2012 Spring Issue 5 (May 4, 2012)
The Student Activities Office (SAO) and Carleton Student Association will bring indie, hip-hop and pop, together in a Coachella-like spirit to Carleton’s annual spring concert on Saturday, May 19.
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Ten Carleton student bands competed for some enticing prizes during last Friday’s Battle of the Bands with Ashantology in first place and The Managers in second.
Carleton's CUT, GoP and Eclipse teams are headed for Nationals with high seed placements, looking to dominate in the DI and D-III divisions.
BusinessWeek featured an article about Carleton’s ASC as a prime example of colleges helping incoming freshmen adjust to the rigor of college academics.
Last Friday, Indian-American author and community organizer Rinku Sen delivered a convocation address on racial justice.
The annual Relay for Life was held last Saturday at St. Olaf. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life raises money for patients with cancer and directs funds to researchers working on treatment.
Tallman, a Northfield local who is active in the bird banding community, joined Northfield community members and Carleton students last Thursday as part of “Taking Count: Minnesota’s Great Bird Count,” an event put on by the Carleton Arboretum to engage the community in issues concerning bird populations throughout the state.
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It was another week of split squads for the Knights, but they pulled out some great performances anyway. Part of the team went down to Iowa to race at the Drake Relays while the rest went to Gustavus Adolphus to compete in the Drake Alternative.
A regular season that featured 24 matches, 20 wins and visits to nearly every Subway franchise in the Upper Midwest concluded this past weekend as the Carleton men’s tennis team defeated conference foes.
The Carleton Ultimate Team persevered to take first overall in the North Central Regionals. Because of how well teams in the region had performed throughout the regular season, the region had five bids to the national tournament out twenty teams overall.
The Knights’ 5-4 win not only clinched the MIAC championship for Carleton, but also broke a number of impressive traditions the Gusties had been guarding for a couple of decades.
A beautiful day was highlighted with beautiful performances at the Bolstorff Classic meet at Macalaster. Marcus Huderle ‘14 brought home the bacon in the 800m, running 1:55.84 for a second place finish, followed closely by Noah Laack-Veeder ‘15 in 1:57.78.