2012 Winter Issue 8 (March 2, 2012)
If the crowd of 700 students at the Cowling Dance this past weekend is any indicator, the Student Activities Office has found a successful alternative to the original Sayles Dance.
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The school will be sending 21 people to Sheridon, Wyo., and 14 to Waterloo, Iowa this year to tackle a variety of Habitat building projects.
Road Trips, Networking Excursions, Cancun! and Home Sweet Home.
Carleton College has long been known for its extraordinary faculty members, so it should come as no surprise to find that many of those professors have found spouses among the faculty here.
Hope is not out of reach. If more funding can be secured, then the OCS winter break programs will be able to continue benefitting students.
In her convocation speech last Friday, environmental activist Emily Hunter called environmental movements “unlike any other social movement.”
“Students are not interested in hearing about what we do, but they always seem interested in telling us we do nothing,” one said.
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This was the fifth straight year that Carleton, currently ranked No. 21 among Division III programs, has had the opportunity to play two levels up.
Five members of the Carleton College basketball team were recognized when the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its season-ending basketball award winners. Senior Caleb Rosenow and junior Tom Sawatzke were both named to the All-MIAC first team.
One of the most explosive players in the league, junior Akemi Arzouman was a repeat selection by the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC).
Despite three more hits by Kiyota Gomi ‘12 and Ray Yong ‘14 reaching base in five of his six plate appearances, the Carleton College baseball team found runs hard to come by during a late-night Metrodome doubleheader.
The meet kicked off with some field events, as Katie Richards ’15 improved her vault by a foot and Megan Erlandson ’12 vaulted the highest she has this season to win the event.
Bobby Davis ‘13 holds the second-fastest 5,000-meter run time in the MIAC at 15:23.06 as he seeks to improve on his fifth-place finish in the event at last year’s MIAC Championships.
The Knights will again rely on their dominant performances in the distance events, led for the fourth straight year by All-American Simone Childs-Walker ‘12.