Carthage College News

  • Celebration of Scholars submissions due Monday
    Be part of the 2019 Celebration of Scholars poster exhibition. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit their scholarly and creative work by Monday, March 25. more...
  • Public Safety Program on Tuesday!
    Please join the Office of Public Safety and Coordinator for Prevention & Community Standards, Jessie Bingaman, for an educational program entitled "To Be Blunt". The program will take place in the Campbell Student Union Auditorium on Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm.  more...
  • Dr. Derek Greenfield: ‘Building Successful Teams to Achieve Dreams’ March 27
    The Carthage Muslim Student Association and the Black Student Union welcomes Dr. Derek Greenfield, a visionary speaker, consultant, and thought leader dedicated to inclusive excellence and positive change. more...
  • Visiting Writers Series hosts Julie Ezelle-Patton Tuesday
    On the evening of Tuesday, March 26, the Carthage Visiting Writers Series will host two events with the poet, artist, musician, curator, editor, teacher and more, Julie Ezelle-Patton. more...
  • Carthage to host Wisconsin Section of Mathematical Assoc. of America annual spring meeting April 12-13

    Carthage is hosting the Wisconsin Section of Mathematical Association of America's annual spring meeting April 12-13. More than 150 college professors and mathematics students across Wisconsin and northern Illinois are expected to attend.

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  • Need some midterm motivation? Visit the Writing Center
    Midterms and paper deadlines are looming! Schedule a visit to the Writing Center to get help on upcoming writing projects.  more...
  • Learn Spanish in Costa Rica during J-Term 2020, info session held March 28
    Learn more about an exciting upcoming J-Term study tour to Costa Rica to learn Spanish and Costa Rican culture. more...
  • Feeling ill? Hedberg Library has health information for you

    Do you have the sniffles and sneezes, and can't trust WebMD? Want to learn more about what the nurse or doctor told you? Check out the Library's collection of easy to understand and trusted health information.

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  • Urban Teacher Preparation Program hosting second annual event for RUSD students

    The Urban Teacher Preparation Program is hosting its second annual event for Racine Unified School District high school students. From 9:30 a.m. to noon on Thursday, March 28, RUSD students will tour the Carthage campus. There will be several breakout session and a wonderful keynote speaker.

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  • New poetry from Writer-in-Residence Prof. Richard Meier in Unearthed
    New poems by Professor Richard Meier are live in the new issue of the online journal Unearthed. The poems are from "TiP TOE SOT," a chapbook made last spring by Prof. Meier during and for the Senior Seminar. more...
  • Three Carthage students awarded NASA internships
    Celestine Ananda '20 and Megan Janiak '20, both physics majors, will work at NASA Kennedy Space Center during the summer of 2019. Nicholas Bartel '20 will serve as a Research Associate at the NASA Academy at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. more...
  • #Carthageviews Madness is back! Vote in the second matchup!
    It's March, so there has to a tournament of some kind right? more...
  • Announcing J-Term 2020 study tours! Where will you go?
    Where will you go during J-Term 2020? Carthage faculty have announced the following study tours for the 2019-2020 academic year. more...
  • A message to Carthage’s Muslim Community
    Carthage is a place where all students from every faith tradition, or no faith at all, are welcomed and valued members who add to the strong and rich fabric of our community. more...