One North College5 June 2020Spring 2020
Readers write back: Share Your COVID-19 Stories; Are You the Mystery Carl?; via Instagram; via Twitter
Learning by the Day5 June 2020Spring 2020
“We’ll persist in overcoming the obstacles with determination, resilience, and grace, because Carleton is much more than a collection of buildings centered around the Bald Spot.”
Each Other’s Arms4 June 2020Spring 2020
Two families on two continents search for meaning in the wreckage of a heart-wrenching homicide.
Commercial Politics4 June 2020Spring 2020
Professor Barbara Allen’s award-winning book examines how campaign advertising affects civil discourse.
A Cold Spring4 June 2020Spring 2020
Dining, custodial, security, and facilities staff were among the heroic workers who populated a now almost deserted campus.
Found in Translation4 June 2020Spring 2020
Film scholar Darcy Paquet ’95 played a central role in Parasite’s award-winning year.
Academia for All4 June 2020Spring 2020
By encouraging students to pursue PhDs in the humanities and social sciences, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship aims to diversify institutions of higher learning.
One Day Apprentice: Valerie Jensen ’874 June 2020Spring 2020
You can learn a lot about Carls by watching them work.
Peace Prize4 June 2020Spring 2020
Over the past 60 years, 520 Carls have served in the Peace Corps and, for nine consecutive years, Carleton has made the organization’s list of top volunteer-producing colleges.
Mimicking Mother Nature4 June 2020Spring 2020
What do humpback whales have to do with wind turbines in Northfield? Ask the members of the Biomimicry Club, a student organization formed this year.