Carleton Campus News
This year’s sale will move to a new location in Laird Stadium.
Bill Solberg and Lee Jones, Class of 1958, pedaled over 1,000 miles by bicycle to attend Reunion 2018.
Chase Garcia ’19 reviews the highlights of his spring term in his final admissions blog post of the year.
The day he stepped off a plane in Minnesota and moved into his Carleton dorm was the first time Daihui Meng ’18 saw campus.
You’d be hard-pressed to find someone at Carleton who loves talking about other people — and not herself — as much as Natalie Jacobson ’18.
The Four Friends Fellowship was established in 2012 by John Youngblood '81, Peter Ross '80, Danal Abrams '80, and Jeff Appelquist '80—collectively, “Four Friends”—in appreciation for all the experiences they had upon meeting at Carleton in the late ‘70s. The Fellowship is awarded annually to a group of two or more Carleton students who propose the most compelling “shared experience to deepen friendship.”
The college will award the Bachelor of Arts degree to 488 graduating members of the Class of 2018, along with honorary degrees to Hong Kong businessman Karl C. Kwok ’71 and Minnesota humorist and playwright Kevin Kling.