- February 25, 2015
Student video producer Francisco Castro '18 captures the essence of KRLX, Carleton's student-run radio station. The eclectic mix of music, talk and news offered by the station helps it rank as one of the top college radio stations in the country.
- March 2, 2015
- February 9, 2015
The final weekend of January, Firebellies and Young Chefs co-founder Vayu Maini Rekdal '15 (Los Angeles) left frigid Minnesota for tropical New York City to present his work with Young Chefs at the New York Times Travel Show. Invited by Bill Yosses, former White House Pastry Chef, Rekdal had the opportunity to collaborate with NASA scientist Steve Howell and present fun, edible experiments to people of all ages.
- January 23, 2015
Upon returning to campus for winter term, many visitors to the Weitz Center for Creativity’s Perlman Teaching Museum showed signs of confusion when they first walked into the Braucher Gallery. Instead of the standard exhibit of photographs or drawings, they encountered a group of students and two artists in matching black outfits, ardently working at a huge table occupying nearly half of the space.
It is, in fact, not an exhibit but a studio art class called “Critical Studies in Public Space with N55 in action.” For the first five weeks of the term, eighteen Carleton students will be working with Danish art and design collective N55 to come up with a proposal for a hypothetical building in the Cowling Arboretum, commonly referred to as “the Arb”.
- December 17, 2014
President Barack Obama’s decision to normalize U.S. relations with Cuba could not come at a more opportune time for the struggling Cuban economy and for a political regime on the verge of a transition in leadership. President Barack Obama’s decision to normalize U.S. relations with Cuba could not come at a more opportune time for the struggling Cuban economy and for a political regime on the verge of a transition in leadership. The fall in oil prices this year put pressures on Nicolás Maduro’s government in Venezuela to reduce its oil subsidy to Cuba, a sure sign to the Cuban government that a fundamental change in strategy was necessary.
- November 25, 2014
At first glance, the class looks like any other taught at Carleton College. The room features desks, a blackboard, and a projector. The students tote backpacks and laptops, take notes, and sip their coffee while listening to a professor in glasses and a blazer lecturing at the front of the room. But there is one thing about them that makes this course unique: half of the students are from St. Olaf College.
- November 12, 2014
These past two months at Carleton were absolutely gorgeous, with the entire campus awash in brilliant fall colors. Our student photographers captured stunning images, which we share with you here.
- October 7, 2014
What's the first few hours like at Carleton? We follow Francisco Castro '18 from Houston as he moves into his residence hall, hears advice from President Steve Poskanzer and meets his New Student Week group.
- October 3, 2014
The activities fair has become an annual tradition, and student videographers Francisco Castro '18 and Sam Chao '16 captured the feeling of the event in our latest video feature.
- September 23, 2014
On Friday, Sept. 26, Carleton alumna Maya Warren '07 steps into the national spotlight as she'll compete on the CBS reality television show "Amazing Race" with her UW-Madison lab partner, Amy DeJong. We caught with Warren to ask her a few questions about why she tried out for the show and her time at Carleton.
- September 17, 2014
You've heard about the class of 2018, now see some of the different skills and talents they bring to Carleton through this handy infographic.
- April 13, 2014
V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls that raises funds and awareness through benefit productions of Playwright/Founder Eve Ensler's award-winning play, The Vagina Monologues. Carleton presented its annual performance of The Vagina Monologues on Saturday to a full audience. It contained many powerful narratives--some funny, some heartbreaking. Student photographer, Maria Kjellstrand '15, was on hand to capture the event.