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On Tuesday, Nov. 24, St. Olaf student activists gathered in the quad to demonstrate their support for the Minneapolis Black Lives Matter movement. Amid the popular chants of “Black Lives Matter” and “
In early November, all faculty and staff received an email that proposed establishing “an infrastructure to enhance both internal and external engagement with the distinctive mission and vision of the
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Exhaustion can creep up on you When you stand by your window late at night Staring into the black softness of the sky When the light pollution from these city streets Punched black eyes on stars,
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Peter Bakker-Arkema drained a game-tying three-pointer with 15 seconds remaining in regulation, and the Carleton College men’s basketball team knocked down key shots in overtime to solidify a 81-75 victory over visiting Hamline University. The result snapped the Knights’ season-worst three-game losing streak.
Competing at the Ted Nelson Classic, a meet that included nine either NCAA Division I or Division II programs, the Carleton College men’s track and field team won two events and saw several other top-notch performances. This latter group includes a second-place result for Pete Dehkes, who cleared 2.00 meters in the high jump (6’ 6.75”) to rank second in the MIAC this season and 20th in the nation.
Damali Britton broke her own school record in the triple jump with a measurement of 11.07 meters (36 feet, 4 inches) at the Ted Nelson Classic hosted by Minnesota State-Mankato. The Carleton College women’s track and field team challenged itself this week, by taking on a competitive field that included nine either NCAA Division I or Division II programs, but Britton was hardly the only Knight to turn in a solid result against this talented field.
Maria Wetzel turned in two of the five top-10 results for the Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team on day two of the Minnesota Challenge. Wetzel placed eighth in the 200-yard freestyle and was the runner-up in the 200-yard backstroke.
Wilson Josephson turned in the top individual performance for the Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team on day two of the Minnesota Challenge. The senior was second overall in the 200-yard butterfly with his season-best mark of 1:57.57.
Nnenna Ezem poured in a game-high 16 points and Michele Arima added a 15-point effort for the Knights, but a sluggish start to the second half cost the Carleton College women’s basketball team in its 62-48 loss at the hands of St. Olaf College. This was the lone meeting this season between the cross-town rivals, meaning the Oles wrested away possession of the President’s Cup, the traveling trophy in the series.
The Carleton College men’s basketball erased a 17-point deficit but was unable to hold off rival St. Olaf College in dropping a 68-59 decision. Beau Smit led all scorers with 17 points, aided by a 5-for-5 start behind the arc.
The Carleton College women’s tennis team made it three straight victories to start the year as the Knights posted a convincing 9-0 triumph over St. Cloud State University, a NCAA Division II program.
Seniors Stephen Grinich, Wilson Josephson, and George McAneny along with first-year Karl Schwarzkopf turned in the biggest highlight for the Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team on day one of the Minnesota Challenge. The quartet won the opening event of the meet—the 200-yard freestyle relay—with a MIAC season-best time of 1:23.92.
The Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team saw some of its competition so far this season as the Knights competed at the Minnesota Challenge, a two-day competition held at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center. This meet serves as the final taper meet for those team members that are not competing at the upcoming MIAC Championships, while for the remainder of the squad this is a final tune-up before the conference meet later this month.
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Some of the most common scats of the Arboretum, which should surprise nobody, are rabbit and deer scat. Both deer and rabbit scat tend to take the form of pellets.
Like many a Carl, I dream of having my name on a blue plaque next to a campus building. Having something named after you at an institution of higher learning is a benchmark of prestige and achievement.
“We are doing our best to meet students’ needs as we can, but we ask for patience and understanding as we work diligently to increase the SHAC counseling staff to meet the mental health needs of our campus.”
After 35 years at Carleton, Professor Steven Schier will retire at the end of this academic year. Schier came to Carleton in 1981.