Posts tagged with “Videos” (All posts)
6 March 2020
Broomball is a favorite winter activity at Carleton College—experience a night on the ice!
11 February 2020
The Dacie Moses House is a shared gathering spot where students hang out, play games, study, bake cookies, share Sunday brunch, and listen to the Knights and Knightingales practice. This house provides a sense of “home” for many.
16 September 2019
The Carleton College Class of 2023’s first moments on campus: moving into the residence halls, being welcomed to the community by Carleton President Steven G. Poskanzer and Carleton Student Association President Anesu Masakura ’20, and the traditional Frisbee toss on the Bald Spot.
7 October 2014
What’s the first few hours like at Carleton? We follow Francisco Castro ’18 from Houston as he moves into his residence hall, hears advice from President Steve Poskanzer and meets his New Student Week group.
3 October 2014
The activities fair has become an annual tradition, and student videographers Francisco Castro ’18 and Sam Chao ’16 captured the feeling of the event in our latest video feature.
4 June 2013
Carleton student videographer Andy Rodgers ’16 captured some footage during the College’s annual International Festival at the Weitz Center for Creativitiy.
24 May 2013
Carleton hosted the “5K for Hope,” a fun run/walk on Saturday, May 11 in the Cowling Arboretum, with proceeds benefiting The Hope Center, whose mission is to create zero tolerance for sexual and domestic violence through Healing, Outreach, Prevention and Education. Student videographer Gisell Calderon ’16 was on site to capture the sights and sounds of the event.
25 February 2013
In this short video feature by Andy Rodgers ’16, we give you an inside look at the Evans Hall renovation, which took place from June-December 2012. The new-look Evans demolished the old column-style layout of the building, added additional capacity to the residence hall and put new kitchens on every floor.
26 October 2012
Carleton’s student cooking club, Firebellies, partnered with Bon Appétit to teach Carleton students to make sushi over mid-term break. Student videographer Andy Rodgers ’16 captured footage from the event–ever had peanut butter and jelly sushi?
18 May 2012
Gregory Smith, the Lloyd P. Johnson-Norwest Professor of English and the Liberal Arts, recently won a 2012 Minnesota Book Award for his collection of short stories, The Law of Miracles and Other Stories. We have a video excerpt of Smith reading from one of the stories. His book is available at the Carleton Bookstore, either on campus or via online ordering.