Carthage College News

  • Bookstore closed for Fall Break
    Bookstore closed for Fall Break - October 20-22nd, 2019. more...
  • Support a Carthage crowdfunding campaign
    From now through Nov. 15, Carthage his holding six crowdfunding campaigns that span all areas of campus, and impact all Carthage students. more...
  • Join us for the fifth annual Celebration of Mind on Oct. 26
    The Psi Chi Honors Society and the Psychological Science Department are pleased to present the 5th annual Martin Gardner Celebration of Mind at Carthage. more...
  • Faculty Friday: Five Minutes with Cassie Lau
    How did Carthage faculty find their paths to the front of the classroom? What drives them to teach? Learn more about your professors. more...
  • Mikah Meyer to speak at Carthage on Oct. 31

    Mikah is an inspirational speaker, musician, and comedic performer, encouraging others to follow their dreams before it's too late, be comfortable with their unique traits, and use those diverse skills to change the world.

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  • Volunteer with Carthage Cares at the Hour of Code event Dec. 2-13
    The Carthage Cares Program, in conjunction with Carolynn Friesch and the LIS team, will support Racine Unified School District's annual "Hour of Code" program. more...
  • Fine Arts Box Office closed for Fall Break
    The Fine Arts Box Office will be closed for Fall Break on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The Fine Arts Box Office will resume normal hours on Wednesday, Oct. 23. The Fine Arts Box Office is open noon to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays through Fridays. more...
  • Prof. Marilyn Ward to give educator’s book talk at Racine Barnes & Noble tomorrow
    Learn about new and exciting titles for your classrooms, sample delicious cafe treats, and receive giveaways from Barnes & Noble. more...
  • Stargaze at Griffin Observatory TONIGHT
    The Griffin Observatory atop of Kenosha's Kemper Center will be open to the public on Friday evenings, weather permitting, from Sept. 20 through the end of October. more...
  • Low ticket alert: Get your Christmas Festival tickets soon!
    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...
  • 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 hosts Black Alumni Network’s inaugural reunion
    Named for the College's first African-American female and male graduates, the Wiggan-Kenniebrew network celebrated during Homecoming 2019. more...
  • Carthage celebrates 150 years of Women with kickoff event
    Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members came together on Oct. 11 in A. F. Siebert Chapel for a celebratory kickoff event honoring 150 years of women enrolled at Carthage. more...
  • First Aspire Conference reveals magic behind career success
    Prominent alumni and other Carthaginians advised students on career development, entrepreneurship, leadership, and creativity during the two-day conference. more...