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Tofu, the often vilified soybean curd, will be tossed, barbequed and dressed up as Carleton College students celebrate its versatility at the second annual Tofu Fest on Saturday, May 9.
Carleton Announces Visiting Faculty20 April 1998
Carleton College is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new visiting faculty members.
Time Warner CEO named Carleton Vincent Fellow15 April 1998
As chairman and chief executive officer of Time Warner Inc., Gerald M. Levin leads the world’s foremost media and entertainment company. On April 23 and 24, he will visit Carleton College to share his expertise with students as the College’s 1998 Alice Lynch Vincent Fellow. During his stay on campus, Levin will present Carleton’s weekly convocation, host small group discussions, visit classes and lead students in an analysis of Time Warner business practices.
KRLX Turns 5010 April 1998
Fifty years ago, Carleton College’s radio station began with the help of 157 student volunteers, $1,000 in student donations, $800 in loans from the College-and a couple of shovels.
Carleton Psychology Students Study Mental Retardation26 March 1998
Peter Prenzel-Guthrie, emeritus professor of psychology at Carleton College, has been challenging his students since 1971 by turning institutions like Northfield’s Laura Baker School into a Carleton classroom two times a week. As part of his introductory course titled “Practicum in Mental Retardation,” Prenzel-Guthrie’s students met individually with clients (residents) at the school to study behavior modification and to determine whether all minds go through the same stages of development.
Carleton Students Perform in Courtroom3 March 1998
Recent trials like the O.J. Simpson case and the Oklahoma City bombing trial have intensely publicized the American justice system. Eight Carleton College students recently participated in Mock Trial, an experience which allowed them to encounter the trial process first-hand. Twenty-eight college teams from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan competed at this year’s regional competition at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn.
Carleton Senior Earns Congressional Award18 February 1998
Ryan Miske has been involved with Scouting for almost as long as he can remember. Beginning in the second grade, he joined the Tiger Cubs, then the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. Now a senior political science major at Carleton College, Miske’s latest challenge was achieving four formidable
Scouting goals to earn the bronze Congressional Award.
Mary Easter to Present Dance Performance at Carleton14 January 1998
Carleton College Professor of Dance Mary Easter and her longtime friend Judith Brin Ingber will deliver a dance performance titled “And the Walls Come Tumblin’ Down” on Wednesday, January 21st at 8:30 p.m. in the Arena Theater.
ANTARCTIC RESEARCH VESSEL NAMED AFTER LAURENCE M. GOULD9 December 1997
Laurence McKinley Gould, the well-loved Antarctic explorer, professor and former Carleton president, already has a lengthy list of namesakes including Antarctic mountains, bays, glaciers, coasts and the Carleton library. At a dedication ceremony on October 9, the world received one more — a 230-foot research vessel/ice breaker.
Carleton actress part of Williamstown theatre festival27 October 1997
What do Paul Newman, Sigourney Weaver, Gwyneth Paltrow, Campbell Scott and Carleton College senior Meg Higgins have in common?
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