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2010 Spring Issue 3 (April 23, 2010)

Weekly Updates

  • News Briefs

    - Renowned "Visionary" Pianist to perform at Carleton

    - Myint named Fellow for National Asia Research Program

  • Security Blotter

    9:35 p.m., five Carleton students were found smoking marijuana near the Hill of 3 Oaks.  All drug paraphernalia was turned over to the Northfield Police. 

  • Caught in the ACT: Earth Day

    Come continue the celebration of Earth Day this Saturday, April 24! The event will take place from 1-4:30 pm in Central Park (3rd and Winona, rain location: the Armory on Division Street).

  • SWArticle: Allergies

    Having allergies is the result of the immune system making antibodies that identify particular allergens as harmful, even though they are not to most people. This triggers the release of histamines and other substances that cause allergy symptoms.

  • Arb Notes

    It’s spring!  All those beautiful spring flowers are poking up through the earth to quench our worries that winter would never end.  You probably have an image that instantly popped into your head.  Does it include those blue-purple flowers that carpet Carleton’s campus each April?

  • CSA Update

    Updates from CSA meeting

  • The Career Corner: H.A.G.S.

    Sorry. I know you’ve probably been reminded by lots of other people that the school year is coming to a close. And every time, they ask, “What are you doing this summer?” If you’ve already found a great internship, program or job, then you can confidently reply with visions of the glorious summer to come. But what if you don’t have any plans yet? Don’t be ashamed! There’s still time to find something great to do!

  • The poster for the film The Cove

    This Week at SUMO

    SUMO shows The Cove and Flow: For the Love of Water