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2013 Spring Issue 7 (May 24, 2013)

    • Erik Klontz

      Swimmer Eric Klontz Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team

      Three-time All-American swimmer Erik Klontz ‘13 was voted to the Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), for the second straight year.

    • Polly Durant '14

      “This is My Story”: Carls, Community Build Rewarding Relationships

      This past Sunday, students listened to individuals, some residents of the Laura Baker Services Organization, some from the local high school and Carleton College, share stories about living with disability.

    • Lucinda Robinson

      CSA Election Results: Two New Positions Filled

      The Carleton Student Association (CSA) recently released the results for the latest Senate Liaison election.

    • Vegucated

      Vegucated: The Vegan Alternative

      Sponsored by Alumni Relations, American Studies, CAMS, SHAC and SUMO, film producer and Carleton alumni Demitrius Bagley ‘92 gave a screening of his documentary “Vegucated” on Tuesday, May 5th.

    • Randy Cohen

      Ethicist Randy Cohen Addresses Carleton

      Long-time author of the New York Times Magazine’s ethics column Randy Cohen delivered the last convocation address of the academic year on goodness and ethical conduct.

    • “I Hate Hamlet:” Dynamic Acting and Impressive Tights

      Harper Makowsky ‘14, in her first head directorial gig, assembled the dynamic cast that produced basically 105 straight minutes of bawling in ETB’s production of I Hate Hamlet, a 90s work by American playwright Paul Rudnick that ran last week in Little Norse.

    • empty bowls

      Empty Bowls Fill Hearts and Bellies

      Students raised money for the Northfield Community Action Center’s food shelf while enjoying warm soup served in hand-made bowls at the 9th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser last Friday.

    • Daria Kieffer '13

      McCammon, Kieffer Head to Turkey on Fulbrights

      Two more Carleton students, Muira McCammon ’13 and Daria Kieffer ’13, have received Fulbright Scholarships for the upcoming year. Both Kieffer and McCammon will be traveling to Turkey, where they will work as English Teaching Assistants  while also conducting independent research projects on the side.

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    • Dale Kramer ‘78

      Dale Kramer ‘78 Inducted into DIII Track and Field Athlete Hall of Fame

      The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) recently announced the 2013 inductees for the Division III Track & Field Athlete Hall of Fame.

    • Colette Celichowski ‘15

      Women’s Track and Field Quartet Barely Misses Nationals Bid

      The Carleton College women’s track and field team had a strong spring season and four Knights just missed earning a bid to the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships.

    • Kalli Perano

      Eclipse Falters in Quarterfinals, Falls to Williams College

      Under warm temperatures and a light breeze, and following a stellar season, Carleton College’s Eclipse made it to Division III College Championships, where they advanced to the quarterfinals before ultimately falling to Williams College.

    • GoP

      GoP Falls in Pre-Quarters

      2012’s Division III College Champions, the Carleton Gods of Plastic,  traveled to Milwaukee this past weekend to compete in the National Championships once again, making it through pool play before falling to Harding in the pre-Quarters.

    • Hayden Tsutsui ‘16

      Tsutsui Named National Division III Rookie-of-the-Year

      Two day after Hayden Tsutsui ‘16 was named to the 2013 All-Midwest Region First Team and picked up distinction as the region’s Rookie-of-the-Year, the outfielder received an even bigger honor when he was selected as the 2013 national Rookie-of-the-Year.

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    • Zoe Suche

      On Passion and Pessimism

      I’ll start this piece by admitting something that’s probably clear to anyone who regularly reads the print edition of the Carletonian: every couple of weeks, I have a lot of trouble with layout.

    • “Who has the most work?”

      Today at lunch, I was talking to my professors about the end of the term, and they were talking about the lack of competition among students at Carleton.

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