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2013 Winter Issue 8 (March 8, 2013)


  • Sophie Siegel-Warren's COMPs play

    Three Plays in Two Weeks: Here’s What You Missed

    The half-dozen student shows staged the past two weeks have been an interesting buffet of diverse styles and tastes for the Carleton theatergoer and, as always, a chance to enjoy the class and creativity of one’s peers.

  • Composer Sarah Kirkland Snider and Shara Worden teamed up to create the musical experience.

    “Penelope” Takes Listeners on Odyssey From a Female Perspective

    The Laudie D. Porter Guest Artist Concert on Feb. 28th featured an emphatic and moving performance of “Penelope” in the Skinner Memorial Chapel.

  • Does Res Life know you better than you know yourself?

    Freshman Roommate Pairings:

    Depending on who you talk to, you’ll hear that the ResLife staffers in charge of pairing first-year roommates seem to possess an uncanny, practically Orwellian, degree of insight into the psyches their awkward, pimply building blocks, an almost alchemistic talent in forging relationships among high-school haters for whom the overused “quirky” is kind. 

  • Professor Gao Hong Dice

    Students, Professor Win Grant to Pursue Musical Research

    Gao Hong Dice, Lecturer in Chinese Musical Instruments, and Carleton students Kim Bauer ’13, Yawen Chen ’15, and Joseph Concannon ’13 are awarded an ASIANetwork grant to continue the efforts of exploring and preserving Chinese ancient temple music. 


    Former Ambassador Kurtzer Gives Talk on Israeli-Palestinian Road to Peace

    Former US Ambassador to Egypt and Israel, Daniel Kurtzer gave a peace talk on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Twin Cities. A busload of Carleton students trekked north last February, 27th to hear Kurtzer’s opinion of what is really going on between Israel and Palestine: is the process towards peace at a standstill or is it possible in the near future?

  • A poster in Sayles calls students to take action against violence

    Carleton Group Challenges National Gun Violence

    “Gun control is a serious problem, and something needs to be done to stop that.” So spoke Mary Lewis Grow, founder of the Carleton Challenge Against Gun Violence, Carleton’s newest activist group on campus.

  • Students look at the decision making board for whether they should be special CogSci majors.

    Is Carleton Too Strict About the Special Majors Policy?

    As the time for members of the sophomore class to declare their majors, it seems likely that at least a few of them might not be satisfied with the present slate of options. So some of them might avail themselves of the option undertaken by few Carleton students: declaring a special major.