Bald Spot: News from around campus

  • In Harmony

    In Harmony

    Student band Schrödinger’s Finch played at Sayles Great Space through the Student Activities Office's Live at Sayles! music series.

  • Field Work

    Field Work

    Lauren Linde ’14 and Amelia Piazza ’14 surveyed the Hamar tribe in southwest Ethiopia last summer as part of a six-week internship.

  • It's Magic!

    It's Magic!

    The Carleton Model United Nations team (MUN) staged a Harry Potter-themed crisis simulation fall term.

  • Hail to the Chief

    Hail to the Chief

    Janet Scannell, Carleton’s new chief technology officer, thinks of herself first and foremost as an educator.

  • In the Lead

    In the Lead

    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.

  • Transformers

    Transformers

    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.

  • X Factor

    X Factor

    Emily Balczewski ’16 arrived on campus her freshman year determined to organize Carleton’s first TEDx conference.

  • Take Note

    Take Note

    Have you come across Carleton marginalia in castoff books?

  • Campus Quote

    Campus Quote

    Salman Rushdie, bestselling author of The Satanic Verses, visitied campus in October to speak about censorship.

  • Mystery in Motion

    Mystery in Motion

    Carleton’s Semaphore Repertory Dance Company is performing a new piece that combines modern dance with the martial art of t’ai chi.