Lisa Nordeen ’90
  • A worker cuts a red onion off its stalk

    The Power of Produce

    “Because of language barriers and unfamiliarity, and probably a little bit of racism, Hmong farmers haven’t had access to land, larger markets, or the capital and credit that’s prevalent in agriculture.”

  • Nutcracker Ballet

    A Tough Nut to Crack

    “He looked me in the eye and he gave me a hug. He was like, ‘I’m sorry. I hear you. We won’t make that mistake again.’”

  • Setting up a tent at Reunion 2019

    Countdown to Launch

    We discovered that the people who work so hard to pull off Reunion have almost as much fun as the Carls who attend.

  • #MeToo

    To Teach or Not to Teach?

    “Students now have a more nuanced framework for understanding and raising as concerns or issues statements or behavior that may not have registered as problematic in the past.”

  • Lee Mauk ’63

    Part of the Family

    "We’ve built a group that is hopeful and healing."

  • Elliott James ’04

    Cover Images

    “The queer and trans students of color that I’ve mentored at Carleton have taught me about everything from music to new language around these issues.”

  • Editor: Teresa Scalzo
  • Associate Editor: Kayla McGrady ’05
  • Staff Writer: David Schimke
  • Copy Editor: Lynn Marasco
  • Print Design: Nancy Eato and Jon Reese
  • Web Design: Lilith Bentley ’00