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26 November 2013
This fall, the Carleton Orchestra, directed by Hector Valdivia, performed a number of pieces: Wagner’s Rienzi Overture, Schulhoff’s Suite, Op. 37, Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony, and Strauss’ Dance of the Seven Veils.
12 November 2013
Semaphore, Carleton’s Repertory Dance Company, presents its annual concert featuring student-choreographed work along with other pieces.
2 November 2013
Halloween festivities continued throughout the weekend all over campus with a variety of fun activities for students, faculty and staff.
27 October 2013
The TED event at Carleton provided an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to share their great ideas with the world.
15 October 2013
Each term, Carleton sees a number of visiting speakers, dancers, musicians, and performers that share their knowledge and skills for the student body and campus community as a whole. Far from exhaustive, these photos give a taste of the diverse range of guests the college sees.
19 May 2013
International Festival is an annual celebration of the diverse backgrounds and cultures represented at Carleton. Numerous clubs and student groups present food, dances, music, and skits from around the world.
25 April 2013
Carleton’s cooking club, FireBellies, hosted a “foodgressive,” teaming up with a range of clubs on campus to showcase cuisines from around the world.
17 March 2013
The end of winter term brought a plethora of musical performances by several different student ensembles including the Carleton Orchestra, the Jazz Ensemble, the Chinese Music Ensemble, and more.
4 March 2013
As a part of the V-Day global movement to end violence against women, Carleton presented “Vagina Monologues,” a benefit performance to raise awareness and funds for the movement. The performance featured a mix of humorous and moving monologues presented by student performers.
The Carleton Choir and the Minnesota Baroque Orchestra presented highlights from Handel’s “Messiah” to a full audience of students, parents, and Northfield residents.