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  • High number of resuable Sayles plates stolen (Login Required)

    "We had a limited budget for the plates. Once the plate are gone this year, we will not be replacing them."

  • After racist messages, St. Olaf students protest (Login Required)

    “Let’s show up. Let’s make sure that we show them we’re here for them and we know what they’re going through because we experience it too here at Carleton.”

  • Bike share program to be rolled out by August (Login Required)

    “We want this program to be a success, so once it's on the ground and running we hope that students will know enough about the program to check out and enjoy the bikes.”

  • Investment Office without any employees (Login Required)

    The college endowment, which is in the top 10 for similarly-ranked liberal arts schools, supports financial aid, faculty salaries, the career center, building maintenance and general operations of the college, according to Joe Hargis, Associate Vice President for External Relations. These various funds provide roughly 30 percent of the college’s annual operating budget.

  • College renews Title IX search (Login Required)

    “I think we’re casting a wider net, in terms of letting the job posting go. Initially, we may not have given ourselves enough time to look for quality candidates.”

  • ResLife increases availability for Northfield Option (Login Required)

    "Carleton has a commitment to being a residential campus. Part of that is providing on-campus living options."

  • SOAN course filled with Comp Sci majors (Login Required)

    “Algorithms can discriminate. At least coming into the class, you think of a computer as just an object that can’t discriminate. It doesn’t have a brain, but humans made the computer. Our biases are hard-coded into the computer. If you look up three black teenagers on Google images, you’re going to get mugshots, if you look up three white teenagers you’re going to get stock photos.”

  • Calculus curriculum content to be revamped (Login Required)

    “STEM education has evolved a lot since traditional ordering in calculus was established. And, calculus hasn’t changed that much."

  • OCS cancels Guatemala program (Login Required)


    The OCS Office and Anthropology Professor Jay Levi, who was to lead the program, said that the program was cancelled due to a low number of applicants.

  • Facilities to construct geothermal wells (Login Required)

    "Rather than actively using energy to make things hotter or cooler, this system is less energy intensive."

  • Senators reach out to students through social media (Login Required)

    “Every student at Carleton is a part of CSA, and our goal is to make sure people understand that.”

  • PossePlus Retreat explores division on campus, and around country (Login Required)

    “I learned a little bit more about my own identities, which ones are invisible, hidden, and which ones I display. I also learned more about how other people on the campus think and how their experiences shape how they move through the world. It was a pretty eye opening retreat. I was learning something new in every discussion.”