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  • Happy Thanksgiving!
    November 21
    Thanksgiving Break is Nov. 20-26. Here’s a look at what will be open on campus during Thanksgiving Break. Happy Thanksgiving!
  • Happy Thanksgiving!
    November 17
    It’s the season of thanks, so we asked members of the Carthage community “what are you thankful for and why?” We also asked them for their favorite Thanksgiving dishes (though everyone wanted to keep their recipes secret).
  • Thank-a-Carthaginian Day is today!
    November 15
    Today, Thank-a-Carthaginian Day, is the final day of the Crowdfunding Challenge. With many of the projects nearing completion, we still need your help!
  • 'The Saint John's Bible' exhibit is now open through Dec. 15 in the H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art.
    November 12
    The H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art presents “The Saint John’s Bible” through Dec. 15. Scheduled in coordination with the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the exhibition consists of 25 prints on loan from the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library. The illuminated pages of scripture feature embellishments of gold and platinum leaf, vibrant colors, and delicate calligraphy.
  • Jesse McCartney will perform at Carthage Nov. 9. Do you have your tickets?
    November 7
    Songwriter and actor Jesse McCartney, who was a household name among teens and tweens in the early 2000s for his smash hit “Beautiful Soul,” will perform an exclusive show for Carthage students only on Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Todd Wehr Center Jockey Club Rooms.
  • Boo Bash 2017
    October 31
    Tribeta, the Biology honors society, hosted their annual Boo Bash on Thursday, Oct. 26. Biology classes came together to carve bio themed pumpkins and enjoy fellowship, pizza, and candy. They had a spooktacular time!
  • Students enjoyed a memorable trek to the annual Shakespeare Festival in Ontario.
    October 22
    A group of Carthaginians took a 10-hour trek to Ontario for the annual Stratford Festival. Their stay was jam-packed with six performances, a tour of the costume warehouse, the chance to witness a set change-over, and time to explore Stratford.
  • SURE students and Professor Angela Dassow studied wolf vocalizations in summer 2017.
    October 2
    Caitlin McCombe ’20 and Cara Hull ’19 sharpened their howling skills in the field to study wolf vocalizations with Professor Angela Dassow.
  • April 22
    Coming next year to the Main Stage