Stories

Black Holes
Tasson, Christensen, alumni involved in another black hole binary merger

Professors Jay Tasson and Nelson Christensen, along with alumni Jacob Broida '17, Michael Coughlin '12, Tom Callister '13, and Santiago Carides '08, are authors on a paper submitted to Astrophysical Journal Letters on another gravitational waves-related observation.

LIGO
  • View of the 2013 Craft & Bake Sale
    35th annual holiday Craft and Bake Sale

    The popular seasonal event is Friday, Dec. 1 in the Weitz Center for Creativity Commons.

  • Students perform a variety of choreographed dances in the Great Space for the Synchrony Fall Showcase.
    Synchrony Fall Showcase

    Synchrony II, a long-time Carleton tradition, took place in the Sayles-Hill Great Space in October.

  • Tianna Avery
    From Liberal Arts to Making a Living

    As with many students, choosing a career has been a bit of a puzzle for Tianna Avery. On entering Carleton College, she flirted with the idea of becoming a physician. A Carleton-sponsored trip she took during her freshman year to explore medical facilities in Minneapolis made her think again.

    Career Center

Snapshots

The Chinese Music Ensemble performs Chinese classical, folk, percussion, minority, and contemporary music using a mix of traditional bowed strings, plucked strings, winds and percussion instruments.
The Chinese Music Ensemble performs Chinese classical, folk, percussion, minority, and contemporary music using a mix of traditional bowed strings, plucked strings, winds and percussion instruments.
Photo: Peycen Ouyang '18