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  • As we move forward in this new era, all Carthage community members — students, faculty, and staff — and campus visitors are expected to take steps to reduce risk for everyone. View #StaySafeCarthage practices

    As we move forward in this new era, all Carthage community members — students, faculty, and staff — and campus visitors are expected to take steps to reduce risk for everyone. View #StaySafeCarthage practices

  • Carthage’s Intercultural Center for Equity, Advocacy, and Engagement opened its doors on Oct. 28 to support the next generation of Carthage students. Learn more

    Carthage’s Intercultural Center for Equity, Advocacy, and Engagement opened its doors on Oct. 28 to support the next generation of Carthage students. Learn more

  • Submissions are now open for the Global Heritage Competition! The competition is held annually to honor exceptional work on projects with a focus on non-Western traditions and peoples. Submissions are due Wednesday, Feb. 22. Learn more

    Submissions are now open for the Global Heritage Competition! The competition is held annually to honor exceptional work on projects with a focus on non-Western traditions and peoples. Submissions are due Wednesday, Feb. 22. Learn more

  • The Carthage Music Theatre Workshop presents “Ride the Cyclone,” with music and lyrics by Brooke Maxwell and Jacob Richmond, and directed by Professor Magdalene Spanuello, Feb. 5-7 available on ShowShare. Learn more

    The Carthage Music Theatre Workshop presents “Ride the Cyclone,” with music and lyrics by Brooke Maxwell and Jacob Richmond, and directed by Professor Magdalene Spanuello, Feb. 5-7 available on ShowShare. Learn more

  • The COVID-19 and Sense of Smell Study will pay those who test positive for COVID-19 to answer some questions and test their sense of smell (in an easy, non-evasive way). Learn more

    The COVID-19 and Sense of Smell Study will pay those who test positive for COVID-19 to answer some questions and test their sense of smell (in an easy, non-evasive way). Learn more

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  • Innovative data science major now available
    Data science is now offered as a major in addition to the existing minor, preparing graduates for opportunities in a contemporary field that is in high demand. Learn more

  • Carthage develops new social justice minor 
    A new minor in social justice covers much of Carthage’s social work curriculum without the in-depth field work required for the major. Learn more

     

  • Carthage installs Prof. Pat Pfaffle memorial sign
    Friends, former students, and colleagues honored Professor Pat Pfaffle’s memory by funding the installation of a way sign on campus. Learn more

  • Carthage opens Intercultural Center
    Carthage opened its new Intercultural Center on Oct. 23 to support the next generation of Carthage students in celebrating their social identities on campus. Learn more

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  • The mittens were a solid choice today. https://t.co/SYO5o0Hf1UJanuary 22, 2021 at 8:50 am

  • “Soaring. Smart. Precise.” “Brings to mind a majestic, strong, astute adversary and protector of Carthage and the Great Lakes.” “Strong, identifies with the beautiful lake setting — and hawks will attack geese!” https://t.co/It93GHsFpoJanuary 19, 2021 at 9:19 am

  • Donors have already contributed more than $500,000 this fiscal year to support an expanding list of equity and inclusion initiatives at Carthage. The donations were announced during a Martin Luther King Day celebration Monday, Jan. 18. https://t.co/jg6pZSBQUpJanuary 20, 2021 at 7:55 am