Carleton Campus News
A member of Carleton’s Class of 2013, Lee is represents Minneapolis in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Part of an extensive world tour, the performance is designed to take audiences “to a world of peace and bliss.”
In addition to his solo career, Koza fronts the popular indie folk-rock band Rogue Valley.
Meet the Carls who will spend a year abroad on prestigious Fulbright grants.
The award pairs international language study and immersion with service in the federal government.
Emerson Herrera ’19 (San Francisco) invites us to explore his room in Musser Hall!
We recently spoke to Alex Adamczyk, a Political Science major from Dover, MA about his Comps project, focused on Revolutions and Art!
American guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg is considered one of the most compelling composers & performers in contemporary jazz.
The popular event supports the Northfield Community Action Center's food shelf.
Renowned psychiatrist Joel E. Dimsdale ‘68 has long studied the Holocaust; his presentation asks probing questions about the nature of malice.
Hosted by Minnesota Public Radio’s Dr. Jon Hallberg, the live performance explores the ethics of healthcare through story and song.
Directed by award-winning artist Stephan Koplowitz, the immersive production interlaces theater, dance, visual installations, and digital media throughout Northfield.
What is the Northfield Experience? Ask Carleton's dance community and they'll be happy to show you in a window at the public library.
Lee’s work examines how ethnic and racial minorities experience, negotiate, and resist everyday encounters.
The concert will feature acclaimed Moldovan Patricia Kopatchinskaja on violin, described as “the most exciting violinist in the world.”