Tasha Rhoads ’12

Features

  • Braucher Gallery

    Creative Space

    A visual tour of the recently opened Weitz Center for Creativity shows how the Carleton community is using the repurposed building’s teaching, performance, and exhibition spaces.

  • Illustration by Jan Feindt

    The Novels Grim

    Is contemporary fiction for teens skewed to the dark, disturbed, and dangerous? We ask two experts if there’s cause for worry. Plus, tips on how to raise a reader.

  • Saigon bikers

    On The Road to Saigon

    Born in a Vietnamese refugee camp, Hai Ngo ’12 relocated to Minnesota at age 1 with his parents. Last summer he returned to Vietnam on a Larson International Fellowship. Through his photography, Ngo came to a deeper understanding of his parents, his relatives, and himself. Here are some photos from his trip.

  • Carey Tinkelenberg '05

    Skating Party

    Skating coach and mentor Carey Tinkelenberg ’05 teaches her students life skills they can use on and off the ice.

  • Edward Berkeley '66

    Show Wiz

    Edward Berkeley ’66 returned to Carleton fall term to direct The Tempest in the new Weitz Center theater—and took the audience by storm.

  • Deeply Honored

    Honor Bound

    Carleton art professor Fred Hagstrom created a book that captures the touching and little-known story of a Japanese American family whose lives intersected with the College during World War II and beyond.

  • Presidential Seal

    Minding the Gap

    We asked Carls of various faiths to tell us how they grapple with issues of wealth and poverty—and the growing disparity between the two.

  • Tasha Rhoads ’12

    Cover Photo

    As Cave general manager, Tasha Rhoads ’12 does everything from hire staff to stock the snack bar. But mostly she books all the best bands you’ve never heard of.