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- Top StoriesHeld on campus each fall, the conference is an important element of Carthage’s career development sequence, The Aspire Program.Read “Six career pointers from the 2022 Aspire Conference”
- Alumni News,CommunityOur community came together to nearly triple our fundraising goal this Giving Tuesday!Read “Over $50K raised in support of students on Giving Tuesday!”
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “Get tickets to the Christmas Festival buffet dinner”
Carthage invites the community to celebrate the holiday season with the annual Carthage Christmas Festival buffet.
- The Bridge: KudosFor the second-straight year, junior student-athlete Mickey Reilly has earned a spot on the NCAA Division III All-Region Team by United Soccer Coaches.Read “Mickey Reilly ’24 takes spot on United Soccer Coaches Men’s All-Region VIII Second Team”
- Top StoriesSixteen Model United Nations (UN) students, accompanied by Professor Jeffrey Roberg, traveled to Chicago to compete in the American Model United Nations (AMUN) Conference.Read “Carthage Model United Nations competes in Chicago conference”
- The Bridge: ArtsRead “Gather for Carthage Christmas Festival Watch Parties”
Gather your friends and family together in your home, prepare some tasty holiday treats, and view the most celebrated event of the year on our livestream!
- The Bridge: Campus NewsNovember is a month to recognize, celebrate, and learn more about Native American culture. Learn about the events happening at Carthage to celebrate Native American heritage.Read “Carthage celebrates Native American Heritage Month!”
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “Pay it forward this Giving Tuesday by supporting Carthage scholarships”
Now through Tuesday, Nov. 29, we are challenging the Carthage community to raise $17,500 in honor of Carthage’s 175th birthday.
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “The Front Office learns from Minnesota Wild President Matt Majka”
Students from The Front Office, Carthage’s sports management student organization, had the opportunity to hear from Matt Majka, president and alternate governor for the Minnesota Wild NHL team.
- Through a special partnership with LMI Packaging and Colbert Packaging, both based in Kenosha, Carthage students have the opportunity to earn $12/hour along with access to other special benefits.Read “Special partnerships lead to part-time jobs”
This group exhibition features the best of the Midwest printmakers. As Midwest is best, so too is this display of art, including relief prints, mono prints, intaglio, lithographs, silkscreens, and letterpress.
“Timed Perspectives” explores visual themes related to time: time-lapse, things changed by time, impacts of time, and time in the past, present, and/or future.
To celebrate the completion of their senior thesis projects, graduating Carthage studio art majors present a group exhibition of their work in a variety of media.