The Distance: A newsletter from the Carletonian | October 25

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The Distance: A newsletter from the Carletonian | October 25


This newsletter includes all the weekly articles published by The Carletonian. File includes newsletter and full articles. Found online at:

Positive COVID-19 case in dining hall leads to eleven students quarantined without pay. By Ellie Zimmerman
COVID-19 testing fee for students who leave campus raises concerns of equity. By Hannah Davis
No Trump in Nofo: residents protest Eric Trump's visit. By Maya Hilty
CSA cultural fund initiative fails to pass campus-wide vote. By Sophia Quast
New Biology department PEER mentorship group aims to reduce the isolation of BIPOC students. By Naomi Lopez
Romance is not dead: Carls navigate the new hookup and dating scene in pandemic times. By Hannah Davis and Frances O'Grady
Bring-your-pet-to-school day is every day with Carleton professors. By Ellie Zimmerman
Northfield Women's March stresses the importance of civic engagement. By Maya Hilty
Local organization part of movement to stop Line 3. By Julia Luljak
A photographic look at sports practices around campus. By Ryan Flanagan
Carleton athletes initiate Speak Up Saturdays. By Lindsay Boettiger
As a staff member and alum - I'm so proud of you. By Don Smith
What it's like being Buddhist. By Saly Sirothphiphat
From disgruntled to satisfied: a progressive's journey with Joe Biden. By Aldo Polanco
Death, uncertainty, and microwaved eggs. By Saly Sirothphiphat
Life hack: five ways to use glue besides sticking things together. By Ben More
Michel Gluecault. By Jack Brown and Nicole Collins
Glue: Trivia n' Jokes. By Jack Brown and Nicole Collins
The Underwater Arb - ditching lead tackle. By Sydney Marie Jones


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