Carleton Campus News
Carleton professors Nelson Christensen, Jay Tasson and Joel Weisberg, alumni again play a huge role in discovery that marks first cosmic event observed in both gravitational waves and light.
Written by Bertolt Brecht, the play serves as a cautionary tale of unchecked political ambition and power.
An education strategist, Bial works to address the challenges of college access for underrepresented populations.
Three students were awarded Gold Medals at the 2017 New York Chinese Instruments International Competition in New York City.
Iconic rock & roll critic Greil Marcus presents "Bob Dylan's 'Masters of War:' Protest Songs and Democracy"
The acclaimed author and scholar is renowned for building a bridge between music journalism and academia.
The series is presented in collaboration with the Minnesota Humanities Center.
Carleton celebrates the 100th birthday of legendary jazz pioneer Thelonius Monk with tribute concert
The acclaimed Laura Cavaiani Trio will perform, along with renowned jazz vocalist Karrin Allyson.
Martin’s current work explores how people are redefining the American Dream.
How did Carls spend their summers? We chat with Julia Connelly ‘18, a senior computer science major from Minneapolis.
CAMS majors Kayla Rudess '18 and Rachel Everett '18 have joined the cast and crew of Tuscaloosa, an independent feature film set in Alabama in the 1970s, currently on location in Northfield.
Scenes for an independent feature film are being shot on campus this weekend, Oct. 6-8. The film is entitled "Tuscaloosa," and based on the 1984 novel of the same name by W. Glasgow Phillips, set in 1970s Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
How did Carls spend their summers? We chat with Quinn Johnson '19, a junior chemistry major from Roseville, Minnesota.
Carleton professors Nelson Christensen and Jay Tasson, along with alumni Jacob Broida ‘17, Tom Callister ‘13, Santiago Carides ‘08, and Michael Coughlin ’12, all are authors on a newly-released paper describing a recent three-detector observation of gravitational waves from a binary black hole coalescence.
American Talent Initiative brings together 69 of nation’s most respected colleges and universities committed to attracting, enrolling, and graduating more high-achieving, lower-income students
David Fathi works to promote a fair and effective criminal justice system.