Recent News Stories
- The Bridge: News for StudentsCentrique is now accepting submissions for their 2023-24 literary magazine!Read “Submit your stories, art, photos, and more to Centrique by Oct. 13”
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Prof. Richard Meier featured presenter at the Harbor Springs Festival of the Book”
English Professor Richard Meier was a featured presenter at Harbor Springs Festival of the Book last weekend.
David Abel is a writer, editor, and curator, and the proprietor of Passages Bookshop in Portland, Ore. Hear him give a reading of his work.
Hear from author Chuck Stebelton and poet/photographer Christie Valentin-Bati.
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsAttend a Visiting Writers Series talk featuring poets Kate Colby and Professor Richard Meier.Read “Visiting Writers Series: Kate Colby and Richard Meier TODAY”
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsThe panel will discuss the historical context and recent attempts to ban and challenge books in schools and public libraries.Read “‘The Freedom to Read: The History and Threat of Book Banning’ TODAY”
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “J-Term Info Session: Writers in Context: Reading Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’ Wednesday”
Learn more about the 2024 J-Term study tour Writers in Context: Reading Jane Austen’s “Persuasion!”
- The Bridge: Campus News,The Bridge: News for Faculty & Staff,The Bridge: News for StudentsMeet members of the Class of 2023 who were hired for full-time positions or accepted to graduate school.Read “Hired Before Graduation: 2023 Carthage graduates share their plans”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Join Centrique Magazine for their Publication Premiere Night TODAY!”
Centrique Magazine invites the Carthage community to join us in celebrating our publication on our Premiere Night on May 1st from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm in the Jockey Rooms of the TWC!
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Deadline to submit entries to Carthage creative writing contests is TODAY”
Each year, as a memorial to professors M.E. Chapin, Wilma Tague, and Juanita Jones, the English Department awards three sets of prizes, in non-fiction prose, poetry, and narrative prose (fiction or non-fiction).