Posts tagged with “Bald Spot” (All posts)
Archaeology in the Arb28 February 2023Winter 2023
Students in an archeological methods and lab course researched documents and conducted field excavations to learn about the Olin Farm site.
A Political Move28 February 2023Winter 2023
Thanks 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 Board28 February 2023Winter 2023
Five new members joined the Carleton Board of Trustees in 2022 and attended their second in-person meeting on campus in February.
DJ, Let It Play!28 February 2023Winter 2023
Student radio station KRLX is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its first broadcast on April 14.
Local Equality Efforts28 February 2023Winter 2023
With the newly-formed Northfield Racial & Ethnic Equity Collaborative, Northfield is getting real about uniting for the purpose of achieving equity for all.
Curtain Call28 February 2023Winter 2023
Bob Sullivan became Carleton’s head football coach in 1979. At the end of the 2020 season, he retired as its winningest, amassing 102 victories over 22 seasons.
The Future of Farm House28 February 2023Winter 2023
Since 1971, Farm House has consistently attracted students interested in living a more sustainable lifestyle and engaging in a lively debate about what that means.
Pastoral Care28 February 2023Winter 2023
When college chaplain Carolyn Fure-Slocum ’82 retires at the end of June, she’ll be able to look back on a 25-year career that’s added multiple dimensions to campus life.
The Art of Democracy28 February 2023Winter 2023
An exhibit called “Minneapolis Protest Murals” opened in October for a two-month run in the Hamlin Creative Space at the Weitz Center for Creativity.
Synchronicity11 November 2022Fall 2022
When writer David Wright Faladé ’86 senses the stars are aligned in an advantageous constellation, he habitually raps the nearest solid surface. “Knock on wood,” he’ll say with a knowing nod.