These Memories Can’t Wait2 November 2021Fall 2021
Carls from the early ’70s reckon with the past, and look to assist their alma mater as it works to address issues of inclusion, equity, and diversity.
Contact Sheet: Aparna Ramaswamy ’9730 October 2021Fall 2021
A celebrated practitioner of the South Indian classical dance form of bharatanatyam, Aparna Ramaswamy ’97 performed at Carleton when she was a young child and knew immediately it would be a part of her future.
Resident in Action29 October 2021Fall 2021
Medical student Khuaten Maaneb de Macedo ’16, who helped treat injured protestors in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, is a tireless advocate for racial equity in the health care system.
Eat It. Just Eat It.29 October 2021Fall 2021
Check out the many faces of the goats that Carleton’s grounds department has borrowed from local farmers to manage invasive species.
Community Builder29 October 2021Fall 2021
As the pandemic plays out and liberal arts colleges look to the future, President Alison Byerly aims to fortify Carleton’s collective sense of purpose.
Life Lessons28 October 2021Fall 2021
All commencement ceremonies at Carleton are special in their own right, though some — including the celebration of the Class of 2021 — surely stand out more than others.
Exit Interviews27 October 2021Fall 2021
This year’s retiring teachers open up about classes taught, lessons learned, and life after Carleton.
Down the Rabbit hOle26 October 2021Fall 2021
The first museum in the country dedicated to children’s literature opens next year in Kansas City — thanks to the passion and vision of Pete Cowdin ’85
Every Carl Makes a Difference25 October 2021Fall 2021
The Every Carl for Carleton campaign closed in June at a record-breaking $491.8 million! Professors and campus leaders discuss how these dollars will improve the Carleton experience for students.