Carleton College Campus News
Carleton's team competes in the Upper Midwest Women's Lacrosse League. Practice begins during winter term in the Rec Center - a great time for beginners to come out and learn more about the sport before the season starts in the spring - and play moves outdoors onto the Hill of Three Oaks. In recent years the team has made it to the playoffs - and they're excited to make it again this year! Big game coming up this weekend - go, Knights!
First-year international student Anesu Masakura ’20 (Mutare, Zimbabwe) always knew he wanted to study in the United States—he just didn’t know how.
Martha Larson, Joyce Kim '17 and Linda Oto recognized for integrating civic work and learning into the curriculum and operations of higher-ed institutions across the state.
Mabel Frank, Lynn Barbera, Brynne Diggins, and Maya Kassahun are this year's recipients of the Four Friends Fellowship.
Junior chemistry major is one of only 240 undergraduates nationwide to earn the $7,500 award. She's planning to earn a Ph.D. in polymer chemistry.
Veteran photojournalist Amy Kaslow will present “Converting Your College Experience Into Global Problem Solving.”
Chesley lecture looks at “Antibiotic Resistance: What is it, where does it come from and what can we do about it?”
Dr. Gerry Wright is the Director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research in Ontario.
Considered one of the foremost players and teachers of the fortepiano, Bilson will perform in concert and also present a master class at nearby St. Olaf College.
Wallis’ work is featured in “Post-Picturesque: Photographing Ireland,” a new approach to showcasing Ireland’s rural landscape.
Having grown up outside of Los Angeles, Natty Maneerit needed an escape from city life. She's found breathing room at Carleton.
Recently screened at this year's employee recognition event, we're pleased to showcase employees celebrating their 35-, 40- and 45-year work anniversaries with the College.
Thanks to all of the honorees for their dedication to Carleton!
Award-winning Vietnamese-American Poet Hieu Minh Nguyen hosts Spoken Word and Open Mic Night at Carleton’s Cave
Among his many honors, Nguyen is a 2017 National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellow.
Arboretum director Nancy Braker and astronomer Joel Weisberg will lead the nighttime tour.
Andrew Garrett ’90 will present “Perspectives from a Non-Linear Career in Medicine and Public Health.”
Carleton students spend a day cooking in Rabat, Morocco, while on an off-campus study program.
Another entry is checked off on the Senior Bucket List compiled by Jennifer Kwon and Charlotte Duong.
Melville will present “Homages: Music by Debussy, Ravel, Harrison, Farr, Opel and Olivieri, in homage to people and place.”
Photography exhibit “The Cuban-Americans” by acclaimed artist and photographer Geandy Pavón comes to Carleton
Pavón will appear in support of his work at the opening reception on April 19.
Michael McNally ‘85, professor of religion at Carleton, has won a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship in support of his forthcoming book on Native American legal rights, including those at the forefront of the current Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s fight against an oil pipeline. The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships are widely viewed as the most prestigious award in American scholarly life.
The acclaimed ensemble explores and expands the extraordinary sonic possibilities of the percussion repertoire.