Carthage speakers to detail roots of Rohingya humanitarian crisis https://t.co/PAq1TsJtkAOctober 15, 2018 at 2:43 pm
Attend an information session for the J-Term study tour “Art, Theatre and Culture in Chicago.” This Carthage Symposium explores the cultural riches of Chicago’s art and theatre in six all-day visits.
We are looking for student performers to audition to be part of the second annual Heels for Hope Charity Drag Show to raise money and awareness for at-risk LGBTQ+ youth in the Milwaukee area.
Faculty and staff are invited to join us for Tech Tuesday Lunch and Learns!
Are you registered to vote for the midterm election? Register to vote at Hedberg Library. The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 17.
“The Taming,” written by American playwright Lauren Gunderson and directed by Carthage alumnus Mitch Weindorf ’13, is a political comedy which takes its inspiration from Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.”
Homemade baked goods, favorite snacks, daily essentials—What are your favorite items you’ve received in a care package from home? We want to know! Your response might be used in a feature on the Carthage website!
Merely Players Improv Comedy presents: “Hey Drac, You ‘Prov?”
Richard Lange, a Carthage alumni and lifelong educator, will be presenting to future teachers at Carthage about resume building tips tailored for teaching applications and hiring superintendents needs.
Nike, Under Armour, car decals, and magnets on sale this week for 25% off!
Three public relations students accepted to Midwest Undergraduate Conference in the Humanities.
As part of its series on philosophy and mental health, Carthage Philosophy presents a talk by Professor Mary Elliott from the Nursing Department on spirituality and mental health.
A Hannibal Lecture on Plato’s “Republic” will be delivered by Dr. Paul Diduch University of Colorado Boulder.
Take some time to “ReNew” yourself on Tuesdays at in A. F. Siebert Chapel.
The Office of Student Involvement field trip to the Illinois Holocaust Museum, originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 20, has been moved to Saturday, Nov. 10.
Here are the Student Government minutes of our past three meetings.
Students, staff, and faculty: Tell us how you chose your major!
Did you change your major multiple times? Did it take you a while to figure out what you wanted to be when you “grew up,” or did you always know what your major would be? We want to know how you chose your major!
Department assistant position available in Office of Residential Life
The Office of Residential Life is hiring student department assistants for fall 2018! Department assistants provide customer service and act as a resource for students, parents, faculty, staff, and visitors, as well as perform general office duties.
Campus community: Be aware of email phishing scams
Please be aware of email phishing scams that make there way into college inboxes. Often times, these emails have subject lines enticing to staff, faculty, and especially students.
Carthage set to celebrate 150 years of women
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!