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Since its inception in 2005 at Carleton, the project has raised $79,951.
Festivities showcase cuisines, exhibits and performances of international and domestic minority cultures
Carleton honors 2019 retirees25 April 2019
Several of the college’s 2019 retirees are showcased in this feature video.
Why hammocking trend is popular with teens Outside link29 August 2018
Class of ’58 “Memory Riders” arrive on campus14 June 2018
Bill Solberg and Lee Jones, Class of 1958, pedaled over 1,000 miles by bicycle to attend Reunion 2018.
Erik Lagerquist, Carolyn Ward, Chris Lee, and Emma Dempsey awarded the Four Friends Fellowship.30 May 2018
The Four Friends Fellowship was established in 2012 by John Youngblood ’81, Peter Ross ’80, Danal Abrams ’80, and Jeff Appelquist ’80—collectively, “Four Friends”—in appreciation for all the experiences they had upon meeting at Carleton in the late ‘70s. The Fellowship is awarded annually to a group of two or more Carleton students who propose the most compelling “shared experience to deepen friendship.”
Carleton celebrates dedicated employees17 April 2018
Recently screened at this year’s employee recognition event, we’re pleased to showcase employees celebrating their 35- and 40-year work anniversaries with the college, as well as those planning to retire this year. Congratulations to all, and thank you for your service!
Comps Insider: Devised Theater16 April 2018
We recently spoke to Alexandra Pozniak ’18, a theater and English major from Waunakee, Wisconsin about her Comps project, which focused on devised theater.
Carleton Singing Knights join celebration at Dacie Moses House22 January 2018
The Carleton Singing Knights joined the celebration at Dacie Moses House on Jan. 21, 2018, commemorating her 135th birthday. Lynn Barbera ’19 (Scottsdale, Ariz.) was on hand to capture this clip.
Carleton, St. Olaf make annual donation to Northfield20 December 2017
Carleton College and St. Olaf College made its annual donation to the city of Northfield. This year’s donation is $156,000, split by the two colleges. The gift dates back to the 1920s. Carleton and St. Olaf are among the first colleges in the United States to make such a gift.
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