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  • songs — handbook — Campus Life — Carthage College
    near and far To thee their homage bring We see thee stand mid stately oaks Where gulls sweep through the air We watch the waves of Michigan Caress thy campus fair Our days in thy hallowed halls Alas too soon shall fly But we shall ever cherish thee With love that will not die Carthage Fight Song You ve got to fight fight fight for Carthage You ve got to

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  • hours — handbook — Campus Life — Carthage College
    Bookstore Mondays Thursdays 8 a m 6 p m Fridays 8 a m 4 30 p m Saturdays 9 a m 1 p m The above hours are effective when traditional classes are in session Watch for campus notices and the Bookstore website for holiday and special event hours Carthage College Hedberg Library Regular Hours Academic Year 2011 2012 September 7 2011 May 20 2012 Monday Thursday 7 30 a

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  • chapel — handbook — Campus Life — Carthage College
    Advising Clubs Student Handbook Chapel at Carthage Members of the Carthage Community students faculty and staff have the opportunity to gather several times each week for worship learning fellowship and mutual support The Chapel Series includes Wednesdays at 10 30 a m Worship followed by Holy Communion in Siebert Chapel Fridays at 10 30 a m A time of meditation held in the Fritsch Memorial Chapel Sundays at 10 pm

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  • career — handbook — Campus Life — Carthage College
    an email to careerservices carthage edu The 8th Annual Chicago Graduate and Professional School Fair 3 7 p m Oct 4 2012 UIC Forum Chicago Carthage is a co sponsor of this year s Graduate and Professional School Fair held on the UIC campus A list of participating graduate programs will be available from Career Services in mid September Career Services is sponsoring a bus to the event Reserve your seat by signing up in the Career Services office on the top floor of Lentz Hall We will meet in the lobby of Lentz at 2 p m You must register if you plan to ride There is Nothing Small About Small Talk 6 7 p m Oct 25 2012 Todd Wehr Center 128 C There are plenty of new ways of communicating in the work environment but most communication is still face to face There is nothing small about small talk being able to carry on a conversation during a networking event is an essential job search skill Learn the art of making small talk and receive feedback on role playing If you are interested in attending this workshop please send an email to careerservices carthage edu Alumni Networking Dinner 6 30 9 p m Oct 30 2012 Todd Wehr Center Did you know that a high percentage of positions are filled through networking This is an essential skill for all job and internship hunters Here is your opportunity to network with Carthage alumni develop important contacts and have a great dinner Space is limited to the first 100 students so register early Stop by Career Services on the top floor of Lentz Hall to sign up A 5 non refundable registration fee is required Utilizing Technology During The Job Search 7 8 p m Nov 8 2012 Hedberg

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  • advising — handbook — Campus Life — Carthage College
    Fellows provide assistance for any written assignment Appointments are recommended but students may drop in Tutoring services are free to all students Students selected by academic departments offer individual or group assistance by appointment Supplemental Instruction is provided by selected upper class students who attend courses and facilitate discussion and review sessions outside of class time Support for Students with Learning Disabilities Support for students with learning disabilities will be

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  • Current Opportunities — Volunteering — Campus Life — Carthage College
    running arts and crafts recreation and sports activities Hours would be in the afternoons between 3 00 p m and 5 00 p m Brookside Nursing Home Brookside Nursing Home has many opportunities for service Volunteers can run activities such as Bingo or arts and crafts projects or just come to socialize with the residents You can take residents out for a walk play games with them write letters for them or read to them Hours are flexible Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services Inc Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services Inc provides services to frail elderly and disabled persons living in Kenosha County The organization is in need of volunteers for several of their programs including Meals on Wheels deliver meals to elderly persons Friendly Visitors Program visit with a local senior citizen providing companionship and company Volunteer Escort Program taking seniors to their doctors appointments and the Day Break program facilitate structured activities for persons suffering from Alzheimer s disease Hours vary Volunteers can give as little as one hour a month Racine County Human Services Department The Human Services Department is searching for Volunteer Guardians A Volunteer Guardian is an adult appointed by the Probate Court to protect act and make decisions for a person in need of a guardian Once appointed a guardian is accountable to the Court for providing proper care and management of the ward s best interest A volunteer guardian must be 21 years old and a resident of Wisconsin Volunteers must have a caring heart and a willingness to assist the individuals in living their life with dignity Racine Literacy Council Racine Literacy Council matches volunteers to adults who need help with basic literacy as well as persons who speak English as a Second Language ESL Volunteers tutors would be required to

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  • More Campus News — Campus Home — Carthage College
    who traveled the world as Miss America 2012 advised graduates to take risks and to maintain their personal connections See photos and read more Faculty Achievement Maria Carrig named Distinguished Teacher of the Year Student nominators praised the Shakespeare scholar and arts advocate for her contagious passion and diligence more Academic Excellence Two Carthage seniors win Fulbright Scholarships Katie Niemeyer has been awarded an English Teaching Assistantship to Mongolia joining Nick Tackes as 2013 14 Fulbright recipients more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Two Carthage students win competitive German study abroad scholarships Carthage students Rosalie Esquivel 15 and Matthew Wehmeier 15 have both earned a prestigious scholarship that will fund their research abroad more A New Era Gregory S Woodward inaugurated as Carthage s 22nd president Make of yourself a light President Woodward urged during his inaugural address April 27 in A F Siebert Chapel Click for Photo Gallery or read more Undergraduate Research Original work from 220 student faculty scholars celebrated The third annual Celebration of Scholars showcases research scholarship and creativity on topics from nanoparticles to Nietzsche more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage student only undergraduate to present at global conference Carthage sophomore Allison Von Borstel presented her soon to be published research on Kosovo at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences Multidisciplinary Conference in Las Vegas March 18 22 more EXCELLENCE IN THE FINE ARTS Kennedy Center honors Carthage Theatre with five national awards Carthage production of Ghost Bike earns national honors including 2013 award for Distinguished Production of a New Work more Undergraduate Research Students publish scholarly journal Et Tu Carthago Four sophomores and juniors served as editors for the journal which features 16 original essays by Carthage students more Student Spotlight As young leader Vivian Onano 14 pushes for global change While carrying a bulging course load the Kenya native continues to travel the globe promoting various causes that are important to her more J Term 2014 Carthage study tour destinations announced Students can choose from 21 study tours to such wide ranging sites as Cuba New York and Vietnam in either January or Summer 2014 more Academic Achievement Archaeology student earns summer field work scholarship Tim Knoepke 14 will work at field schools in Albania and Italy as part of the Classical Archaeology award more Student Spotlight Sean Knudson 13 carved out unprecedented role at options exchange The former music student convinced bosses to let him stay on after his internship ended setting the foundation for a career in options more J Term Through video lens students see into heart of Puerto Rico Largely composed of novice filmmakers class produces authentic tourism videos from two week study tour more Course Spotlight Cartographic Design course introduces students to map making Those in Professor Robert Edsall s course became original cartographers and examined the subjective nature of maps more J Term 2013 Study tour explores capitalist side of China Professors expertise helps students identify colonial remnants in Taiwan and Hong Kong during 18 day trip more THEATRE AT CARTHAGE Renowned

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  • More Campus News — Campus Home — Carthage College
    take risks and to maintain their personal connections See photos and read more Faculty Achievement Maria Carrig named Distinguished Teacher of the Year Student nominators praised the Shakespeare scholar and arts advocate for her contagious passion and diligence more Academic Excellence Two Carthage seniors win Fulbright Scholarships Katie Niemeyer has been awarded an English Teaching Assistantship to Mongolia joining Nick Tackes as 2013 14 Fulbright recipients more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Two Carthage students win competitive German study abroad scholarships Carthage students Rosalie Esquivel 15 and Matthew Wehmeier 15 have both earned a prestigious scholarship that will fund their research abroad more A New Era Gregory S Woodward inaugurated as Carthage s 22nd president Make of yourself a light President Woodward urged during his inaugural address April 27 in A F Siebert Chapel Click for Photo Gallery or read more Undergraduate Research Original work from 220 student faculty scholars celebrated The third annual Celebration of Scholars showcases research scholarship and creativity on topics from nanoparticles to Nietzsche more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage student only undergraduate to present at global conference Carthage sophomore Allison Von Borstel presented her soon to be published research on Kosovo at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences Multidisciplinary Conference in Las Vegas March 18 22 more EXCELLENCE IN THE FINE ARTS Kennedy Center honors Carthage Theatre with five national awards Carthage production of Ghost Bike earns national honors including 2013 award for Distinguished Production of a New Work more Undergraduate Research Students publish scholarly journal Et Tu Carthago Four sophomores and juniors served as editors for the journal which features 16 original essays by Carthage students more Student Spotlight As young leader Vivian Onano 14 pushes for global change While carrying a bulging course load the Kenya native continues to travel the globe promoting various causes that are important to her more J Term 2014 Carthage study tour destinations announced Students can choose from 21 study tours to such wide ranging sites as Cuba New York and Vietnam in either January or Summer 2014 more Academic Achievement Archaeology student earns summer field work scholarship Tim Knoepke 14 will work at field schools in Albania and Italy as part of the Classical Archaeology award more Student Spotlight Sean Knudson 13 carved out unprecedented role at options exchange The former music student convinced bosses to let him stay on after his internship ended setting the foundation for a career in options more J Term Through video lens students see into heart of Puerto Rico Largely composed of novice filmmakers class produces authentic tourism videos from two week study tour more Course Spotlight Cartographic Design course introduces students to map making Those in Professor Robert Edsall s course became original cartographers and examined the subjective nature of maps more J Term 2013 Study tour explores capitalist side of China Professors expertise helps students identify colonial remnants in Taiwan and Hong Kong during 18 day trip more THEATRE AT CARTHAGE Renowned playwright Jeffrey Hatcher to write his next play for Carthage Mr

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