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Making Lemon Aide from Covid Lemons
I explain how I filled my time building questionnaires to address police brutality and employee embezzlement when my diagnostic contracts with the government were frozen.
Carleton's Class of 1969 Makerspace Produces PPE for Local Health Care Workers
A video linked on the Carleton Reunion 2020 homepage that details how Carleton's Makerspace "uses its 3-D printers to produce face shields and mask extenders for local health care workers during the COVID-19 epidemic."
Reunion 2020: Interfaith Service
This video is linked on the Carleton College Reunion 2020 homepage. The caption of the page is, "As College Chaplain Carolyn Fure-Slocum '82 remarks, the Interfaith Service at Reunion 'has always been important for many alumni to remember those…
June 20, 2020: Virtual Reunion message from Carleton
The video's caption explains, "click the video above to watch a message from Carleton." The video includes messages from college President Steven Poskanzer, Karen Schilling '79, chair of the Alumni Annual Fund Board and Derek Fried '93, president of…
The Distance: A newsletter from the Carletonian | May 2
This newsletter includes all the weekly articles published by The Carletonian, as well as a few features geared towards the fact that the majority of Carls are off-campus. File includes newsletter and full articles. Found online at:…
Zaya Vijil - Written Story
This is a brief written story about Zaya's experience during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Empty Bowls 2020: Willy Lee
Carleton alum Willy Lee '97 (and studio art major) posted on Instagram for empty bowls.Post text: "Pulled out my favorite #emptyBowls for today’s virtual #carletonEmptyBowls @carletonceramics and sent my $20Images: bottom of ceramic bowl marked…
Empty Bowls 2020: Justine Szafran
Instagram post from Carleton alum and staff member for Virtual Empty Bowls.Post text: "It’s empty bowls Friday! Normally we would be out celebrating with soup and handmade bowls on the bald spot. These are some bowls I made last term. The Northfield…