Posts tagged with “Elsewhere” (All posts)

  • Roy Grow (political science) quoted in Star Tribune.

    19 March 2003

    Roy Grow, the Frank B. Kellogg Professor of International Relations, was quoted in the March 16 Star Tribune. In a story titled “A world safe for democracy, or perpetual war?” Grow said that the North Koreans have certainly interpreted the ‘axis’ language, the U.S. refusal to negotiate with them and other U.S. moves as evidence that Washington is contemplating an attack.

  • Carleton DVD Fest 2003 featured in MacCentral and Mac Observer news releases.

    18 March 2003

    The Carleton DVD Fest 2003 was featured in the March 18 Web news releases of MacCentral and The Mac Observer. Over 75 percent of Carleton students participated in the event with almost 40 teams contributing entries. The finalists can be viewed at

  • Carleton’s ‘slush fund’ highlighted in Star Tribune.

    7 March 2003

    Carleton’s David K. Hildebrand Endowed Fund for Ice and Snow Removal, also known as the “slush fund,” was highlighted in a March 4 front page story in the Star Tribune. The story also appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, the Chronicle of Higher Education, on ABC’s “Nightline,” and on CNN.

  • Helen Rubin ’90 appears in The Advocate

    4 March 2003

    Helen Rubin ’90 wrote a “My Perspective” column for the March 4 issue of The Advocate featuring the reactions of Rubin and partner Joanna Bare ’89 to the press interest resulting from the birth of their daughter, Linane Rubin Bare, as Washington, D.C.’s first newborn of 2003. Rubin and Bare both majored in physics at Carleton.

  • Robert “Bob” Meiches ’76 featured in Minnesota Medicine

    1 March 2003

    An article in the March 2003 issue of Minnesota Medicine featured Robert “Bob” Meiches ’76 upon his recent selection as CEO of the Minnesota Medical Association. Meiches majored in biology at Carleton.

  • Wellstone Symposium covered in Star Tribune, Pioneer Press.

    1 March 2003

    Carleton’s Wellstone Symposium, held Feb. 28-March 1 in honor of the late Paul and Sheila Wellstone, was covered in the Star Tribune and the Saint Paul Pioneer Press.

  • Rodger Carlson ’59 featured in Glenwood Springs Post Independent

    26 February 2003

    Rodger Carlson ’59 was featured in a February 26 article in the Glenwood Springs (Colo.) Post Independent titled “Childhood memories of Eureka moments: Author tells of growing up in a Utah mining town.” The article shares highlights from Carlson’s new book “In the Shadows of Eureka Peak.” Carlson is professor emeritus of marketing at Morehead State University in Kentucky. He majored in mathematics at Carleton.

  • Steven Schier comments on approval rating poll

    26 February 2003

    Steven Schier, the Dorothy H. and Edward C. Congdon Professor of Political Science, was quoted in a February 26 Associated Press story titled “Poll shows respectable approval ratings for Governor, Senators.” The story was picked up by a number of statewide new sources including Finance & Commerce and WCCO. Schier commented on the personalities and styles of the current Minnesota governor and senators when compared to their predecessors.

  • Edgar Husted ’59 featured in Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    24 February 2003

    Edgar (Ed) Husted ’59 was featured in a February 24 article in the Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner titled “A lifelong dedication to music.” Husted majored in geology at Carleton and became a lawyer, but the article emphasizes Husted’s 20 years of service as organist for Fairbanks’ Sacred Heart Cathedral and his work as director of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks Paralegal Studies Program.

  • Greg Marfleet (political science) quoted in Star Tribune

    23 February 2003

    Greg Marfleet, assistant professor of political science, was quoted in a story in the February 23 issue of the Star Tribune titled “Is Bush describing threat to U.N. or is he causing it?” In the article, Marfleet commented on the relevance of United Nations resolutions.