Recent News Stories
- Top StoriesAs the winner of the Distinguished Senior Award, Kenosha native Natalie Lall ’22 will give the senior class address on May 20.Read “Meet the 2022 Distinguished Senior: Natalie Lall”
- 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”
- The Bridge: Campus NewsCarthage College welcomed playwright Elyzabeth Wilder for a residency Feb. 17- 20. Ms. Wilder is the Tennessee Williams playwright in residence at Sewanee: The University of the South.Read “Tennessee Williams Playwright-in-Residence visits Carthage”
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: Arts
Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday: See the English Players perform scenes from ‘As You Like It’ TODAYRead “Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday: See the English Players perform scenes from ‘As You Like It’ TODAY”
Please join us in celebrating (belatedly) William Shakespeare’s birthday by watching the English Players preform scenes from “As You Like It.”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “The Office of Performing and Visual Arts is hiring”
The Office of Performing and Visual Arts is looking to fill positions for the 2022-23 season. Apply now on Handshake.
- The Bridge: ArtsAuditions will take place from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday, May 9, in the Studio Theatre.Read “Audition notice: Sign up to audition for the fall production of ‘Antigone’ Monday”
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “CANCELED: ‘Something Rotten!’ Thursday through Saturday”
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Carthage Theatre Department has made the difficult decision to cancel the performances of “Something Rotten!” scheduled for May 5-7.
- The Bridge: News for Students,Top StoriesHere’s a look at what’s happening on campus this weekend! For a full list of events, check out our online calendar.Read “This weekend at Carthage: May Madness, Carthage Con, and more!”
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “The Business of Art: Exploring Opportunities in Arts Administration Thursday”
Join us at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28, in the Todd Wehr Center 128 A and B for free dinner and conversations about exploring career paths.
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “Visit a world in which fear is inescapable: See ‘Big Guns’ TODAY and tomorrow”
“Big Guns” is about the moment just before — the moment before violence, the moment before the very thing to be feared rears its ugly head.
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “‘Away from the Mirror’ opens TODAY! Get tickets now”
“Away from the Mirror” is a beautiful exploration of what it means to be a dancer today, what it takes to bring new dance work to life, and what drives us to dance in the first place.
- Academics,Student Achievements,Top StoriesCarthage released a video recording of “Frontline,” an original play drawn directly from the words of front-line health care workers during the pandemic.Read “VIDEO PREMIERE: Carthage theatre project shows COVID through health care workers’ eyes”
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “See ‘Constellations’ this weekend! Get tickets now”
In “Constellations,” Marianne and Roland’s relationship explores all the possible paths a lifetime can have, and the power of decisions. Get tickets for the showings on March 24-26.
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “See ‘The Revolutionists’ this weekend! Get your tickets now”
Both darkly hilarious and rebellious, “The Revolutionists” is about legacy, terrorism, feminism, and friendship.