Carl Quiz: Dante Stephensen ’5818 March 2014Winter 2014
Dante Stephensen ’58 was nearly expelled from Carleton his first year—for keeping a coyote on campus. “I saved him from a Minneapolis animal fair,” Stephensen explains. “His living conditions were…
Place Setting: The Counterfactuals’ Rehearsal Space17 March 2014Winter 2014
Between the four of them, the Counterfactuals have 12 degrees, four wives, seven kids, and one critically acclaimed debut album, Minimally Decent People. The bandmates are Carleton philosophy professors Dan…
Back to Nature14 March 2014Winter 2014
The benefits of spending time outdoors are legion, yet fewer of us are realizing them—at a huge cost to us and our natural landscape.
My Turn to Teach14 March 2014Winter 2014
Teaching is at the very soul of Carleton. Our reputation and pride are built on the quality of our teaching. And it is the fundamental consideration when we award tenure…
In Harmony14 March 2014Winter 2014
Student band Schrödinger’s Finch played at Sayles Great Space through the Student Activities Office’s Live at Sayles! music series.
Lap Leader13 March 2014Winter 2014
As NASCAR’s vice president for strategic development, Eric Nyquist ’94 is driving the company’s efforts to build its audience through new media and environmental initiatives.
Field Work13 March 2014Winter 2014
Lauren Linde ’14 and Amelia Piazza ’14 surveyed the Hamar tribe in southwest Ethiopia last summer as part of a six-week internship.
Non-Stop12 March 2014Winter 2014
This excerpt from Jack El-Hai’s book, Non-Stop: A Turbulent History of Northwest Airlines, tells how the airline embraced Boeing’s double-decker Stratocruiser in the late 40s and 50s, giving passengers fleeting access to luxury commercial travel.
It’s Magic!12 March 2014Winter 2014
The Carleton Model United Nations team (MUN) staged a Harry Potter-themed crisis simulation fall term.
Northern Exposure11 March 2014Winter 2014
Three alumni journalists tell Alaska’s unique stories through print, radio, and photography.