Bald Spot: News from around campus
Studio art major Zerrin Dagli '13 calls out female stereotypes in TV shows and advertisements in her senior comps project.
Whether she’s kicking a ball or throwing a disc, biology major Marlena Hartman-Filson ’13 has dominated the field during her four years at Carleton.
Two feature films shown at the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival this year were made by Carls.
Kimberly Betz '91, who was a program coordinator and an associate director in the Career Center from 1996 to 2000, has returned to Carleton as the new director of the Career Center.
15 student archers hone their skills each week in one of Carleton's newer student clubs.
Biology professors Stephan Zweifel and Mark McKone explain genetic concepts following campus misadventures in a popular video series.
Nicole Hamilton '13 shares field notes from her experiences on Carleton's History, Religion, and Urban Change program in Rome.
On April 18, Carleton’s arts and humanities faculty members celebrated national “Poem in Your Pocket Day” by making select poems available for download on the Humanities Center website.
The United States’ oldest student-run pub may have been cleaned up as part of the Evans Hall renovation, but the Cave is the same campus hangout and concert venue Carleton students have loved since it opened in 1927.
A Carleton professor heads to the National Science Foundation, Carleton awards annual business fellowships, and the Weitz Center for Creativity wins gold.