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Carleton Board Takes Action on Divestment28 February 2023Winter 2023
The college will immediately reduce exposure to fossil fuel investments in its endowment.
Integrity, Passion, Solidarity, Discipline, Respect28 February 2023Winter 2023
Pete Sickle ’89, CEO of Israel’s first professional rugby team, embodies the sport’s governing principles.
The Liberal Art of Diplomacy28 February 2023Winter 2023
Carleton prepares students for foreign service by teaching empathetic communication, limber problem solving, and creative thinking.
Soft Power and Hard Truths28 February 2023Winter 2023
A recent book celebrates Thomas Hughes ’47, who counseled the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations against the war in Vietnam.
The Lock & The Key28 February 2023Winter 2023
Through her work as a mentor to men behind bars in Minnesota’s prisons, Carleton professor Deborah Appleman shows that teaching is a radical act.
At Home on Campus28 February 2023Winter 2023
In April, Carleton breaks ground on a student life and housing project that combines environmentally conscious living options with multicultural community spaces.
Webb Wonders28 February 2023Winter 2023
Carleton’s Cindy Blaha joins fellow astronomy professor Eric Jensen ’87 in an animated discussion about the James Webb Space Telescope.
A Lot of Love to Go Around11 November 2022Fall 2022
More than 2,000 alumni, family members, and friends arrived on campus in June for the first in-person reunion since 2019.
Back at Last11 November 2022Fall 2022
The Class of 2020 returned to campus in August to participate in a long-awaited in-person commencement celebration
The Eyes Have It11 November 2022Fall 2022
Biologist Dan Speiser ’03 studies marine invertebrates to determine how they make sense of the world.