The Carthage community is mourning the death of freshman Courtland Cornelius, a first-year student and member of the Carthage track and field team.
Award-winning New Tradition Chorus will hold a concert at 7 p.m., on Saturday, June 9, in the A. F. Siebert Chapel. This event is free an open to the public. The hour-long show will feature chorus of 50 men and two quartets.
Enactus finished third in their division at the national exposition held May 20-22, in Kansas City. This exposition is considered to be the premier Enactus event which provides a unique cross-generational leadership experience for students, academic and business leaders. The three top teams were recognized on stage during this event. Congratulations, Enactus!
Late Night Breakfast was held on Sunday, May 20. Thank you to everyone who participated and volunteered!
Here are the hours of operation for Dining Services through Commencement weekend.
Telephone system maintenance will take place beginning at noon on Thursday, May 31. Phone service will be disrupted. Please plan accordingly.
Are you interested in running the MyCarthage Instagram account for a week? We have openings throughout the summer! We want to see where this summer takes you.
Sign up to attend a spring training session in how to use Schoology, the new learning management system for Carthage. Upcoming sessions are scheduled for May 30 and 31.
The Bookstore will be open during Commencement weekend.
The large parking lot shuttle will run at regularly scheduled times and routes through Saturday, May 26. On Sunday, the shuttle will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. to get students and families to and from the off campus parking lots to campus for Commencement. Carthage shuttle service will conclude for the summer at 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Congratulations to the Carthage Class of 2018! What’s next for our seniors? Our graduates have big plans — many of which are already in place before they walk across the stage during commencement.
Carthage will have a new Learning Management System starting this fall. The new LMS, powered by Schoology, will give professors and students new ways to create innovative teaching and learning opportunities.
The United Women of Color and friends of the organization gathered May 20 to celebrate sisterhood.
Cameron Swallow is on a “Welcome Home Tour” as she gets to know Kenosha. Read about her visits to Tenuta’s Delicatessen and Renzo’s Pizzeria and Trattoria.
The league office has announced that Herman Abban and Daniel Moore have been named to the 2018 All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Men’s Tennis Team, and Herman has been named Player of the Year.