- February 2, 2009 at 9:43 am
This week's "Photo Feature: Week in Pictures" contains images from the Jan. 30 convocation, the Dacie Moses 126th birthday celebration brunch, and the panel discussion on the recent Israeli-Gaza conflict.
- January 26, 2009 at 11:25 am
We bring you another weekly installment of our "Week in Pictures." Winter term at Carleton is in full swing, and we have images of the weekly convocation series by the Wall Street Journal's Doug Blackmon, photos from "Volunteer from Carleton" and the Lunar New Year celebration, hosted by Carleton's Asian Students in America. We also have images from the Knights' home men's and women's basketball contests, as well as some swimming images from the Knights' Carleton Mini-Invite.
- January 22, 2009 at 10:54 am
During the second week of winter term Carleton hosted a number of exciting events including a convocation with Melissa Harris-Lacewell, the Doh Burma Community social, and a men's basketball game.
- January 21, 2009 at 10:32 am
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, held at Carleton's Skinner Memorial Chapel on Monday, Jan. 19, is now available for viewing via streaming video. The event featured guest speaker Mary Easter, Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Dance and the Performing Arts, emerita, as well as musical performances by the Northfield Youth Concert Choir and Jamaal Magee ’10 (Chicago). The event was co-sponsored by the Northfield Human Rights Commission, which presented its 2009 Human Rights Award to Cherif Keita, professor of French and Francophone studies, as part of the evening’s celebration.
- January 14, 2009 at 3:50 pm
We celebrate the start of Carleton's winter term by bringing back our weekly feature, "Week in Pictures." The opening week of 2009's first term was highlighted by a convocation by a consultant from the hit show CSI, a lecture by a well-known writer and author from Brooklyn, N.Y., and home basketball wins for the Carleton men's and women's teams.
- January 2, 2009 at 3:18 pm
Carleton College has recently started sponsoring scholar programs for its students to have off-campus experiences during the College’s winter-term break during the month of December. This past month, Carleton held a trio of programs: a public policy program based in Washington, D.C., a business/finance experience in New York City, and finally a creative arts encounter in New York City. This marks the third school year Carleton has sponsored such experiences for its students. Student bloggers Aaron Kaufman ’09 (creative arts) and Alex Sciuto ’09 (public policy) recently posted some thoughts and reflections on their experiences.
- October 27, 2008 at 2:43 pm
In this week's installment of our new "Photo Feature" segment, we have photos of the convocation by the inventor of Rollarblades, the Carleton Trustee dinner where George Cassat '46 was honored for his incredible support of Carleton, and the jazz concert.
- October 15, 2008 at 10:42 am
This week at Carleton, our student photographers captured images from the football team's exhilirating win over nationally-ranked Augsburg for Homecoming, "A Solider's Tale" musical performance and the weekly convocation series given by Joseph Melrose, who served three decades in the Foreign Service, including a stint as the U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone.
- October 8, 2008 at 3:38 pm
A new feature offered by the Carleton Media Relations staff and our student photographers is the "Week in Pictures." We'll have our student photographers shoot various campus events, scenes and every day life and create a weekly photo gallery for your enjoyment. This week, our students captured images from a faculty music recital, a performance of the Illiad and a fall festival.
- September 29, 2008 at 3:17 pm
On Friday, Sept. 19, the musical project "Africa to Appalachia" played at Carleton College after an invitation from professor of French Cherif Keita. Led by the award-winning Canadian banjo player Jayme Stone and Quebec-based Malian Kora player Mansa Sissoko, the group was scheduled to play locally and Keita convinced them to play in Carleton’s Great Space on short notice. We have some great photos of the event taken by Nate Ryan '10.
- September 24, 2008 at 11:34 am
Katie Blanchard, a rising Carleton senior, remained on her college campus this summer rather than working at an internship or other summer job. While she’s hardly alone in this experience, Blanchard can literally eat the fruits (or vegetables) of her labor at the end of each day, as the Petoskey, Mich., native has been working not in a laboratory researching or in the library digging through old texts, but cultivating and expanding the Carleton garden. The garden, located on the northeastern edge of campus and north of the Recreation Center, is only one of many new sustainability projects the College has undertaken in the past school year.
- May 27, 2008 at 11:17 am
When Carleton students return to campus after studying, volunteering, or interning abroad, they bring with them a wealth of new ideas and perspectives, contributing to the rich intellectual climate and adding small but essential drops to the bucket of intercultural understanding. Photography is a unique tool for sharing their experiences because it provides viewers with an immediate glimpse of a different world. The images produced by the 2008 Off-Campus Studies photo contest winners span tradition and modernity, are both serene and provoking, and constitute manifestations of a different perspective.