Minnesota's first black and first Muslim representative will discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and its challenges.
Pierre Hecker, an associate professor in the English department with primary focus area in Renaissance theatre, organized a screening of Hamlet this past weekend. The college collaborated with National Theatre Live to show the Barbican Theatre’s production of the show all the way from London.
The Weitz family recently donated $20 million that the school plans on using to expand the Weitz center. Neighborhood residents, however, are concerned that the project's shadow will threaten Central Park.
Quiz Bowl walked away with 2nd place at the Annual Team Trivia Bee last Friday.
President Poskanzer announces major campus reorganization “to allow for the expansion of the Career Center.”
CSA's decision to audit comes in response to a recent increase in the number of clubs running a budget deficit and, ideally, will help to stop the trend and reduce uneven account balances.
Dressed in orange clothing, carrying orange balloons, and toting orange signs in support of fossil fuel divestment, 30 carls and alumni greeted trustees with applause, cheers, and shouts of “divest Carleton!”
“In the wake of the wave of school shootings around the country it’s kind of scary to have people jumping out at you with guns and wearing masks as you leave a dance rehearsal,”
NoFo residents pissed after reports of urination in bushes. Is Northfield Option in jeopardy?
SAO's Halloween dance at cowling will feature a concert by Sonny Knight and the Lakers, an upbeat, dancey band who were a hit when they performed at Spring Concert two years ago.
“Right now there’s no actual process for administrative consequences when people say discriminatory or hateful things." Carleton's new BIRT team looks to change this.
“If you only teach the good sides of a nation, will students be able to evaluate how their nation is really run?” South Korea is an ocean and thousands of miles from Northfield, but that separation is insignificant.