Carthage College News

  • Submit to the Global Heritage Competition for a cash prize
    The Global Heritage Competition is held annually to honor exceptional work in projects with a focus on non-Western traditions and peoples. The competition offers three cash prizes: $250 for first prize, $150 for second prize, and $100 for third prize. more...
  • Greek dishes in The Caf
    Enjoy Greek dishes in The Caf for lunch on Friday, Jan. 24. more...
  • Enjoy Asian cuisine in The Red Zone Saturday
    Try something a little different on campus for lunch. There will be orange chicken, chicken, teriyaki, egg rolls, and more available outside of The Red Zone. more...
  • Glow-in-the-Dark Dodgeball Tournament TODAY
    Back by popular demand! Join CAB for another Glow-in-the-Dark Dodgeball Tournament. Just show up, and teams will be put together for you. more...
  • Faculty + Staff in The Caf TODAY
    The first Faculty and Staff in The Caf of 2020 is on Friday, Jan. 17. more...
  • The Writing Center is open during J-Term
    Looking for some help with a paper for your J-Term class? The Writing Center is open and eager to help. more...
  • Catholic Mass Sunday
    Attend Catholic Mass  at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19, in A. F. Siebert Chapel. more...
  • Prof. Isabel Rivero-Vilá to translate Netflix’s new Senegalese series
    Prof. Rivero-Vilá  to translate Netflix's new Senegalese series more...
  • This weekend at Carthage: Glow-in-the-Dark Dodgeball Tournament, men’s volleyball, and more
    Here's a look at what's happening on campus this weekend. For a full list of Carthage events, check out the online calendar. more...
  • Come to a night of comedy and hypnotism Saturday
    Join CAB for a unique night of comedy and hypnotism with Adam Grabowski and Chris Jones at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, in the Campbell Student Union auditorium. more...
  • Interested in athletic training? Major in allied health science
    Not intended as a standalone undergraduate major, the new Carthage AHS program is designed to serve as the three-year, pre-professional phase of an anticipated 3+2 Master of Athletic Training program. more...
  • A return home for new Carthage CFO
    Carthage has hired Tina M. Schmitz, an alumna from the Class of 2000, as its vice president for finance and administration and chief financial officer. She joined the staff in December, bringing to the College more than 25 years of experience in accounting, finance, and administration. more...
  • 2019 in Review: Tuition drops as Carthage rises
    We recap a significant year with a list of the College's top news stories from 2019. more...
  • #MyJobInSixPics: Going back home
    Carthage graduates are successful NASA engineers, doctors, lawyers, professors, designers, researchers, actors, and entrepreneurs. We've challenged our alumni to share six pics from their workplaces, to show exactly how achievable your dream career is when you aspire like a Carthaginian. more...