News from Religion
Recent News Stories
- Academics,Student Achievements,Top StoriesOur graduates always have big plans — many of which were in place well before their commencement. Meet members of the Class of 2022 who were hired for full-time positions before they even graduated.Read “Hired Before Graduation: Carthage graduates share their plans”
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: KudosAbout forty-five Carthage students participated in an iftar (breaking of the fast) dinner organized by the Niagara Foundation at the Turkish American Society of Chicago.Read “Students learn about Ramadan at iftar dinner in Chicago”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsEveryone is invited to an Iftar dinner hosted by the Muslim Society Awareness/Association at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, at the Ehrler Hospitality Center in A. F. Siebert Chapel!Read “Muslim Society Awareness/Association invites students to Iftar Dinner tomorrow”
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsThe Religion Department and Peace Catalyst International invites the campus community to the film screening and discussion of “Accidental Courtesy.”Read “Movie and Discussion: See ‘Accidental Courtesy’ TODAY”
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “Ramadan Mubarak: Wishing a blessed Ramadan to all”
Learn about Ramadan, which started on Saturday, April 2.
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “J-Term Info Session: Experience Religion, Society, and Culture in Tanzania TODAY”
This study tour gives students the opportunity to immerse in the abundantly diverse social, cultural, religious, and natural surroundings of Tanzania. Learn more at an information session.
- Top StoriesAmir Hussain will visit Carthage and several local congregations March 3-6 as the 2022 Kenosha Interfaith Scholar in Residence.Read “Amir Hussain will visit Carthage as the 2022 Kenosha Interfaith Scholar in Residence”
- Students visited the Islamic Society of Midwest and Turkish American Society of Chicago on Nov. 7, as part of class activities for REL 3500 Christians and Muslims: Conflict vs. Dialogue.Read “Carthage students visit Islamic Society of Midwest and Turkish American Society of Chicago”
- Prof. Fatih Harpci presents research on neighbors, Muslim humanitarianism, and COVID-19.Read “Prof. Fatih Harpci publishes research in peer-reviewed journal and presents at conference”
- Carthage will offer a new minor in interfaith studies. Learn about the minor and its requirements.Read “Carthage launches new interfaith studies minor”