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Winter 2018 Issue 2 (January 19, 2018)

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    • Sunday Night Trivia moves to Imminent Brewing (Login Required)

      Each team is given a pen and a pad of paper. Chakladar reads out the questions and the teams record their answers—in an atmosphere Young describes as “quiet but tense.” Then they pass their papers to the adjacent team and Chakladar reads out the correct answers.

    • New pre-law advisor hired (Login Required)

      “I’m looking forward to getting to know students and am excited to transition from a larger university campus to a smaller campus setting,” said Clemens. Her role as the Career Center’s sole Pre-Law Advisor is a position that Internship Program Director Rachel Leatham assumed in the interim since the departure of the previous advisor, Erin Chamlee.

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    • Kaegi Reflects on a Triumphant Cross Country Season (Login Required)

      Emily Kaegi ’18 from Williamstown, MA is a senior Math/Stats major and the captain for both the Carleton Women’s Cross Country team and the Carleton Women’s Track and Field team. Kaegi has excelled in both cross country and track, picking up numerous MIAC athlete of the week awards. She is a three time MIAC All-Conference runner, a two-time Central All-Region runner, a four-time national qualifier with her team in cross country, as well as a two-time All-MIAC Honorable Mention in track and field.

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    • The kingfisher on Spring Creek (Login Required)

      What the Cole Student Naturalist has to say this week

    • Mastering the art of being very mediocre at multiple things (Login Required)

      First let me start by vehemently defending mediocrity. Too often in our hyper-refined “civilization” these days do we lose touch with ~reality~ and fall prey to illusions of personal grandeur, as if we each had some sort of inherent skill or idiosyncrasy that had since been unseen on the earth.

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