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  • President John Swallow
    Carthage President John Swallow released a video message to students, faculty, and staff following the announcement that remote teaching and learning would continue for the remainder of the semester.
  • A letter from Carthage College President John Swallow: Based on the latest directives from public health authorities — including an indefinite statewide ban on gatherings of 10 or more people — and our overriding determination to protect the campus community, we’ve made the difficult decision to continue remote instruction for the rest of the spring semester.
  • Jack Harris
    Friends and colleagues remember Jack Harris ’49, an admired and dedicated Carthaginian, who passed away March 9 at age 92.
  • Prominent designer Michael Bierut met virtually with students in the Graphic Design Senior Semina...
    With stay-home directives in place all over, Professor Laura Rodman Huaracha connected students in her Graphic Design Senior Seminar with Michael Bierut, a partner in the New York office of Pentagram.
  • A letter from Carthage President John Swallow
    First, to students: I know that the news these past few days has been surprising, deeply disappointing, and highly disconcerting for you. I know that it will be difficult to manage through this uncertainty and the new challenges each day will bring. Please know that all Carthage faculty and staff will work to help, to understand, and to adapt as best we can …