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Spring 2018 Issue 7 (May 18, 2018)

    • Prof Allegedly Implicated in Title IX Case to Return

      Professor of Anthropology Jay Levi will return to teach during the 2018-19 academic year, according to next year’s course catalog. Last April, the Carletonian reported that Levi’s off-campus studies (OCS) program in Guatemala, originally slated to run this winter, was cancelled the same day that complainants in a Title IX adjudicated resolution with the professor learned that he had been sanctioned.

    • Carls Talk Back Holds Town Hall to Solicit Input From Community

      On Saturday, May 12, members of the student protest movement Carls Talk Back held a town hall meeting in the Weitz Center. Riley Irish ’19 and Zhi You Koh ’19 facilitated the discussion. Student organizers fielded questions, asked for input and feedback and shared a drafted statement of purpose and the proposed future structure of the organization. They then shared what discussions and decisions had taken place in the follow-up groups convened by the Dean of Students Office.

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    • Religion Professor Receives Prestigious Mellon Grant

      You don’t have to go far in Carleton’s religion department to hear unabashed praise for Professor Noah Salomon. 

    • Limited Dance Studio Space Creates Scheduling Conflicts

      As interest in dance at Carleton grows, the limited spaces for dance on campus have  caused some difficulties for student organizations that are hoping to use consistent and high-quality dance studios. Currently, the dance department, physical education classes and at least eight  student organizations all require studio space, often twice a week or more.

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