities continued throughout the weekend all over campus. Administrative offices competed for the best decorations, student clubs sponsored pumpkin carving, apple donut-making, and other Halloween-related treats at Sayles Hill, the Rec Center opened its doors to families and offered a variety of fun Halloween activities, the Carleton Players opened their rendition of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, directed by Ruth Weiner, on Halloween night, and Día de los Muertos was celebrated in the Great hall. Photographers, Shamir Kansakar and Maria Kjellstrand were on hand to capture the events.
- October 27, 2013
TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is all about "ideas worth sharing," and the event at Carleton was an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to share their great ideas with the world. The theme for this year's conference was "The U in Us" and sought to foster conversation about the individual stories, ideas, and talents that make up the Carleton and local community.