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Thank you very much for joining and supporting Bunkasai, Carthage Japanese Cultural Festival 2017!
A new sculpture for the College made possible by Betsy Brown.
Professor Wael Farouk has been selected by the Manhattan School of Music to have his portrait featured on a wall of distinguished graduates in the school’s Mikowsky Recital Hall. The portrait of Prof. Farouk was taken in the A. F. Siebert Chapel.
Here are the TARC’s hours for Thanksgiving break.
Douglas Arion, professor of entrepreneurship and of physics and astronomy, conducted a series of talks and workshops on innovation and entrepreneurship education in the sciences at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts.
Hedberg Library has special hours for Thanksgiving break beginning on Saturday, Nov.18.
The Fine Arts Box Office will be closed starting Friday, Nov. 17 for Thanksgiving break and will open for regular hours starting Tuesday, Nov. 28. Tickets are available 24/7 at carthage.edu/tickets.
Do you want to know which Dining Services locations will be open during Thanksgiving break? Check out this list!
Please note the parking changes that will need to take place during Thanksgiving break.
The Carthage residence halls and apartments will close to all students at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17, for Thanksgiving Break. All students must be out of Carthage housing at that time unless they have applied for, and been given specific permission by the Office of Residential Life.
Get a head start on financial aid for next year. You can submit your FAFSA now!
Over the past 30 days, the Carthage community came together to generously support six student-focused projects in the College’s first-ever crowdfunding challenge.
Hailey Morgan, Carthage Activities Board’s Director of Event Management, has been selected to present at the National Association for Campus Activities Convention in Boston.
Join us for Teaching Commons: “Conducting SoTL Research in our Classrooms” from 4 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 12 in Hedberg Library, Room 223.
Are you interested in leading a J-Term study tour? Are you wondering how to enhance your current tour? Learn more and share your own ideas from 4 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7 in Hedberg Library, Room 223.