“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. https://t.co/eac3JvrQ2cJanuary 21, 2019 at 10:27 am
The final “Space Utilization and Needs Analysis” report is now available on Campus Master Planning website.
Carthage senior guard Bailey Gilbert ’19 was named Jan. 21 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) Women’s Basketball Player of the Week on Monday afternoon. This marks Gilbert’s first career CCIW Women’s Basketball Player of the Week honor, and the second-straight week a Lady Reds player earned the distinction.
This class will explore the research and trade strategy development experience on gap-fill and gap-reversal trading strategies in the corn, wheat, and soybean futures markets.
All are invited Feb. 18 for a conversation and book signing with the authors of the best-selling book “Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America.”
Read Professor Mimi Yang’s op-ed in the Kenosha News comparing the Great Wall of China with President Trump’s wall.
Looking for stuff to do this weekend? Hedberg Library has subscriptions to local papers in print and online so you can figure out the best places to go and things to see.
Join the sororities in decorating cookies and playing Kahoot! This pre-recruitment event is a great opportunity to meet people, eat delicious cookies, and have some fun.
Labor Economics class for spring 2019 has open seats remaining. Field trips to Kenosha Job Center, Foxconn Technology Group, and Local 72 of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America are being planned as a part of this class.
Brave the cold and raise money for Special Olympics Wisconsin at the 2019 Polar Plunge at Brat Stop.
Students are invited to participate in a community service event at the Shalom Center’s satellite soup kitchen at Grace Lutheran Church on Wednesday, Jan. 23.
Carthage Opera Workshop explores the topsy-turvy world of the legendary team of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Are you a senior graduating from Carthage this year? Have you already found a job or been accepted to grad school? If so, we want to hear about it!
The Office of Public Safety, in cooperation with the Nursing Program, will be holding training on barricading a room during an active shooter event.
Keep busy this J-Term with these scholarships!
Special thank you for all of the donations, both books and money, for the Cops ‘N Kids program.
Find out what on-campus events are happening during J-Term
Not going on a study tour during J-Term? No problem! There will be a ton of activities on (and off) campus for you to take part in.
H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art presents: ‘Junior Intercollegiate Exchange Show’
Carthage studio art majors’ work will be displayed at Lawrence University’s Mudd Gallery, and Lawrence University art students’ work will be displayed in the H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art. The exhibits will be on display from Jan. 9-31.
From lakeside study spots to jet-setting study tours, the Carthage experience goes beyond the classroom. Be sure to check out The List to learn more about Carthage classes, programs, facilities, and opportunities.
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MyCarthage on Instagram is completely controlled by a different student every week. Check it out.
Carthage set to celebrate 150 years of women
In 2020, Carthage will celebrate 150 years of women at Carthage. In recognition of this important anniversary, Carthage will host a year-long celebration beginning July 1, 2019.
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!