Carleton College Campus News
Al Montero is going to do his best to pop your political bubble.
Emily Ross ’17 earns a Watson Fellowship for the 2017-18 school year to explore intersection between ceramics and geology in Iceland, Italy, China, Japan, Ghana, and Chile.
As winter term wraps up, watch Anne Guttridge ’18 (Columbus, Ohio), Mara Pugh ’18 (Portland, Oregon), and Amanda Jin '18 (China) present a short demonstration in their final Tai Chi class last week. Over the course of the term, students in this PE class practiced their balance and breathing using traditional Tai Chi movements, renowned for physical fitness and stress management.
Thanks to the Dean of Students office, several Carls will soak up some serious history during their time off.
The Carleton Players' recent production of Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice" was a unique collaboration between the departments of English, theater and art.
The two-week long No Impact Challenge was an effort to produce the least waste.
Carleton students share summer internship reflections during this past fall's poster session.
Carleton's first “Entrepreneurs’ Summit” combines alumni mentoring, student competition.
Last Friday, we were surprised with a beautiful blast of winter weather, blanketing the campus in snow. The Cowling Arboretum and Lyman Lakes are particularly lovely in their winter white.
“Post-Picturesque: Photographing Ireland” provides a new approach to showcasing Ireland’s rural landscape.
Peace Corps announces that Carleton ranks No. 13 among small schools on the agency’s 2017 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities list.