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On Saturday, March 4, the Cosplay and Pop Culture Club will host Carthage’s first Comic-Con. The event, which will take place in the TWC from noon until 6:00 p.m., will feature student panels discussing how popular culture relates academics. “Carthage Con is essentially just a way to bring the nerd …

“True, honest conversations.” David Chrisinger, professor of veteran’s studies, suggested that these are a way to bridge the divide that lives between veterans and civilians. Chrisinger and Martin McClendon, theater department chair and associate professor of theater at Carthage, led the audience through a night of staged readings, documentaries, videos …

In elementary and middle school, watching videos in class meant having the day off from lessons, but in college, videos are a great study tool, especially the way that French and Spanish professor Isabel Rivero-Vila is using them. Rivero-Vila always loved using videos to supplement her lessons in class, specifically …

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 …