- Buoyed by a raucous crowd that got into the Hawaiian Night theme, sophomore Tianen Chen scored a game-high 14 points and senior Shane McSparron added 13 as the Carleton College men’s basketball team kicked off the 2014-15 campaign with a ... more
- Michele Arima scored a team-high 15 points and Skylar Tsutsui chipped in 14 points, but the Carleton College women’s basketball team dropped its home opener, 58-51, to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
- Maja-Pearce is an Anglo-Nigerian writer, essayist and critic who was born in London and lives in Lagos, Nigeria. His op-ed for the New York Times describes why government and politics in Nigeria are unlikely to change in the near future. ... more
- Treadmill. 41 minutes. 6 miles.
Hilly run (from 1.0% to 5.0% incline) just sub 7:00 pace. Felt good.
- Gary Wagenbach, Winifred and Atherton Bean Professor of Biology, Science, Technology, and Society, Emeritus, has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Mary Alphonse Bradley Fund. The support will be used to transport six teachers from the Lumbini Academy in ... more
Carleton News: Keïta's Documentary Featured as Keynote Event at the Annual African and African Diaspora Studies Program MeetingChérif Keïta, Professor of French, had his film, uKukhumbula uNokutela/Remembering Nokutela, as one of two keynote events (along with African-American poet Haki Madhubuti) of "Legacies: Black Cultural Transnationalisms, Remembering Nelson Mandela and Amiri Baraka," a meeting organized for the 20th Anniversary ... more
- Susan Jaret McKinstry, Helen F. Lewis Professor of English, gave a talk entitled "Digital Victorians" at the North American Conference on British Studies, November 7 through 9 in Minneapolis. The presentation was a part of a roundtable discussion titled "Digital ... more
- Paul Hager, Instructor in Cinema and Media Studies, has been awarded an Established Artist grant from the Southwestern Minnesota Arts Council. The $4,865 fund will be used to write Cannon Shoals: A Ten-Episode Screenplay. The capstone of the project will ... more
- Andrew Flory, Assistant Professor of Music, presented an invited lecture at Macalester College called "Motown International." The presentation was linked to "first-year" courses called "Cover Songs" and "Music and Freedom."
- Scott Carpenter, Professor of French, has received a $6,000 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant to complete a novel dealing with a young man’s struggle to connect with his estranged brother. Set in Minnesota, the story draws on various aspects of ... more
- Likeeverything around youin spite of traffic accidentsin spite of the usual inconveniencesin spite of the usual tragedies.In spite of all the world tragedies…everything around you…you see itnow as usual.You won’t be ... more
- To be myself…To just relax…Sit on the steps,drink coffee, watchpeople, smoke cigarettes,watch while nothing happens.A whole week…that’s a lotof time to know..or, just spaceout unaware while the time goeson.Oh, ... more
- The clouds are movingin the sky…whether yourcar is moving or not…why ask why?Burma ShaveI’ve seen you on this road before…welcome back again!Are you going around in ... more
- Yes, now, in the rightnight time, when it’sleast expected…I haven’t even the musicyet…not set up, as weusually find ourselves.We’ve been on a journeyand embark on another onethat no one has told ... more
- The Carleton College football team finished the year on a high-note, posting a 13-6 victory over Hamline University on Saturday. The game was played in snowy conditions, putting an extra emphasis on defense and special teams. The Knights excelled in ... more
- The situations are remarkably similar. The government and politics are also similar. A research project should compare the politics of the situations, the capacities of the states, the leadership (in government and in the populist response) in each country, the ... more