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  • Carthage in the News: June 2015
    News image Both ScienceWorks and the Microgravity Team gain national attention, a 40-year college dream is realized, and two professors talk soccer. more...
  • Career Services: Tips for a successful internship
    News image Summer internships are becoming a rite of passage for college students across the country. The Career Services Office would like to provide some advice to students and parents on how to make an internship a successful experience. more...
  • Carthage bat research informs listing of threatened species
    News image Drawing from data that Professor Deanna Byrnes and three summer 2014 researchers collected, federal wildlife officials have protected the northern long-eared bat. more...
  • Congratulations, Class of 2015! See Commencement photos
    Carthage celebrated Commencement Weekend May 21-24, 2015. more...

Carthage College Events

  • Tech Training Tuesdays: Data Privacy
    Event image On Tuesday July 7, LIS will present information on how to keep sensitive data private. more...
  • Kenosha Kingfish Baseball
    Event image Enjoy an all-you-can-eat-and-drink tailgate, then watch the Kingfish take on the Bullfrogs! more...

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Minor upgrade to my.carthage.edu completed

The bug-fix upgrade previously scheduled for Friday morning has been split into two smaller projects. One patch (fixing problems with the display of courses in the "All My Courses" section of eRacer) has been successfully installed. The remaining upgrade will be applied in the coming days.
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