When you come to Carthage, you don’t just call campus home, you call Kenosha home. Here are eight Carthaginian Kenosha favorites: https://t.co/qKEpU6HGGJ https://t.co/rb0ye9mU0PApril 23, 2019 at 11:48 am
Instrumental music students at Carthage will present a concert that explores the balancing of environmental and industrial concerns in contemporary society at 7:30 p.m. on May 17 in the A. F. Siebert Chapel.
Don’t forget Interfaith Lunch this Thursday!
Professor Art Cyr sits down with Spectrum News 1 to discuss the presidential nomination process and what to expect as the 2020 presidential election approaches.
Carthage professor Thomas Carr, director of the Carthage Institute of Paleontology, weighs in on the recent discovery that a T.Rex specimen is available to purchase on eBay.
We still have room for three more teams to compete in the first annual faculty/staff badminton tournament!
In “Tomorrow,” film makers Melanie Laurent and Cryril Dion set out to showcase creative ways of viewing agriculture, economics, energy, and education.
Carthage is pleased to announce that Professor Anne Walke Cassidy is one of a select group of faculty members nationwide chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges to participate in a special week-long seminar on Teaching European Art in Context.
Carthage Activities Board, Advocates for Social Change, Black Student Union, and LGBT-SA will be showing “Moonlight” at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24 and Saturday, April 27 at 5:30 in the Campbell Student Union Auditorium.
Join Adventurers Anonymous in the celebration of Holi, an ancient Hindu festival also known as the Festival of Color.
Do you have a talent you would like to share or a wish to watch others use theirs? Carthage Activities Board is hosting Spring Family Weekend Open Mic Night at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 27 in the Tower Terrace.
Have you and your kids ever wanted to try out the climbing wall? Come try it this weekend!
Eco-Week will celebrate Earth Day with featured events each day. Help the Does promote environmental awareness and sustainability on campus, and raise money for the Arbor Day Foundation.
Come out and watch Carthage students showcase their various abilities and talents on Friday, April 26.
A new book by Tom Lentz ’63 has drawn praise as a timely reminder that people shouldn’t cling so tightly to political and religious beliefs that they scuttle the search for truth.
Rebekah Johnson, Assistant Professor and Chair of Exercise and Sport Science, presented at the national convention for health and physical educators last week in Tampa, Florida. She facilitated an “Idea Exchange” session on edTPA for physical education teacher candidates and faculty.
Save the date! First Aspire Conference to be held Sept. 26-27
The Aspire Conference will provide learning experiences for the campus community related to the core four components of The Aspire Program: career development, entrepreneurship, leadership, and creativity. Read more
The Tower wins statewide design award
Workshop Architects and designer Lindsay Lisowski received a Silver Award in the organization’s Excellence in Design contest for their work on The Tower Residence Hall. Only two educational buildings statewide received awards. Read more
Travel grants allow students of color to connect dots
The new Wiggan-Kenniebrew Experiential Learning Fund enabled 11 students to take international study tours during January Term 2019. Read more
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!