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September 2016

This October, an original, student-written and directed event will be premiering in the studio theatre: “Staged Reading: Not Enough.” Directing for her senior thesis has always been Claire Heronemus,’ ’16, goal as a theatre major. She started directing in high school and loved that the job combines every aspect of …

Three days for six plays, the ultimate challenge for students who attended the annual Stratford Shakespeare trip last weekend. In just over 72 hours, Carthage students and faculty attended six plays at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. The annual trip is organized by Associate Professor of English, Theater and Great Ideas …

In 1908, the Chicago Cubs won their second consecutive World Series and made history as the first team to go back-to-back for the ultimate baseball championship. 108 years later, we are still waiting for that title to make it back to the North Side. The Cubs had eight chances to …

On Sept. 19, Carthage introduced the “Industry Insider Series” with special guest Craig Leipold, owner of the National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild. His Carthage connection comes from his son Bradford Leipold, ‘19, a member of the men’s tennis team. Students, faculty, hockey fans and friends of the Leipold family were …

On top of the many new things on campus this school year is the student mural in the Hedberg Library. Completed this summer by Paul Salsieder, ’18, Art and Art History Major, the mural encompasses the theme of “Domains of Knowledge.” The mural was completed as part of the Summer …

Seven is an unlucky number in the cell phone industry, as both the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and iPhone 7 are troubling consumers. Samsung recalled their phones, as they are now suddenly catching fire, and iPhone users are already reporting trouble with the latest model. The Samsung Note fires are …

Both the Red Men and Lady Red Cross Country programs received quite the boost this season from their 9 and 11 freshmen runners, respectively, and arguably the most competitive conference at the Division III level. These young student-athletes know they can make the impact now and provide a strong base …

Just at the end of the 2016 Olympic games, two American athletes were tugged into the media circus because of inappropriate behavior during in Rio. US Women’s Soccer Goalie Hope Solo was suspended and later terminated for a display of bad sportsmanship after being defeated by Sweden. US Swimmer Ryan Lochte claimed to have been robbed at gun point. Later it …

The Hedberg Library is home to many helpful resources for students and staff. Recently, there have been some renovations and updates that make these resources more abundant and accessible. “LIS has been busy over the summer integrating new offices for the Writing Center, Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction, Student Accessibility Services, …

Since we’ve been gone over the summer, quite a lot has happened to our little green and blue earth. Here’s a brief recap of just a few of the events that happened in case you weren’t paying attention. 1. Puerto Rico amassed a large amount of debt over many years, …