Winter 2014 (March 10, 2014)
Bald Spot: News from around campus
Student band Schrödinger’s Finch played at Sayles Great Space through the Student Activities Office's Live at Sayles! music series.
Lauren Linde ’14 and Amelia Piazza ’14 surveyed the Hamar tribe in southwest Ethiopia last summer as part of a six-week internship.
The Carleton Model United Nations team (MUN) staged a Harry Potter-themed crisis simulation fall term.
Janet Scannell, Carleton’s new chief technology officer, thinks of herself first and foremost as an educator.
Knights’ forward Taylor Hanson ’14 (St. Paul) was named MIAC Men’s Basketball Athlete-of-the-Week in December and his stats rank him among the top players in the country.
This year, students found answers to their questions at Sophomorphosis, a week of activities focused on the transformations sophomores undergo as they plan their futures at Carleton and beyond.
Emily Balczewski ’16 arrived on campus her freshman year determined to organize Carleton’s first TEDx conference.
Have you come across Carleton marginalia in castoff books?
Salman Rushdie, bestselling author of The Satanic Verses, visitied campus in October to speak about censorship.
Carleton’s Semaphore Repertory Dance Company is performing a new piece that combines modern dance with the martial art of t’ai chi.