The Global Heritage Competition is held annually to honor exceptional work in projects with a focus on non-Western traditions and peoples. The competition offers three cash prizes: $250 for first prize, $150 for second prize, and $100 for third prize.
Enjoy Greek dishes in The Caf for lunch on Friday, Jan. 24.
Looking for some help with a paper for your J-Term class? The Writing Center is open and eager to help.
Attend Catholic Mass at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19, in A. F. Siebert Chapel.
Prof. Rivero-Vilá to translate Netflix’s new Senegalese series
Thanks for your donations to Luther’s Lunchbox in 2019.
The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released their preseason Women’s Indoor Track and Field National Rating Index on Jan. 15, with the Carthage women’s team coming in 10th.
Join us from 9 a.m. to noon Monday, Jan. 20 in the Jockey rooms of the Todd Wehr Center for our annual tribute to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
LifeKeys, a Carthage sponsored program, is available to all benefit-eligible faculty and staff.
Follow @carthagedining on Instagram and participate in a cross-campus scavenger hunt Jan. 14 through Jan. 21.
Join Special Olympics at Carthage on Saturday, Feb.1 at the Polar Plunge!
The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) released the Division III preseason poll on Jan. 15 with Carthage College picked fourth.
The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) released the results of their 2020 Men’s Volleyball Coaches’ Preseason Poll on Jan. 15, with the Carthage men’s volleyball picked to finish in first place.
Make sure you can vote this spring!
Adam Larson ’20 shares his story behind pursuing his childhood dream of paleontology.
Milwaukee Buck’s Peter Feigin to visit Carthage
Carthage welcomes Peter Feigin, president of the Milwaukee Bucks and Fiserv Forum, to campus on Tuesday, Feb. 18 for a courtside view of the business and strategy behind professional sports. Learn more
Carthage phone and computer wallpapers
Want to represent Carthage on your phone or computer? Now you can do that with these phone and computer backgrounds.
Carthage professor awarded $500,000 grant to continue NASA research project
A half-million-dollar grant awarded to Carthage Physics Professor Kevin Crosby is allowing space science students from Carthage to be part of an international effort to return to the moon. Learn more
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!