Bryanna Barerra ?19

    Bryanna Barrera

    Class Year: ’19

    Majors: English

    Current Hometown: Austin, Texas

    Job: 

    Doctoral Student/Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas at Austin

    “I never met a Carthage faculty member who did not welcome me into their office to discuss any ideas or concerns I had, and what I have gained from these conversations is invaluable.”

    Dana Ehrmann ?15

    Dana Ehrmann

    Class Year: ’15

    Majors: English and Film Studies

    Current Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Job: 

    Social Media Coordinator and Stand-up Comic

    “I remember my first tour of Carthage and being promised the world. I am thrilled to be able to say it delivered.”

    Grant Gosizk

    Grant Gosizk

    Class Year: ’12

    Majors: English and Creative Writing

    Current Hometown: Shorewood, Wisconsin

    Job: 

    Associate Lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and adjunct faculty at Carthage College and the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

    “All of our paths are circuitous. Don’t judge yourself according to anyone else’s metric.”

    Abby Kirby ?18

    Abby Kirby

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: English

    Current Hometown: McHenry, Illinois

    Job: 

    Graduate student in Media and Cinema Communications at DePaul University

    “Carthage promised me a family, and they delivered big time. I found a group of people who cared about something and then didn’t stop caring.”

    Jason Lund ?13

    Jason Lund

    Class Year: ’13

    Majors: Great Ideas, English

    Current Hometown: Waco, TX

    Job: 

    Ph.D Candidate at Baylor University 

    “I cannot put into words how grateful I am that I found Carthage.”

    Alyssa Padjen ?21

    Alyssa Padjen

    Class Year: ’21

    Majors: English

    Current Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin

    Job: 

    Chief Deputy County Clerk for Kenosha County

    “The skills I attained in my English courses have allowed me to be a well-rounded and creative professional. My professors also unveiled a level of self-confidence in me that has continued to serve me throughout my career.”

    Skye Rutherford ?18

    Skye Rutherford

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: English, Creative Writing

    Current Hometown: Janesville, WI

    Job: 

    English Teaching Assistant

    “At Carthage, I always felt like I had a community that harnessed my passions while still encouraging me to strive for more.”