Vera Chang '09
  • Erin Barnett '92

    Food for Thought

    As the saying goes, you are what you eat. These days, though, making good food choices can be complicated and confusing. Carls weigh in on the ethical aspects of feeding ourselves and others.

  • Carls in Antarctica

    Pictures from an Expedition

    Three Carleton-educated scientists aboard the Laurence M. Gould research vessel chronicle their Antarctic adventure with stunning photographs—and talk about the project that brought them to the end of the world.

  • Bear Expert

    Risky Business

    Find out why some Carleton alumni face hazards—like surviving fire and ice, and the occasional encounter with a grizzly bear—to do their jobs.

  • Orange

    The Center of the Fringe

    A cast of Carls have played several roles in the Minnesota Fringe Festival. We talk to founder Bob McFadden '66, current executive director Robin Gillette '90, and two recent grads who put on quite a show in 2008.

  • Hour of Power Relay

    Power Hour

    Swimmers across the country united in spirit to swim against cancer during the third annual Hour of Power relay in November. The annual event raises awareness and money for cancer research in honor of Carleton swimmer Edward “Ted” Mullin ’06.

  • Paint-by-penguin

    Paint-by-Penguins

    Maria Coryell-Martin ’04, an artist-in-residence on a 2008 adventure cruise to Antarctica, has risked frostbite, falling into a glacial abyss, and the stares of curious penguins to capture her images.

  • Web Extras

    Web Extras

    Special web-only Voice content.