Carleton Campus News
Produced along with the Cannon River Watershed Partnership, the evening of 15 short documentary, narrative, experimental and animated films will be held at Imminent Brewing.
Christine Papai ’04, Acting Country Director in Ghana for Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), presents “Tackling Global Poverty: The Best Solutions May Surprise You.”
The internationally acclaimed Americana artist’s career spans five decades.
Davis will share his story of a Black man’s odyssey into the Ku Klux Klan.
Israeli novelist and screenwriter Ayelet Gundar-Goshen to present Carleton's Forkosh Lecture in Judaic Studies
Gundar-Goshen will discuss her award-winning novel, “Waking Lions.”
President Steve Poskanzer and Dean of Students Carolyn Livingston braved the cold and hard ice to join the faculty/staff broomball team.
Three student teams cooked up three different batches of chili and competed for the title, as voted on by fellow students. Team "Data Entry" proved victorious and had their version served in the dining hall this week.
Former leader of a racist skinhead organization, Arno Michaelis presents “My Life After Hate.”
The production explores a sexual assault and its aftermath in a small Midwestern town.
Considered one of the UK’s most in-demand young composers, Pitchfork calls Meredith “one of the most innovative minds in British music.”
Minister, activist, and scholar Nyle Fort will present Carleton’s Black History Month convocation.
University of North Carolina professor Eric Muller will discuss the rare World War II photos on Jan. 31.
Alex Whitis, a Carleton sophomore, tells us about what it's like to like in Evans
The Carleton Singing Knights joined the celebration at Dacie Moses House on Jan. 21, 2018, commemorating her 135th birthday. Lynn Barbera '19 (Scottsdale, Ariz.) was on hand to capture this clip.
Carleton Democrats will host Minnesota DFL gubernatorial candidate Paul Thissen on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. in Willis Hall Room 114.