Summer 2013 (August 12, 2013)
Best wishes to Carleton’s newest graduates!
Carleton students recall the sometimes-crazy summer jobs that have taught them life lessons, illuminated a career path, or shown them what not to do.
As CEO of the Resurrection Project, Raul Raymundo ’87 helps develop Chicago’s Latino neighborhoods—and improves the lives of residents from preschool through college and beyond.
Although it’s just 130 miles off the coast of Florida, Cuba is one of the toughest destinations for American travelers to reach. Last fall, a group of Carls visited the island and got up close and personal with Cuban people, politics, and culture.
Retired cardiologist Bud Eugster ’63 reflects on his life and the people he’s known since he graduated from Carleton 50 years ago.
Closed to Americans for 55 years, Cuba holds a strong allure for many travelers.
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