Carleton Athletics: Women's Track and Field: Colette Celichowski Breaks School 1500m Record at Last Chance MeetSenior Colette Celichowski took advantage of great racing weather to break her own school record en route to winning the 1500-meter run at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Last Chance Qualifier.
- Paced by a 77 from Taylor Wells in the final round of her collegiate career, the Carleton College women’s golf team concluded the NCAA Division III Championships in a tie for sixth place after posting a 324 team score on ... more
- Even in Iran?
Iran bans 'homosexual' and 'devil worshipping' hairstyles
“Homosexual” and “devil worshipping” hairstyles have been banned in Iran, alongside tattoos, sunbed treatments and plucked eyebrows for men, which are all deemed un-Islamic.
- Maxim Trudolyubov, a Russian journalist (not a fan of President Putin) who writes for The New York Times thinks that there's some sleight of hand going on in Putin's leadership. Can you find evidence to support or contradict his thesis? ... more
- Carleton College women’s golfer Taylor Wells was recognized once again for her excellence in the classroom and in competition, as the senior was a repeat selection to the Academic All-District At-Large Team, as voted by the College Sports Information Directors ... more
Carleton Athletics: Women's Golf: Knights Stumble on Moving Day, Now Tied for Seventh at NCAA ChampionshipsGrace Gilmore fired an eight-over par 80 to remain inside the top 10 individually while Taylor Wells tallied her best round of the NCAA Championships with an 81, but moving day saw the Carleton College women’s golf team go in ... more
Carleton Athletics: Women's Track and Field: Amelia Campbell and Ruth Steinke Lead MIAC Track HonoreesCarleton College juniors Amelia Campbell and Ruth Steinke received two of the top individual honors as the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its 2015 Women's Outdoor Track and Field Awards.
- Carleton College senior Nolan Baker and junior Hayden Tsutsui were repeat selections to the All-MIAC baseball team.
- Oh yes, open, nothing on my plate,when will I ever again get to that state?You could say I'm here, now, so, what'sto rant about, rantworthy, rantable?Have you ever noticed that when peopleare having a ... more