Tasha Rhoads ’12

Bald Spot: News from around campus

  • Carleton Parkour Club

    Don’t Try This At Home

    Getting across campus quickly is an essential skill for busy students, but members of the Carleton Parkour Club have taken it to a new level.

  • love-o-meter

    Looking for Love

    Part Dating Game, part Bachelorette, the popular KRLX radio show Holly French Finds Love recently finished its third season.

  • mittens

    Ways to Deal with Winter

    Here’s how Carleton students beat the winter doldrums...

  • birthday partiers

    Wish List

    Scott Carpenter spent much of his academic career to date writing scholarly books, essays, and articles before he made time for creative writing several years ago....

  • Noteworthy


    A new edition of a Larry Gould’s Cold: The Record of an Antarctic Sledge Journey, and more accolades for the women’s cross country team.

  • Don Hasseltine

    New Development

    The Carleton community was pleased to welcome Don Hasseltine in November as the College’s new vice president for external relations.

  • going the distance

    Going the Distance

    With 10 All-America awards and counting, Simone Childs-Walker ’12 (Seattle) is the second-most-decorated Carleton female athlete in the school’s history.

  • Carleton's wind turbines

    Twice as Nice

    Carleton’s second wind turbine, dedicated in late October, will produce between 4,000 and 5,000 megawatts of electricity per year—more than 25 percent of Carleton’s annual consumption.