2012 Spring Issue 8 (May 25, 2012)
Last weekend, the Gods of Plastic competed at the 2012 USA Ultimate Division III National Championships in Appleton, Wisc.
The Sayles ladies are reassuring constants in the life of a hungry Carl. Students can count on taming those late-night munchies by placing their orders with Joan Jandro and Kim Little, two familiar faces in the Sayles Café.
On Monday students participated in a special room draw to live in the renovated Evans Residence Hall when it reopens this winter.
The Carleton Student Association (CSA) heltd its annual spring debate and elections. Elections are held each winter and spring for student representatives.
Last Saturday was Carleton’s 31st Annual Spring Concert, an event that most students look forward to all year. Now that it has come and gone, the questions that remains is, was it worth the wait?
Last Thursday at 8 p.m., over 70 students congregated on the Bald Spot in anticipation of the Gender and Sexuality Center’s annual presentation of “SpeakUp.”
Carleton alumnus Nat Turner ’93 has worked with the youth of New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward for the past few years, transforming a former grocery store into an urban farm.
Unless you have already graduated, chances are you don’t have many opportunities to shrug off all other responsibilities and just read. Enter Clara Hardy and Anita Chikkatur.
The Carleton History Department will offer a new course next year on the production and consumption of public history.