Juan Alberto Gomez-Solis ?25

    Juan Alberto Gómez-Solis ’25

    Majors: Spanish and Biology

    Minors: Chemistry

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wisconsin

    “The professors have all been very generous and passionate about their teaching. I am very grateful they go above and beyond to ensure their students succeed in class! Many of them make the environment comfortable — where you can be your true self.”

    Emily Halfmann

    Emily Halfmann ’25

    Majors: Music, Musical Theatre, and Self Design Major in Directing

    Minors: Spanish

    Hometown: Peshtigo, Wisconsin

    “You are not a number at Carthage. The smaller programs allow you to form relationships with your peers, faculty, and staff that help you to learn and grow in a way that works best for you.”

    Serena Richardson ?24

    Serena Richardson ’24

    Majors: Spanish and Sociology

    Minors: Women’s and Gender Studies

    Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.

    “I recently went on a J-Term study tour to Peru called The Role of Tourism and its Effect on Women and the Environment in Peru. We studied the effects of tourism on both the environment and indigenous women. This trip was absolutely phenomenal!”

    Hailee Sundquist ?24

    Hailee Sundquist ’24

    Majors: Religion, Spanish

    Minors: Music

    Hometown: Cambridge, Wis.

    “I chose Carthage for its small class sizes, location, and the feel for a smaller more personable campus atmosphere.”

    Abigail Vagnoni

    Abigail Vagnoni ’26

    Majors: Marketing, Spanish

    Hometown: Aurora, Illinois

    “I chose Carthage because of the small campus size, affordability, and the opportunities I have to travel.”

    Connor Wiseman

    Connor Wiseman ’24

    Majors: Neuroscience

    Minors: Spanish and Chemistry

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wis.

    “I chose Carthage because of the homey atmosphere and small class sizes. The professors were so personable and welcoming. Carthage felt like a place where I could succeed and maximize my potential.”