The Distance: A Newsletter from the Carletonian | April 25

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The Distance: A Newsletter from the Carletonian | April 25


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

Drive-through voting, PPE donations, and a 63-person committee: Local institutions form cooperative COVID-19 response. By Sam Kwait-Spitzer
In the face of a COVID-hampered job market, Career Center reaches out to seniors, offers remote programming. By Katy Gilbertson
MN executive order allows 20,000 industrial and office-based businesses to return to work next week. By Amelia Broman
How to be a TikTok activist: A guide for the privileged. By Aldo Polanco
Dangerous parallels: Links worth noticing between COVID-19 and climate change. By Beck Woollen
How it feels to be a college nomad. By Marianne Gunnarsson
Coping with stagnation in the time of coronavirus. By Jacob Isaacs
Carleton announces 100% Off-Campus Study rate. By Greta Hardy-Mittell
Arb Notes: The buzz about pussy willows. By Samara Kroeger for the Cole Student Naturalists


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The Carletonian, “The Distance: A Newsletter from the Carletonian | April 25,” Carleton Covid-19 Archive, accessed October 30, 2020,