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  • The Most Ominous Icicle in the World
    Collin Hazlett's Blog

    Farewell to the Leading 1

    January 11, 2010

    It's been fun,
    Leading "1,"
    But now we're done.
    Now, from the blue:
    A shiny new
    Leading "2."

     

  • Liz Low's Blog

    Back to school, back to school...

    January 10, 2010

    Winter break is over, the first week of classes has passed, and broomball season starts soon. Let the games begin!

  • Jon Kittaka's Blog

    Urbane Urbana Herbivores

    January 7, 2010

    Urbana and this coming term...

  • Claire Weinberg's Blog

    DAS UBERPOST

    January 6, 2010

    Meeting Carletonian Hollywoodites; plunging back into the -20 weather, attempting to write a play, speaking noch ein bisschen deutsch!

  • Marlena's Blog

    Why Hello, 2010.

    January 5, 2010

    Ah, all that can change in just six weeks...

  • Jon Kittaka's Blog

    The Old Has Gone

    December 23, 2009

    The New Has Come

  • Jon Kittaka's Blog

    It's That Special Time of Year--

    December 18, 2009

    --My 10th Postiversary!

  • Jon Kittaka's Blog

    Limit Breaks

    December 10, 2009

    And Other Word Juxtapositions

  • Jon Kittaka's Blog

    The Beginning and End of the End of the Beginning

    December 2, 2009

    Finals and coming home.

  • Student Video & Photo Blog

    Study Spaces at Carleton

    November 30, 2009

    As the campus geared up for the year's first final exams, Kaitlin Randolph talked to Carls about their favorite places to study (and the dire consequences of sneezing on First Libe).

  • Student Video & Photo Blog

    Dear Friend: Letters of Peace

    November 30, 2009

    Carleton sophomore Mahal Burr compiled and published a book of letters written between local schoolchildren and students in Iraq titled Dear Friend: Letters of Peace. Christa Owens presents a look at the project.

  • Student Video & Photo Blog

    This Is My Story

    November 30, 2009

    Anna Swanson interviews some of the participants of "This is My Story," an event that presented the challenges and triumphs of Carleton students with hidden and/or visible disabilities through their own stories. The event was organized by the College's Student Wellness Advisors, with the help of Anne Lamppa, the Director of Disabilities Services for Students.