The college will immediately reduce exposure to fossil fuel investments in its endowment.
Through her work as a mentor to men behind bars in Minnesota’s prisons, Carleton professor Deborah Appleman shows that teaching is a radical act.
Carleton prepares students for foreign service by teaching empathetic communication, limber problem solving, and creative thinking.
A recent book celebrates Thomas Hughes ’47, who counseled the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations against the war in Vietnam.
Pete Sickle ’89, CEO of Israel’s first professional rugby team, embodies the sport’s governing principles.
In April, Carleton breaks ground on a student life and housing project that combines environmentally conscious living options with multicultural community spaces.
Carleton’s Cindy Blaha joins fellow astronomy professor Eric Jensen ’87 in an animated discussion about the James Webb Space Telescope.
Archaeology in the ArbStudents in an archeological methods and lab course researched documents and conducted field excavations to learn about the Olin Farm site
A Political MoveThanks to a generous gift from Michael Hasenstab ’95 and his wife, Mary Ann, Old Music Hall was refurbished into the new home to the department of political science and international relations.
On BoardFive new members joined the Carleton Board of Trustees in 2022 and attended their second in-person meeting on campus in February.
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