Historical Pandemics at Carleton

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Title

Historical Pandemics at Carleton

Description

A collection of materials relating to Carleton's responses to and experiences of epidemics and pandemics in the past.

Creator

Elizabeth Budd

Collection Items

Swine Flu outbreak requires diligence
An editorial in the Carletonian soon after initial news about H1N1 urging people to take the flu seriously.

Carleton prepares in case of H1N1 outbreak
An article in the student paper about Carleton's preparations for H1N1.

SWArticle: H1N1: What you should know
An article from Carleton's Student Wellness Advocates containing information about the H1N1 virus and prevention strategies.

Preparation for H1N1 underway
An update in the student paper about the preparations the college was taking in the face of the H1N1 virus.

Carletonian Security Blotter: October 16, 2009
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes two students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms, possibly H1N1.

Carletonian Security Blotter: October 23, 2009
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes three students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms, possibly H1N1.

Carletonian Security Blotter: October 30, 2009
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes nine students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms or breathing difficulty.

Carletonian Security Blotter: November 6, 2009
The college paper's Security Blotter during fall 2009 includes two students seeking further care for flu-like symptoms or breathing difficulty.

Students Going to Hamline Game Must Be Vaccinated
An article in the Carletonian during the 1924-1925 smallpox epidemic informing them that everyone planning to attend the football game against Hamline in St. Paul later that week must have the smallpox vaccine prior to attending.

Carleton College H1N1 Website
In response to the H1N1 outbreak, Carleton maintained a set of pages on their website dedicated to the flu and keeping the campus community informed.
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