Stories of Impact

  • ‘Expand your world view’

    Veronica Hunter Moore ’05 was the first African American elected president of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors. “There is no growth in your comfort zone, so why allow yourself the ability to even dabble in mediocrity?” Read more

  • ‘That was her life.’

    Professor Alice Kibbe headed the Biology Department from 1920 to 1956. “Biology taught by Dr. Kibbe at Carthage was like taking oceanography from (Jacques) Cousteau.” Read more

  • ‘We don’t do no here’

    That was Irène Kraemer’s directive to her staff as dean of the School of Professional Studies. “L ife is too short to give up anything,” she once said. Read more