- July 6, 2002Robert A. Oden, Jr., president of Carleton College, was featured in a story published in the July 6 edition of the New York Times.
- July 1, 2002While awaiting the arrival of incoming president Robert A. Oden, Jr., and bidding farewell to retiring president Stephen R. Lewis, Jr., Carleton is focused on evaluating progress and making goals.
- June 24, 2002To prepare for major changes in Carleton College's writing curriculum, faculty from 14 of the College's academic departments recently participated in an intensive, three-day workshop on the assessment of student writing.
- June 10, 2002The Carleton College Board of Trustees recently promoted five professors to endowed chair positions at the College.
- May 22, 2002The Carleton Board of Trustees recently announced the promotion of 11 faculty members and the appointment of two faculty members to emeritus ranking.
- May 21, 2002Carleton College President Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. recently hosted a dinner at Nutting House in appreciation of the College’s 25-year and retiring faculty and staff.
- April 22, 2002Carleton College seniors Henry Brock and Megan Orwig each have been awarded a $22,000 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.
- April 16, 2002A delegation of six Carleton College students earned first-place honors at the Harvard World Model United Nations Conference in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
- March 20, 2002John Dyer-Bennet, professor emeritus of mathematics at Carleton College, died of prostate cancer on Tuesday, March 19.
- February 27, 2002
Caleton senior Reed Martin organizes a campus-wide DVD Fest.
- February 22, 2002Junior Kira Ryan-Sponberg gives students a new way to play Role-Playing Games.
- February 20, 2002
Carleton College Presents Ward Lucas Lecture in the Arts: Thomas Krens, Director of Guggenheim Museums, and Arthur Andersson, Architect, Will SpeakThomas Krens, director of Guggenheim Museums Worldwide, and Arthur Andersson, president of Andersson:Wise Architects, will speak at Carleton College next week as part of the 39th Annual Ward Lucas Lecture in the Arts.