How to (try to) reajust to Carleton academia after OCS

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

Can you give us returnees a break, please?

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How to survive at Carleton in the event of another flood

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

This is a dangerous campus

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"Colors of Confinement" premieres at Library

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

The “Colors of Confinement” Gould Library exhibit and its supplemental displays feature Shigemura’s story and many others. On display are memoirs, letters, artist books, photographs and more.

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Carleton SAAC increases membership totals

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

Time will tell how much of an impact Carleton’s SAAC will have for student-athletes on campus. However, the growing membership totals from this year alone has been a big improvement from years past, and represents a huge step in making Carleton’s SAAC more active and influential.

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President Winfrey: Politics and entertainment

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

While you might be expecting me to continue to wax poetic about Oprah’s brilliance and her seemingly superhuman ability to connect, please bear with me as this piece takes a sharp political turn.

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Pink hats aren't enough: Moving forward from 2017

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

Women have been telling these stories for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. It didn't take Trump's election for women to start talking about sexism in society.

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Former skinhead convocation speaker sparks campus debate

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

Former white supremacist Arno Michaelis will be speaking at convocation on sixth Friday, Feb. 9.

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Pipe bursts in Sayles-Hill, campus adjusts

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

“We were really impressed with how the campus community pulled together to get Sayles back online; there were many unsung heroes last week who went above and beyond, including Facilities, Campus Services and ITS. For the most part, folks were very understanding and patient with the setback. This disaster highlighted just how vital the Sayles-Hill Campus Center and its services are to Carleton.”

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Time's up for white women's complicity

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

If we are to move forward, we need white women to acknowledge their privilege and their complicity in structures of power. How do we reach the women in Alabama and across the U.S. that vote for sexual harassers and abusers? I’m not sure. I do know that it needs to be done while we work with women who have been consistently fighting for equality, safety, and respect. We cannot sweep the wrongs women (especially white women) do under the rug for the sake of uplifting an ideal vision of “women.”

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The Year of the Woman hoax

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

Labeling 2017 as the Year of the Woman is a big statement. The label “Year of the Woman” was first popularly used in 1992 after many female senators were elected. It has since been used, especially in 2017, to recognize the rise and importance of women in politics and society as a whole. The year 2017 saw enormous marches all over the nation to draw attention to and fight for the rights of women. In moments like those I believed in the slogan, and will always believe in the power of women. But I have to question, has there ever really been a Year of the Woman?

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Here's to 2018

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

There’s no way 2018 can be so bad.



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Carleton not affected by Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Carletonian - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 12:00pm

Carleton "dodged a bullet," Montero says on Act

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Northfield, Dundas police arrest two of state's drunkest drivers in late 2017

Northfield News - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 11:30am
In the final quarter of 2017, Northfield and Dundas police departments reported DWI arrests with blood alcohol levels among the highest found across the state.
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Stu Voigt

KYMN Radio - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 11:07am

Former Minnesota Viking Stu Voigt talks with Wayne about the present Minnesota Vikings team, their upcoming playoff game on Sunday and his predictions for the teams that will be in the Super Bowl. Stu Voigt 0101218    

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Corrine Smith and Richard DeBeau

KYMN Radio - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 10:20am

Corrine Smith and Richard DeBeau of the Northfield Human Rights Commission talk about the work of the Commission and the upcoming annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration being held on Monday, January 15, 7:00 p.m. at Emmaus Church.  Jennifer Lompart will be presented with the Human Rights Award and she and Sarah Swan McDonald will

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Northfield Senior Center moves forward as FiftyNorth

Northfield News - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 10:15am
The Northfield Senior Center might be the best kept secret in town but its staff and members want to change that.
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ArtZany: God Girl performed at the Arts Guild

KYMN Radio - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 10:03am

Today in the ArtZany! Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes from the next Arts Guild theater production God Girl: playwright Kristine Holmgren, stage manager and assistant director Dave Flynn, and actors Jacqueline Radtke, and Kevin Chapman. This powerful play explores the hard work, humor, and heartbreak experienced by the first brave women who dared smash the

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Diane Pearsall is Making A Difference

Northfield Healthy Community Initiative - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 9:00am

Northfield Healthy Community Initiative (HCI) recently recognized HealthFinders volunteer Diane Pearsall with the “Making A Difference” award for investment of her time and her heart into our community. The award is given to community members or organizations that help make Northfield an even better place for young people.

HealthFinders Collaborative — with offices in Northfield and Faribault — offers medical and dental care, along with wellness education, to community members with limited access to such services. Because HealthFinders meets the needs of a diverse population of clients, it relies on volunteers for services such as language interpretation.

A recently retired Carleton Spanish professor, Diane volunteers her time as a HealthFinders volunteer interpreter twice weekly. Diane received numerous nominations for this award. Natalie Marfleet, project lead at HealthFinders, noted, “Diane is our longest-serving, most dependable Spanish interpreter. She stays calm even during stressful patient visits and does her best to ensure patients fully understand what the doctor or nurse has said to them.”

Emily Carroll, nurse practitioner at HealthFinders, added that “Diane’s consideration and care for our patients – young and old – is outstanding and her generous spirit and good nature lifts everyone’s mood even during the busiest clinics.”

Diane’s dedication to HealthFinders patients and to our community is obvious. “Our patients love how she interacts with them; she is truly a blessing,” summed up another nominator.

The Northfield Healthy Community Initiative and the Northfield News present the Making a Difference Award cooperatively. If you know an individual or group that you would like to nominate for this award, visit for nomination guidelines and the easy-to-complete application, or find HCI on Facebook. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and are selected by a review team of HCI board members and local youth.

By Cheryl Strike

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HRC prepares for MLK celebrations, honors Lompart with Human Rights Award

Northfield News - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 6:00am
Few holidays embody human rights like Martin Luther King Jr. Day, so with the nationwide commemoration taking place Monday, the Northfield Human Rights Commission is prepared to celebrate.
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Growing in the New Year!

Daffodil Bulbs being forced in a vase.

Oh! It’s cold! The brief respite from the deep freeze last week, while welcomed, has just made its return that much harder! So, to soften the blow of that drifting snow, I pulled out all the stops! I paged through my favorite seed catalog, read the latest edition of Northern Gardener Magazine, drooled over all the new and exciting perennials, (stay tuned for more about those), and pulled the daffodil bulbs out of the crisper drawer of my refrigerator. I must admit I was feeling quite pleased with myself for squirreling them away indoors to be forced this winter. So begins the 2018 growing season. Not out in the yard, not in the greenhouse. But quietly and simply, with snow falling out the window, at my warm kitchen table, in lists and notes, seed orders, and daffodil bulbs.

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