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Recent News Stories
- Top StoriesCarthage invites the community to celebrate the holiday season with the 149th Annual Carthage Christmas Festival!Read “This weekend at Carthage: It’s the 149th Annual Carthage Christmas Festival!”
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Braden Kundert ’21 selected to clerk for federal judge”
Braden Kundert ’21 has been appointed to clerk for Hon. John Kazen of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas in Laredo.
- Innovation,Student Achievements,Top StoriesMore than a student organization, Velocity is a fully operational firm in which students work on projects for local and national companies.Read “Velocity Consulting gives Carthage students customizable work experience”
- Community,Stories of Impact,The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “HARIBO and Boys and Girls Club enjoy Carthage football game”
Carthage was pleased to host both HARIBO and the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha on Oct. 7 for the 2nd annual HARIBO Invitational.
- Top StoriesGenerous donations led to Wiers Family Stadium and Barbara Madrigrano Field, matching the championship caliber of all other Carthage Athletics facilities.Read “Carthage opens first-class softball stadium”
- The donated items include hand tools, workbenches, and storage cabinets. Already this fall, Carthage students are putting the equipment to use in the Introduction to Engineering Design course.Read “Snap-on tool donation benefits Carthage Engineering”
- Top StoriesAfter the first phase of renovations in Lentz Hall, the facility welcomes its first engineering class in fall 2023.Read “Introducing the Engineering Center at Carthage”