Carthage College News

  • German Table in the Caf Today
    Practice your German and get to know other German speakers at the German Table (Stammtisch). Meet today (and every Monday) at 11:45 by the TWC sofas and then head up to the Caf for lunch together.  more...
  • Theatre Alumni Staged Reading: ‘Room Service’ Sept. 21

    Carthage Theatre alumni from the 2010 cast of "Room Service" will return for a staged reading of the play at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21 in the Wartburg Theatre.

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  • Artist Herman Aguirre will give talk at UW-Parkside tonight in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month
    Begin your Hispanic Heritage Month by joining us in welcoming the exceptionally talented Chicago-based artist Herman Aguirre to UW-Parkside's Foundation Gallery. more...
  • Don’t miss magician and Carthage alumnus Bill Blagg ’02 at the Aspire Conference!
    The magic behind career-building is revealed at Carthage's first campus-wide conference. Magician and Carthage alumnus Bill Blagg '02 will use magic and storytelling to illustrate how Carthage fueled his rise to popularity as a magician. more...
  • Center for Faith and Spirituality men’s small group begins Wednesday

    The Center for Faith and Spirituality men's small group Bible study will be held from 8 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18. We will meet in the 1st Floor Lounge of Madrigrano and then move to Potente Chapel.

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  • Space still available for 2020 J-Term at Mandeure in eastern France
    Students are invited to apply for the 2020 archaeological excavation at Mandeure in eastern France. This 2020 J-term class will run for three weeks in August, 2020. more...
  • Visiting Writers Series celebrates 150 Years of Women at Carthage next Wednesday
    Carthage, its Creative Writing Program, and the English Department have benefited enormously from the leadership and creativity of women. Come join us at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the Niemann Media Theater to celebrate these contributions with readings of poetry and prose by alumnae and current and former faculty. more...
  • Carthage alumnus leads Janus Concert Series with eye toward diverse and non-traditional casting
    A true Carthaginian, Steve Hobe '15 struck his own path and co-created the Janus Concert Series, where he also serves as production manager. more...
  • Owen Lewer ’20 wins Best Poster Award at the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Conference
    Carthage biology major, Owen Lewer '20 recently took home the award for best poster at the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Conference. The poster outlines the undergraduate research project titled "Space Phage: Expanding an Undergraduate Course-based Research Experience." more...
  • Teaching Commons: Wagner Teaching Fellows Colloquium Oct. 2
    Carthage's first Wagner Teaching Fellows will discuss their research on new teaching practices. more...
  • Alumni share #MyJobInSixPics
    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...
  • Carthage Christmas Festival tickets go on sale Oct. 1
    Carthage invites the community to celebrate the joy of the holiday season at the annual Carthage Christmas Festival, three performances of readings and music Dec. 6-8 in the A. F. Siebert Chapel. more...
  • Faculty Friday: 5 minutes with Mark Petering
    Carthage professors are dedicated to teaching, but many also pursue high levels of scholarship outside of class. Mark Petering, Associate Professor of Music at Carthage, is an award-winning composer, honored by such organizations as the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), and the Society of Composers. more...
  • Carthage announces important dates for Commencement 2020
    Carthage will celebrate the Commencement of the Class of 2020 on Saturday, May 23, 2020. Festivities begin Thursday, May 21. more...