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  • The Inauguration of President Woodward — Carthage College
    F Siebert Chapel included remarks by Debra S Waller 78 chairman of the Carthage Board of Trustees James Spiers 14 president of Carthage Student Government Professor Kevin Crosby chair of the Division of Natural Sciences and Professor Garry L Brodhead retired associate provost of Ithaca College In his inaugural address President Woodward urged those in attendance to Make of yourself a light a theme he borrowed from The Buddha s Last Instruction by poet Mary Oliver I believe that Carthage as well as any place on Earth provides young people at a critical time in their lives with the experiences learning and unlimited opportunity to follow their own recipe for making themselves he said and then the will and responsibility to make their best selves a shining light to the world The Carthage Wind Orchestra performed two of President Woodward s musical compositions at the inauguration ceremony His wife Penelope herself an accomplished music teacher conducted one of them Professor Steven Mauk a professor of saxophone at Ithaca performed alongside student musicians for the other It seems only appropriate to have a composer lead Carthage at this time Ms Waller said in her remarks We have a powerful heritage dedicated

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/inauguration/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Koenitzer Aquatic Center — Facilities — Athletics — Carthage College
    Scorebard Tarble Arena TARC The Koenitzer Aquatic Center Art Keller Field Smeds Tennis Center Carthage Baseball Field Carthage Softball Field Virtual Campus Tour Athletic Booster Club Giving to Carthage Athletic Endowments Hole in One Club 2013 Golf Outing Athletic Camps Friday Family Fun Night Streaming Audio Live Stats The Koenitzer Aquatic Center The Koenitzer Aquatic Center features a 600 000 gallon swimming pool more than three times the size of

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/athletics/facilities/koenitzer-aquatic-center/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Carthage Microgravity Program — Physics and Astronomy at Carthage — Carthage College
    aircraft five years in a row The plane flies a series of rollercoaster like dips and climbs over the Gulf of Mexico simulating zero gravity lunar gravity and Martian gravity Carthage s Microgravity Team competes every year for a spot in NASA s Systems Engineering Educational Discovery program SEED pairs a NASA researcher with student faculty teams to design and build experiments in support of NASA s technology development challenges The Carthage Microgravity Team has been selected for SEED every year since the program s inception in 2008 joining nine to 15 other colleges at the Johnson Space Center in Houston Carthage is one of two schools in the country selected for the program all six years The 2008 team studied the efficiency of lunar dust filtration systems essential to astronaut health Read more The 2009 team measured the dynamic angle of repose of lunar soil in lunar gravity and a vacuum Read more The 2010 team studied fluid dynamics and propellant slosh Read more The 2011 team designed and built a zero gravity fuel gauge using noninvasive PZT technology to measure propellant volume Read more The 2012 team built on its 2011 research working on a novel method of gauging the amount of propellant in a spacecraft s tanks Read more The 2013 team will work to develop a method of removing dissolved gases from liquid coolant with the overall goal of increasing the efficiency of heat transfer systems in space Read more Carthage s participation in the SEED program is made possible by funding from Carthage College and from the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Participation is open to engineering and physics students with an interest in mechanical electrical and computer engineering Learn how you can get involved Learn where past Carthage projects are today Read one student s

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/physics/microgravity/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Parking Policies — Security — Campus Life — Carthage College
    7 365 you must immediately register any vehicle you park on campus Vehicles with an expired regular or temporary permit or lacking any visible permit are subject to tow without prior notice In accordance with state law The Kenosha Police Department may issue a city citation for trespass parking for all nonregistered vehicles parked on property under the care and control of Carthage College Disabled Parking Permits Unauthorized parking in a disabled parking space or bus stop or trespass parking uninvited parking on campus without a permit is a violation of State Statutes and City County Ordinance In addition to Carthage action these vehicles may be subject to ticketing and or by the Kenosha Police Department Students needing to use marked disabled parking spaces must display a valid disabled permit issued by the state Department of transportation Carthage does not have authority to grant valid disabled parking permits State issued disabled permits do not grant overnight parking privileges Best Western and 1625 Sheridan Road Apartment Residents All students who reside at the Best Western may apply for a commuter student permit at the current fee rate Overnight parking for Best Western residents is limited to the designated Best Western lot Students who reside in the 17th Street campus are considered resident students for the purpose of permit sales Any vehicle parked at any satellite campus housing facilities must display a valid parking permit for that specific location Vehicles may not be parked on the lawns of these facilities and local ordinances prohibit overnight street parking on 17th Street Parking Policies and Citation Information Prohibited Parking Locations Including Campus Drive Any vehicle parked on the campus grounds with any wheel off the roadways or parking lot will be ticketed and towed The vehicle owner will also be liable for the damage to Carthage grounds and property Student vehicles parked in faculty or staff spaces visitor s lots any service drive or loading dock restricted spaces fire lanes or on Campus Drive will be ticketed and or towed without prior notice Allowing for unloading into the residence halls residential students may park on the designated spaces in Lot A for drop off of materials for a period not to exceed 15 minutes You must keep your lights on during this unloading grace period Student cars parked in these designated spaces without their lights on or for more than 15 minutes will be ticketed and or towed without warning Students may not park on either side of campus drive in front of any academic residence hall or service building Students are also prohibited from parking in the Lentz Hall Visitors except for the two posted 15 minute only spaces Lentz Hall reserved spaces or the Lot I TARC Visitors lot There is no grace period Major Violation Tickets and Towing Students must park only in the lots designated by their permit Parking in an unauthorized area or in a lot for which their car is not permitted may result in the towing of

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/security/parking-policies/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Red Hots — Carthage College
    young people Currently our styles of dance include jazz hip hop and poms We recently became a competitive dance team as of 2009 attending a national competition Every summer the Spirit Team attends summer camp at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee The Red Hots learn various dance routines and sidelines practice technical skills as a team and bond with teammates Torchies also gain a valuable experience at camp learning mascot

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/redhots/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Senior Thesis — Academics — Carthage College
    Monetary Policy Soft Wallets Bring Hard Times Evan Barkhau 13 From Swords to Plowshares A Case Study of the Economic Impact of the Savannah River Site and the Viability of Nuclear Energy in the United States See more examples of Economics theses English Melanie Lambrecht I Have Made His Glory Mine Tennyson s Female Archetypes Fight Sexual Repression Ben McGuiggan Longing for Gold in the Emerald Isle a Psychoanalytic Exploration of Routine in James Joyce s Dubliners See more examples of English theses Environmental Science Kris Kordek The Effect of Watershed Urbanization on River Hydrology and Ecology Assessing the Use of Population Density as an Estimate for Percent Impervious Cover Sara Fouts Managing Grassland Biofuel Cropping Systems for Plant Diversity and Productivity See more examples of Environmental Science theses Geography and Earth Science Robert Grandchamp Classification of Shoreline Erosion and Protection of Kenosha County 1960 2011 Caitlin Zant Tracing the Geographic Distribution of the Gaelic Language in Ireland 1821 1926 See more examples of Geography and Earth Science theses Great Ideas Patrick Lambdin Eteocles and The Sound of Silence Anthony Maratea The Problem of Nobility and Leadership in Julius Caesar See more examples of Great Ideas theses French Jesse Daniel Le Rôle des écoles d immersion au Canada Une approche modernisée d acquérir une langue seconde A study of how immersion schools in Canada effectively preserve the French Language and prepare students for the future See more examples of French theses History David Carlson The Back Door to War Theory in the context of conspiracy scholarship in regards to the bombing of Pearl Harbor Sam Langford The ways in which the Beatles impacted class in Great Britain See more examples of History theses Japanese Kathleen Lawler The Personalities of the People of Osaka and Kyoto Are They Friends or Enemies

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/academics/senior-thesis (2013-06-13)
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  • Worship Spaces — Chapel — Carthage College
    the Carthage identity and heritage Siebert Chapel is located in the middle of the Carthage campus in close proximity to the Hedberg Library and the Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center It is symbolic of the College s relationship to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA and its roots in the Christian faith Together these buildings represent the holistic values of Carthage that nurture the mind body and spirit Siebert Chapel seats 1 800 In addition to the weekly Chapel Series the Chapel hosts the Christmas Festival Honors Convocation and Baccalaureate services Many other music events are held in the Chapel throughout the year as well as Synod Assemblies of the ELCA The massive Fritsch Memorial Organ holds a prominent place in the Chapel This four manual tracker action pipe organ designed by Casavant Frères of Quebec Canada contains 3 495 pipes in five divisions Additional Chapel Spaces Through the years Carthage has dedicated other chapel spaces to enhance the spiritual life of our campus Each chapel bears a name that connects the Carthage community with an enduring story of love devotion and generosity Albert Siebert Lena Ehrler Walter Fritsch and Joan Potente These chapels represent our longing to share

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  • Camp — Soccer — Carthage College
    Endowments Hole in One Club 2013 Golf Outing Athletic Camps Friday Family Fun Night Streaming Audio Live Stats Carthage College Soccer Camp Located on the beautiful Lake Michigan shore in Kenosha Wisconsin Session I Girls Resident Commuter June 16 20 2013 Sunday Thursday Boys and Girls Jr Kickers June 17 20 2013 Monday Thursday Session II Boys Resident Commuter June 23 27 2013 Sunday Thursday Boys and Girls Day Camp

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/soccer/camp/ (2013-06-13)
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