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The Theater of Public Policy Event: “Let’s Talk (and Improv) About Sex!” is Rescheduled (originally April 10) for this Wednesday, May 15 in Kracum Hall from 8-10 p.m.
5 April 2019
Carleton College and the Theater of Public Policy, a nationally touring improv comedy group, will bring together a state legislator and leaders from Planned Parenthood and The HOPE Center for a live, unscripted conversation about what sex education looks like today and how it could look in the future.
Three new exhibits opening Friday, Feb. 8 in the Perlman Teaching Museum all celebrate the ceramics arts. An opening reception will be held from 5–7 p.m. in the Weitz Center for Creativity Commons. The reception is open to the public and light refreshments will be served.
4 February 2019
Ceramics celebration heats up this weekend with Perlman Museum openings Friday, February 8.
The annual event will be led by Reverend Oliver White, co-pastor at Clark-Grace Memorial United Church of Christ in South St. Paul.
16 January 2019
Penn State professor David Titley will discuss how the U.S. military might play a role in combating climate change
11 January 2019
Sean Casey, former head of the Office of Religion and Global Affairs, will examine the question, “Can Government and Religion Build Peace Together?”
Students Present Summer 2017 Research23 October 2017
On Friday, October 20, several Humanities Center Research Assistants presented the results of their summer research collaborations at the annual Student Research Symposium and Celebration held at the Weitz Center.
Congratulations to Emma Halper, Brittany Johnson, Claire Jensen, Russell Li, Fernando Saldivia, Christina Tarazi, and Carinna Nikkel!
Students Present Summer 2016 Research25 October 2016
On Friday, October 21, several Humanities Center Research Assistants presented the results of their summer research collaborations at the annual Student Research Symposium and Celebration held at the Weitz Center.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Budd ’19, Briannon Carlsen ’17, Madison Chambers ’18, Jackie Culotta ’19, Shayna Gleason ’17, Lauren Kempton ’18, Mairead Koehler ’17, Julia Miller ’18, and Bard Swallow ’18.
Northfield Reads: Veterans’ Voices18 May 2014
Northfield Reads: Veterans’ Voices took place on Sunday, May 18 at the Weitz Center. It was a community reading project featuring literature written by war veterans, about their war experiences. Many war veterans, Carleton students and faculty, and members of the Northfield community attended the event. Many said afterwards that they were very eager to participate in the future events that are already being planned to discuss veterans’ experiences and wider issues. Learn more about the event.