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Norco, Calif., will be taken over by Carls at the Division I and Division III USA Ultimate College Championships on Dec. 17–20, 2021. Carleton is the only college or university in the country sending four teams, totaling about 5% of the student body, to the West Coast competition.
22nd Annual Nationwide Trivia: Feb. 12 Outside link22 November 2021
Join us online on Feb. 12, 2022 for our 22nd Annual Nationwide Trivia! Our event host this year will again be Noah Tarnow ’97. In addition to being a past Jeopardy! contestant and a karaoke superstar, Noah is the creator, writer, and senior quizmaster of The Big Quiz Thing.
Giving Tuesday! November 30, 202116 November 2021
The Alumni Annual Fund has something special in store for Giving Tuesday on November 30. Keep an eye on your email and Carleton’s social media for more information as the date approaches. Questions about how to get involved in this global day of giving? Email email@example.com to learn more!
Carleton Connects: President Alison Byerly and the first hundred days | Nov. 8, 7pm Outside link26 October 2021
November 8 marks President Alison Byerly’s one hundredth day in office. Join our online conversation to hear her thoughts about Carleton today, and how we might think about the Carleton of the future. She’ll take questions from the audience as well.
Courageous Conversations: Nov. 4, 7pm Outside link20 October 2021
This program is intended to provide time and opportunity for self-reflection and community building among alumni. The Multicultural Alumni Network (MCAN) led the implementation of this series in the fall of 2020.
Carleton Connects: Mark Applebaum ’89 | October 12, 7pm Outside link27 September 2021
Join our online conversation on October 12 as composer, professor, and this term’s Benedict Distinguished Visiting Professor Mark Applebaum ’89 discusses his unusual musical journey from his student days at Carleton to today.
Join the Carleton College Alumni Book Club Outside link22 September 2021
Our selection for October to December is Caste: The Origins of our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson, which Dwight Garner of The New York Times called “an instant American classic and almost certainly the keynote nonfiction book of the American century thus far.”