Spring 2014 (May 21, 2014)
Bald Spot: News from around campus
Recently named vice president for external relations, Tommy Bonner says he’s looking forward to “having a lot of fun at Carleton.”
St. Olaf’s Buntrock Commons student center nearly split its seams when it hosted the inaugural Northfield Area Climate Summit in January.
Amelia Campbell ’16 broke the NCAA Division III all-time record in the pentathlon at the 2014 MIAC championships and won the national title a few weeks later.
People around the world tune in for Carleton Connects, a webinar program put on by the alumni relations office for anyone who seeks the intellectual stimulation of a college lecture.
Religion major Kassie Maxeiner ’14 is completing a comps project on Al-Jumuah, a Muslim American magazine.
Stewart Ramsey cofounded Krochet Kids International, a nonprofit that teaches women from impoverished nations to crochet and sew, exports their goods, and returns proceeds from the sales to the women. He delivered the February 28, 2014, convocation address.