- May 22, 2016
This special performance features acclaimed Twin Cities dancers Rosy Simas and Deborah Jinza Thayer
The orchestra will present compositions celebrating springtime.
Hang will discuss her life story and the importance of promoting education in immigration issues.
- May 13, 2016The CD recording, “Music from China and Beyond,” features lives performances recorded in the last three years.
- May 10, 2016
The Carleton Symphony Band presents a program titled HOT!, featuring some of the “hottest” band music and compositions of our time, on Friday, May 13 at 8 p.m. in the Concert Hall.
Acclaimed Israeli author Assaf Gavron to present Carleton’s annual Forkosh Family Lecture in Judaic StudiesMay 5, 2016
Gavron will present “The Wild West Bank: The Perspective of an Israeli Author”
- May 5, 2016
Esteemed professor Steven Schier will moderate a panel discussion by respected political scientists from around the U.S.
Dr. Lynn Liben will present “Gender Past, Present, and Future: A Developmental Psychologist’s Perspective.”
The acclaimed film is based on the memoir by Jimmy Santiago Baca, winner of the prestigious International Award in 2001.
- May 4, 2016
Learn more about Carleton’s efforts to provide students with entrepreneurial opportunities.
- May 4, 2016
The annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, which supports the Northfield food shelf, will be held May 13.
- May 4, 2016
Presenter Carlos Alzugaray Treto is an educator and former Cuban diplomat.
Iranian-American comedian Negin Farsad to present Carleton’s Asian American History Month ConvocationMay 2, 2016
Author of the forthcoming book, “How To Make White People Laugh,” Farsad is at the forefront of social justice comedy.
The Telegraph calls her “the most beguiling talent to hit the world music scene in some time.”
- April 26, 2016
The production is an original dramatic adaptation of several of Ryunosuke Akutagawa’s short stories, made famous by Akira Kurosawa’s award winning, 1950 film, “Rashomon.”
Jeffrey Davidow, a career U.S. Foreign Service Officer, will present “Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela and Other Latin American Hotspots.”
- April 15, 2016
Morgan Weiland '06 is a First Amendment, media, and communications scholar and attorney.
- April 9, 2016
Wimbush will present “Signifying On Scriptures: The Black Atlantic Reads the King James Bible."
McPhee's documentary films impart a deep knowledge of the subject matter and provide viewers with a blueprint for positive change.
An amazing weekend of live public performances culminates with a performance by two master fiddlers.
- April 7, 2016
The artists' unique approach to their craft navigates a rich musical landscape in idiosyncratic and singular ways, blurring lines between the traditional and the avant garde, between the composer and the performer.
A former writer at Sports Illustrated, McClusky is now head of product and business development at WIRED magazine.
Schwartz’ talk is entitled “Affection, Sex and Satisfaction in Happy Couples.”
Greg Lukianoff of FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) will present “From Freedom Of Speech to Freedom From Speech: Defending the Marketplace of Ideas on American College Campuses.”