News & Events
Recent News Stories
- Top StoriesCarthage invites the community to celebrate the holiday season with the 149th Annual Carthage Christmas Festival!Read “This weekend at Carthage: It’s the 149th Annual Carthage Christmas Festival!”
- Academics,Research,Student Achievements,Top StoriesCarthage students have the rare opportunity to study gravitational waves under the tutelage of physics professor Jean Quashnock.Read “Interested in studying intergalactic spacetime wiggles? You’ve come to the right place”
- The Bridge: KudosCarthage men’s soccer student-athletes Mickey Reilly and Aidan Crowder have been selected to this year’s All-Region Teams.Read “Mickey Reilly ’24 and Aidan Crowder ’24 take United Soccer Coaches Second Team honors”
- The Bridge: News for StudentsJoin Carthage Activities Board for our traditional Family Bingo night beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17!Read “CAB Presents: Family Bingo 2023 ‘Mo Bingo, Mo Better’ Dec. 17”
- The Bridge: KudosJulian Campbell ’25 has secured the Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) Student-Athlete of the Week honor for the first time this season.Read “Men’s basketball sophomore Julian Campbell ’26 grabs CCIW weekly honors”
- Stories of Impact,Student AchievementsEighteen Carthage Model United Nations students traveled to Chicago to compete in the American Model United Nations (AMUN) conference Nov. 18-21.Read “Model United Nations students tackle world problems at AMUN Conference”
- Top StoriesNew partnership with Slingshot will bring exciting benefits to Firebirds everywhere, including new spirit wear options and an equitable access program giving students an affordable, easy way to get all of their books and course materials.Read “New bookstore coming to Carthage in fall 2024!”
See an exhibition of 20th century landscape paintings curated from Carthage’s Samuel and Berry Shoen Collection of Soviet Art.
Come celebrate the work of graduating Carthage studio art majors in this group exhibition.
Celebrate the joy of the holiday season with the Carthage community! See performances by the Carthage Choral and instrumental ensembles.