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Much has happened since Madeline Wilson ’16 and fellow activists first donned their gray shirts and launched their web site My College Is Protecting Rapists. Wilson filed a complaint with the Office o
The sketch show INBLACK has become something of a cultural land- mark here at St. Olaf. The night tickets go on sale, the line to buy them starts in front of the cafeteria and stretches to the Buntroc
Deep End APO, the student-run theater production company on campus, has two more shows this season, and despite being very different in subject matter, they have something big in common: they will bot
Misswicken. Miss Wiccan. Myswyken. It’s a weird name. We know it’s a weird name. It works out because we’re weird people. Our rehearsals often feature the dulcet tones of bagpipes. Sometimes we sw
On Saturday, April 24, Oles donned their heels and suits for the annual President’s Ball. Held in the Black and Gold ballrooms, students began arriv- ing at 8 p.m. ready to dance and enjoy themselves
It was Senior Day at Ele Hansen Field as the Carleton College softball team saluted the careers of its three seniors: Keelin Davis, Nicole Magats, and Emily Starr. Unfortunately, the Knights were not able to celebrate with a victory as visiting Gustavus Adolphus College left town with victories by scores of 5-2 and 8-2.
Seniors Mikayla Becich, Grace Davis, and Joyce Yu each won in both singles and doubles to lead the Carleton College women’s tennis team to a 7-2 road victory over national No. 36 Gustavus Adolphus College. With the win, the Knights clinched a share of the MIAC regular-season title. This is Carleton’s sixth conference crown and third over the last five seasons.
The Carleton College baseball team earned a split against Gustavus Adolphus College on Saturday as the Knights now hold a 7-9 record in the MIAC. After being shut out in the first game and by a final score of 5-0, the Knights turned the tables on the Gusties in game two with a 4-0 victory.
The Carleton College women’s track and field team split up on Saturday, sending a handful of athletes to compete against some of the best collegiate and Olympian runners in the country at the 2016 Drake Relays in Des Moines. The majority of the Knights headed the opposite direction and took part in the Janis Rider Invitational at Macalester College.
Last week, Buzzfeed posted a story simply titled, “Chris Pratt Joining Snapchat was the Best Thing to Happen All Week.” As a fervent fan of Pratt, I quickly clicked the link and scrolled down the page
On Monday, April 18, political journalist and author Dante Chinni visited St. Olaf to discuss his take on the state of the presidential primaries. Chinni attended Michigan State University and recei
At an event hosted by the St. Olaf Cancer Connection, sports psychologist David Asp and his wife Kathie, a nurse practitioner at Mayo Clinic, spoke to a crowd of students on Wednesday, April 13 about
On the evening of Friday, April 15, the Tomson auditorium was filled with individuals taking time away from the 70-degree weather to watch a screening of the award winning documentary, Threshold: Whis
Over the course of the St. Olaf Theater Department’s two-weekend run of Cabaret, the show’s cast enjoyed performing for a highly most recptive audience on the evening of Friday, April 15. That is the
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"Scoville was the birthplace of Carleton’s unofficial mascot. The May 1, 1898, Carletonia briefly mentioned “a very beautiful gift” of artwork from Miss Isabella Watson, namesake of our high-rise dormitory. Included in the gift were busts of the German writers Johann Goethe—and, of course, Friedrich Schiller."
“If I could ask Bon App for one thing, it’d just be one hot vegan entrée at each dining hall, every meal,” Culotta said. “Because a vegan is going to show up at the dining hall every time. There should be something.”
"In 2013, Arrieta was traded to the Chicago Cubs during the middle of the season. This was a change of scenery that proved to be the greatest move for his career, and for the Chicago Cubs organization. Chicago got a guy who had all the tools to becoming a great pitcher. But did they really believe he could be as good as he is now?"