One North College3 March 2020Winter 2020
Readers write back: All in the Family; A Much Needed Break; Mierow Still Inspires; Travelogue
An Indispensable Alliance3 March 2020Winter 2020
We know that working closely with a professor can transform a student’s life trajectory. In fact, even a single shared research project with a faculty mentor can spur a young person’s abiding interest in a particular discipline and pave the way to fellowship awards and acceptance into leading graduate programs.
Character Driven3 March 2020Winter 2020
“It is not about my ego or my perception of the world. It’s about how the audience connects, understands, and feels the artwork.”
If You Build It, They Will Learn3 March 2020Winter 2020
“All that glass not only reveals the soul of the building, it also speaks to the soul of the school, where teaching comes first and interactions between students and the faculty are prized.”
All Over the Map3 March 2020Winter 2020
“At Carleton, study abroad is not the cherry on the top. It’s integral to academic learning and personal growth.”
Seeing Black3 March 2020Winter 2020
“The director was talking about having an image of a black hole within five years. I was a little skeptical that it would work out.”
Birding in the Basin3 March 2020Winter 2020
“When the birds fly into the Great Basin from wherever they winter . . . they find a mate, build a nest, and stay all summer. That’s what ornithologists have believed for hundreds of years.”
Interabled on the Internet3 March 2020Winter 2020
The posts—about everything from shopping for a wedding dress to declining an invitation to appear on Dr. Phil—can attract upwards of 100,000 views.
Light in the Darkness3 March 2020Winter 2020
Candlelight vigils in Skinner Chapel are partly about “popping the Carleton bubble and making sure people know about things going on in the world.”
Fear Itself3 March 2020Winter 2020
Award-winning journalist James Hohmann delivered Carleton’s opening convocation to a standing-room-only crowd in Skinner Memorial Chapel in September.