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Recent News Stories
- Top StoriesBizTimes Media recognized Carthage President John Swallow and Vice President Abigail Hanna for the regional honor in January 2023.Read “Two Carthage executives honored as ‘Notable Leaders in Higher Education’”
- Stories of Impact,Top StoriesThe Carthage community is grieving for Mrs. Anderson, who passed away Jan. 15 at age 96.Read “In memory of Irma Anderson ’48, last of the Carthage ‘Legacy Ladies’”
- Top StoriesSucceeding Nate Stewart as director of athletics, Ryan Kane will begin his duties with the Firebirds on April 1, 2023.Read “Carthage names Ryan Kane new athletic director”
- Community,Top StoriesThe unexpected loss of Professor Yuri Maltsev is being felt throughout the Carthage community and worldwide.Read “Carthage mourns the loss of Professor Yuri Maltsev”
- Academics,Innovation,Research,Stories of ImpactA visionary individual can certainly set the tone, but lone wolves don’t survive very long in the modern world. The successful ones tend to travel in packs.Read “In search of the big idea: Breakthroughs hinge on teamwork in reimagined entrepreneurship program”
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “Attend the opening reception of the ‘Constitutional’ art exhibit Thursday”
Carthage presents the art exhibit “Constitutional,” featuring the works of Christine Wuenschel, an artist who uses the human body as inspiration.
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “The Business and Professional Coalition presents a mental health panel Feb. 15”
Carthage’s Business and Professional Coalition proudly presents “Caring for the Community: Creating a Culture of Mental Health” Wednesday, Feb. 15.
- The Bridge: ArtsOn Jan. 26-28, Carthage hosted an arts symposium to showcase its new collection of Soviet-era artwork.Read “See photos from the Art Symposium: Beauty in Expression”
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Prof. Adrianna Jones M.M. ’22 directs ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ in downtown Kenosha”
See the classic play by Lorraine Hansberry, ‘A Raisin in the Sun,’ performing in downtown Kenosha Feb. 24-26 and March 3-5, and directed by Carthage’s own Prof. Adrianna Jones ’22.
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Prof. Rick Bingen ’15 premieres new play in Milwaukee”
Computer science professor writes time-traveling Shakespearean comedy, set to premiere in Milwaukee.
- Sheb Muhammad ’98, M.Ed. ’09, has made a mark at Carthage far beyond his years as a student.Read “The humble advocate: Sheb Muhammad ’98, M.Ed. ’09”