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  • Bob Pagel

    Bob Pagel's hiring as Carleton's football coach was covered by the Rochester Post-Bulletin. Pagel, who coached the Knights on an interim basis this past year, is the Knights' 17th head coach and will also serve as an assistant professor in the Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation (PEAR) Department. Pagel is originally from the Rochester area, playing high-school football in Eyota, Minn. Read more about Pagel on the Carleton Athletics website's press release on the hiring.

  • The Class of 2016 kicks-off the new year with the annual Frisbee Toss.

    Today's edition of the (Minneapolis) Star Tribune features one of Carleton's many cherished annual traditions, the New Student Week Frisbee Toss. Higher education reporter Jenna Ross notes, "Carleton students excel at the art of Ultimate Frisbee. The small liberal-arts college claims more than two Frisbees on campus for every student." The column features a photo of Carleton President Steven Poskanzer and Dean of Students Hudlin Wagner, as they kick-off the new academic year with a celebratory frisbee toss -- "Mostly, we do this because it's fun," says President Poskanzer. And, as he readied his backhand he announced to the incoming Class of 2016, "We wish for you all that your dreams and your opportunities at Carleton may soar as high as these Frisbees." A link to the complete article can be found here.

  • Today's mass AED/CPR training for over 650 Carleton students was featured on KARE-11, the Twin Cities' (Minneapolis/St. Paul) NBC television broadcast affiliate. The campus was pleased to welcome reporter Allen Constantini to the College's Recreation Center as he covered today's event -- an important new initiative designed to train the entire Carleton community in the use of AED/CPR in the event of a heart-related medical emergency. The segment features incoming freshman John Blake (Minneapolis) and senior Tyler Schuetz (Tustin, Calif.). To view the story online, click here.

  • Chris Lundberg '05, a former standout for the Carleton men's cross country and track and field team, has been battling the effects of extreme frostbite suffered this past winter, and he hopes to join former teammate Matt Hooley '04 in running in the Eugene Marathon this coming weekend. His journey through this painful ordeal and recovery is chronicled in the April 30 edition of the Register-Guard in Eugene, Ore.

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