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Photo Feature: Week in Pictures Oct. 6 - Oct. 12

  • Carleton Cheerboys celebrate a touchdown at the Homecoming football game.Carleton Cheerboys celebrate a touchdown at the Homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Dylan Gessner celebrates a victoryDylan Gessner (44) celebrates in the closing seconds of the homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Carleton CheerboysCarleton cheerboys fired up at the homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Steve Ramey celebratesSteve Ramey (35) celebrates with a teammate during the homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Drew ZillerDrew Ziller celebrates a touchdown during the homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Jon LienRunning back Jon Lien fights off a tackle during the homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Kilian MurphyRunning back Kilian Murphy sprints upfield during the homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Carleton Cheerboys at the Homecoming football game.Carleton Cheerboys root on the football team at the Homecoming game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation.

  • Carleton Cheerboys at the Homecoming football game.Carleton Cheerboys at the Homecoming football game on 10/11/08. Carleton beat Augsburg College 49-41 to rise to the top of the conference standings and No. 22 in the nation. After every Carleton touchdown, the Cheerboys do pushups equal to Carleton's score in the football game.

  • Joseph Melrose, former U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone, speaks at a recent ConvocationJoseph Melrose, former U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone, speaks at a recent Convocation. Examining the legacy of former Minnesota Governor Harold Stassen, one of the signers of the United Nations charter, Melrose's presentation is titled "US Role in the UN: From Stassen to the 21st Century."

  • Joseph Melrose, former U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone, speaks at a recent ConvocationJoseph Melrose, former U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone, speaks at a recent Convocation. Examining the legacy of former Minnesota Governor Harold Stassen, one of the signers of the United Nations charter, Melrose's presentation is titled "US Role in the UN: From Stassen to the 21st Century."

  • Mary Martz and Connie Martin perform in "The Soldier's Tale"Mary Martz, Senior Lecturer in Voice, performs as the Narrator and Princess in "The Soldier's Tale", part of Carleton's campus-wide commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I. Connie Martin, Lecturer in Bass, is pictured at right.

  • Carleton faculty members perform "The Soldier's Tale"Carleton faculty members (from left) Rick Penning, Ben Allen, Mary Martz, and Connie Martin perform "The Soldier's Tale", part of Carleton's campus-wide commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I.

  • Carleton faculty members perform in "The Soldier's Tale"Carleton faculty members (from left) Rick Penning, Ben Allen, Mary Martz, and Connie Martin perform "The Soldier's Tale", part of Carleton's campus-wide commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I.

  • Carleton faculty members perform "The Soldier's Tale"Carleton faculty members (from left) Rick Penning, Ben Allen, Mary Martz, and Connie Martin perform "The Soldier's Tale", part of Carleton's campus-wide commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I.

  • Carleton faculty members perform "The Soldier's Tale"Carleton faculty members (from left) Rick Penning, Ben Allen, Mary Martz, and Connie Martin perform "The Soldier's Tale", part of Carleton's campus-wide commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Armistice of World War I.