The Distance: A newsletter from the Carletonian | May 23

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The Distance: A newsletter from the Carletonian | May 23


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:

SHAC sees success with transition to telehealth. By Amelia Broman
Supply chain breakdown and economic downturn hurt Northfield-area farmers. By Felipe Jimenez and Ryan Flanagan
A look back at 100 years of Carleton student representation. By Ellie Zimmerman and Zoe Pharo
"I've Got Enough of That": COVID in the Classroom, Part One. By Greta Hardy-Mittell
Gov. Walz announces phased reopening strategy, sparks controversy with legislators, nurses and churches. By Amelia Broman
Diary of a "successful" Carleton student: Why we need to broaden our understanding of mental illness and academic accommodations. By Evie Kortanek
Books in Quarantine. By Nicole Collins
Local uncharted waters report feeling overshadowed. By Katy Gilbertson
Saved by the Bellwort. By Tim Winter-Nelson for the Cole Student Naturalists


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The Carletonian, “The Distance: A newsletter from the Carletonian | May 23,” Carleton Covid-19 Archive, accessed October 30, 2020,