Posts In Category

Campus

A pair of summer J-Term trips have yielded exciting historical discoveries, both here in the United States and abroad. ‘Field Techniques in Vertebrate Paleontology’ took Carthage students, as well as independent volunteers and students from Wheaton College to the Hell Creek Formation in Montana. The Hell Creek Formation stretches through …

Most Carthage students may agree that applying to college was a stressful process: GPA, essays and extracurricular activities. Upperclassmen studying pre-health, however,may argue that applying form medical school is even more stressful. The admissions processes can include an interview and a test. That is partly why the Pre-Health AdvisoryCommittee was created. Carthage’s Pre-Health AdvisoryCommittee is a panel of science professors …

As a supplement to classroom instruction and rigorous curriculum, Carthage is providing nursing students with hands-on experience in the form of a simulation lab. The lab is currently under construction on the ground floor of Lentz Hall. Since July, a 3,000 square-foot space on Lentz Hall’s ground floor has been …

The giant T-Rex looming in the entryway of Kenosha’s Dinosaur Discovery Museum at – tracts adults and children alike. Kids can see dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes, while adults can learn all sorts of things about dinosaurs. The Carthage Institute of Paleontology, located inside the Dinosaur Discovery Museum, is …

Starting this year, students have a new way to pay for food and supplies on campus: Carthage Cash. This new system allows students to use their Carthage ID as a debit card, which they can reload online. Currently, Carthage Cash is available for use at all eateries on campus as …

As the school year begins, Carthage welcomes home alumni. Over the past week, 30 organizations signed up to participate in CAB’s homecoming events. Monday, CAB hosted an all new event, Homecoming Kick-Off, where students could win prizes, eat free food and get henna tattoos. Tuesday, Organizations tested their Carthage knowledge …

Dear Reader,   You are now a college student. Congratulations! And welcome to campus. I hope your arrival was pleasant and your unpacking stressfree. I’m particularly excited that you have found a quiet moment to open this First Year edition of the Current’s newspaper.   The First Year Issue is …

At the start of last year, the newly renovated David A. Straz center opened its doors for Carthage students and staff to begin using its state of the art technology. For those benefiting from the expanding science and technology departments, you may also be interested in the continual expansion of …