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Carthage is looking for students to sing the National Anthem at sporting events throughout the 2019-20 season. Auditions must be submitted by midnight on Monday, Oct. 21.
A visual artist with a multimedia practice in film, video, sound and installation, Professor Jojin Van Winkle centers her research around the practice of listening, focusing on resilience and environmental stewardship. Her current work “The Destruction Project” is a multimedia, documentary-based project; it examines the roles of destruction in rural areas of the United States.
President Swallow will open his calendar for students to meet with him for 15-minute meetings from noon to 3 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28 at Einstein Bagels.
Carthage nursing students are working with Hoover Elementary to help provide sturdy hats and waterproof gloves to help prepare for the cold winter to come. Donations can be made in the Nursing Learning Lab in Lentz hall.
Carthage Dining Services wants to hear from you! We have a two-week long customer satisfaction survey available online. Each person who fills out a survey will be entered to win $100 in Carthage Cash!
We’re going back to the Moon and on to Mars. Why? How? What’s in it for me? What’s in it for the future of humanity? Want answers? Come to our live interactive discussion with senior NASA leadership and young professional from NASA as they answer YOUR questions about the coming NASA Artemis missions and how you can be involved.
On the Wednesdays and Thursdays listed below, the English Players welcome any interested members of the Carthage community to join us for a table read (dramatic reading) of “The Tempest.”
This is your once-a-year opportunity to make changes to your benefits, without a Qualifying Event.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion invites Carthage community members to attend the Diversity Leadership Summit on Oct. 23-25. Each day we will offer a variety of workshops at noon, 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Faculty are invited to apply for a Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Grant. Grant applications for consideration in the fall cycle are due by Wednesday, Oct. 23.
Classicist scholar and author Mary Beard addresses in one brave book the misogynists and trolls who mercilessly attack and demean women, including, very often, Mary herself. In “Women & Power,” she traces the origins of this misogyny to its ancient roots, examining the pitfalls of gender and the ways that history has mistreated strong women since time immemorial.
Learn about campus and community events aimed at promoting awareness around domestic violence.
Wear pink on Wednesdays in October with Alpha Phi Omega to show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Natural and Social Science needed for an eye-tracking experiment! The experiment is quick and easy, and you will be compensated with a Starbucks gift card!
6 pieces of the BEST advice for incoming freshmen
From exploring areas outside your major, to where to get help when you need it, current students have lots of advice for incoming freshmen. Find out what they recommend
The Perfect Major: 6 Strategies for Making the Right Choice
Finding the perfect major isn’t always easy. We asked Carthage students how they found the right major for them. Here is their advice.
Carthage set to celebrate 150 years of women
Starting in Fall 2019 and continuing through Fall 2020, Carthage will celebrate 150 years of enrolling women at Carthage. Learn more about the campaign.
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!