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7 September 2011
Carleton student photographer Niko Duffy ’13 captured some images during Carleton’s annual New Student Week, as the class of 2015 was introduced to Carleton, its traditions, and what they could expect during the coming four years of their college careers.
27 May 2011
An annual Carleton tradition marks the end of the academic year with the celebration of Honors Convocation, where students and faculty are honored for their outstanding achievements. Stephen Kelly, the Dye Family Professor of Music, gave the keynote address, “My Carleton Education.”
21 May 2011
Carleton student photographer Niko Duffy ’13 captured one of the students’ most-loved events of the school year, as Spring Concert 2011 featured a top line-up of bands and some well-deserved great weather behind the rec center.
18 May 2011
Student photographer Khant Khant Kyaw ’11 captured some amazing images of the Ragamala Dance performance of Sthree, a stunning convergence of dance, music, and text that brings to the present the beauty of the Sangam Period of history.
7 January 2011
Carleton’s convocation series kicked off 2011 with a talk from Roman Catholic nun Sister Helen Prejean, author of the book Dead Man Walking, which was made into the Academy-Award winning feature movie of the same name.
13 September 2010
The start of the 2010-11 academic year began with the traditional opening convocation in Skinner Memorial Chapel on Monday, Sept. 13. Jimmy Kolker ’70 was the headline speaker and the event also marked new Carleton President Steven G. Poskanzer’s first full-campus event.
10 September 2010
Last week, the Carleton College campus welcomed its newest members, the class of 2014. These newest Carls participated in New Student Week, capped by the traditional opening frisbee toss with Carleton President Steven G. Poskanzer.
Carleton hosted the Ultimate Players Association (UPA) Central Region Championships, with the top four teams from both the open and women’s divisions advancing to the UPA National Championships later this month in Madison, Wis. Carleton’s top men’s team, CUT, won the regional in convincing fashion and will defend its national title from a year ago, while Carleton’s top women’s team, Syzygy, also advanced with a second-place finish. Nate Ryan ’10 captured the action of the title matches at Laird Stadium.
29 March 2010
Carleton held its traditional Passover Seder with nearly 150 people in attendance, including well-known radio personality Garrison Keillor, along with his wife and daughter. Keillor was invited to the event by Carleton associate chaplin Shosh Dworsky, whose brother, Rich, is a member of the “Guys’ All-Star Band” which performs each week on Keillor’s public radio show, “A Prairie Home Companion.”
30 January 2010
Student photographer Henry Moskowitz ’11 captured images from one of the winter’s highlights, a performance by the student-run dance company Ebony II. The dance company is open to beginners, experienced dancers, and everyone in between. All dance styles are welcomed. Each term the company performs student choreography in a performance open to the entire campus, which is heavily attended and of the social highlights of the term.