- September 15, 2005
In the wake of the recent calamity left behind by Hurricane Katrina (and, later, Hurricane Rita), Carleton’s class of 2009 Pre-Frosh Service Trip group put their efforts into raising money for Carleton students affected by the disaster.
- August 24, 2005
Carleton College has teamed up with a number of local businesses and St. Olaf College to create the College Board of Business Consultants (CBBC) to provide students the opportunity to receive firsthand experience in the worlds of business and entrepreneurship.
- August 16, 2005
Three Carleton students recently participated in the MidBrain Summer Institute for Neuroscience, a collaborative program between five area colleges and universities.
- August 3, 2005
Carleton College, in cooperation with the Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) recently hosted a conference on information literacy and student writing.
- July 27, 2005
When Mary Neemes Pennell '62 donated a lamp featuring the German poet Friedrich von Schiller to the College, she knew she had tapped into a special Carleton tradition.
- July 25, 2005
The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) introduces the strengths of a liberal-arts education to a select group of high school students.
- July 21, 2005
26.2 miles of running, 112 miles of biking, and 2.4 miles of swimming? The Ironman Challenge comes to Carleton.
- July 19, 2005
High school juniors from across the country recently arrived on Carleton's campus for the Summer Writing Program, a rigorous introduction to college writing.
- July 13, 2005
Even as temperatures rise to the mid-90s, Carleton student tour guides make sure prospective students and their families see Carleton in all of its glory.
- July 12, 2005
For students spending their summer at Carleton, Dacie Moses House is often a home away from home.
- July 11, 2005
At Carleton, the laboratories don't shut down during the summer. Instead, students and faculty work together on cutting-edge collaborative research.
- June 30, 2005
Student workers at Carleton's post office deliver mail through the lazy days of summer.