Bald Spot: News from around campus
A Beacon So Bright: The Life of Laurence McKinley Gould, released in November, is the first book-length biography of the iconic Carleton president, polar explorer, and education advocate.
Carleton’s men’s soccer team tied with Gustavus Adolphus for the 2012 regular season MIAC championship.
This fall Carleton hosted the Knights’ Gauntlet, a four-mile race through the Arb with 16 obstacles.
Carleton music professor Nikki Melville and an interdisciplinary ensemble of students performed at the “Visual Learning: Transforming the Liberal Arts” conference held at Carleton this fall.
From skiing over Norwegian glaciers to dogsledding in Canadian backwoods, Berit Schurke ’16 knows how to make the most of snowy winter days.
The Carleton community honored the memory of former professor and U.S. senator Paul Wellstone on the 10th anniversary of his death in October.
Carleton athletes and their fans are enjoying several improvements to Laird Stadium and West Gym.
Artists and members of the Northfield, Carleton, and St. Olaf communities celebrated learning—past, present, and future—at an October “Chalk Slam” sponsored by the Perlman Teaching Museum.
A campus building gets renamed, Carleton and St. Olaf receive a joint grant, and a professor wins a book award.
Minnesota governor Mark Dayton delivered Carleton's Opening Convocation address on September 10, 2012.