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  • Government — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    develop strong leadership abilities and skills among Republican students as preparation for future service to the Republican Party and to the United States of America Student Contact Chelsea Shields Advisor Jeff Roberg Carthage on Individual Liberty COIL Carthage on Individual Liberty is a political forum aimed at promoting political awareness especially of third parties and independent news sources The group also maintains student knowledge of internship opportunities available for the pursuit of liberty and economic freedom and hosts screenings of debates and guest speakers Student Contact Nickolas Krueger Advisor Yuri Maltsev Interfraternity Council IFC IFC brings together representatives from all of the men s local and national social fraternities Its purpose is to discuss and set fraternal policies govern the activities of the membership and foster a feeling of goodwill among the membership and a positive Greek image to the college community Student Contact Matt Atkins Advisor Becky Windberg Panhellenic Council This Council oversees the activities of sororities on campus The membership works together to coordinate projects such as Recruitment and All Greek events and supports each other in campus and community projects educational and academic programs and building the image and spirit of the Greek community Student Contact Kate Allen Advisor Nina Fleming Student Government It is the duty of Student Government to ensure a voice for the student body to work with the administration and faculty of the College to ensure the high quality of life students deserve both academically and socially to ensure that the policies of the College are in agreement with the beliefs of the students and to nurture quality leadership within student organizations Student Government is composed of an Executive Board a Student Senate and four standing committees The Budget and Finance Committee hears all requests for Student Government funding The Public Relations Committee

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/clubs/government (2013-06-13)
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  • Performance Groups — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    of Broadway and Pop They combine their vocal talents with professional choreography and perform both acapella and with a rhythm section They also enjoy performing swing numbers with the Carthage Jazz Combo The Lincoln Chamber Singers A select group of 16 voices performing all kinds of fine music suitable for a small performance ensemble Director Prof Peter Dennee Website Maximum Capacity Maximum Capacity is a student run male a capella group that performs both on and off campus The men of Maximum Capacity entertain their audiences with music ranging from Billy Joel to Taio Cruz and everything in between Student Contact Eric Marquis Advisor Prof Dimitri Shapovalov The Women s Ensemble This group is the best collection of women s voices Kenosha has to offer It performs more often than any other college performing group Director Prof Peter Dennee Website Play Instrumental Ensembles Carthage Handbell Choir Handbell Choir performs for various campus events and is open to all students Student Contact Thomas Battersby Advisor Prof Amy Haines Carthage Pep Band This group furnishes the sounds of spirit at all home football and basketball games It is a group of highly talented and energetic Carthaginians playing for fun The Carthage Drumline C Line is an entertainment based student organization that provides Carthage College with a dynamic highly energized ensemble of marching percussion Comprised of 13 positions it seeks to promote music excellence through teamwork Website The Chamber Orchestra A recent addition to the list of musical opportunities is Carthage s first student string ensemble It provides opportunities to develop their appreciation for the classics Advisors Prof James Ripley Prof Darlene Rivest Website The Jazz Band This small ensemble performs a wide range of jazz selections Members are also permitted to show their individual talents through improvisational selections Director David Ness Website The Kenosha Symphony Carthage students with outstanding string talents have the opportunity to perform with this semi professional musical ensemble Obbligato Club Obbligato Club was created in Fall 2009 and exists for students to create share and inspire each other to compose music no matter what genre The organization also hosts events that bring the Music Department and even the entire student body together for the purpose of discovering more topics within music that may not be explored during regular classes Additionally Obbligato Club performs recitals to share members composition efforts with the Carthage community There are no membership fees to participate in this organization Student Contact Thomas Battersby Advisor Prof James Ripley Wind Orchestra This group is the college s premier concert band The ensemble showcases student talent during tour concerts each year A highlight is a regional tour every spring Director http faculty carthage edu jripley Prof James Ripley Website Dance Iluzion Iluzion is a hip hop team at Carthage that started in 2006 The dance team performs a half time for Lady Reds and Red Men basketball games at talent shows and in any other opportunity that is presented Tryouts are generally held in mid October Iluzion

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/clubs/performance (2013-06-13)
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  • Professional Organizations — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    yearlong investing game through investopedia com s investment simulator This allows students to practice investing in and trading stocks options ETFs and other financial instruments Students can use this opportunity employ trading techniques they have come across or try out their own techniques Student Contact Cory Dennehy Advisor Prof Joseph Wall NAfME National Association for Music Education The newly revived Carthage College chapter of the National Association for Music Education NAfME is a club devoted to the professional development of future music educators Members of NAfME become acquainted with the responsibilities of music educators through discussion and interaction assist Carthage and the larger community through musical projects during the academic year and act as ambassadors of the Carthage Music Department It is a priority of the members of NAfME to become competent and caring educators in the field of music to enrich the lives of students Student Contact Samantha Whalen Advisor Prof James Ripley Website Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity Phi Alpha Delta is the world s largest law fraternity While many law students join PAD during their time in law school pre law membership is available while you are an undergraduate Carthage is one of only three undergraduate colleges in Wisconsin to have a Phi Alpha Delta pre law chapter Chapter activities include providing an opportunity for students to meet and share information organizing the annual lawyer s forum engaging in charitable activity and participating in field trips and other events PAD s goal is to help undergraduate students make an informed choice when selecting law as a career deciding which law school to attend and in preparing for the rigors of law school Phi Alpha Delta remains the only law fraternity and the only national legal organization of any kind with a national pre law program committed to meeting the needs of undergraduate students interested in the law Student Contact Trevor Wiles Advisor Michael Phegley National chapter website Pre Health Club Pre Health club is an organization for students interested in entering a health care related field Pre Health club brings in speakers from medical graduate veterinary occupational therapy physical therapy physicians assistant pharmacy dental and chiropractic schools that include admissions representatives and previous Carthage students These talks are geared toward helping students learn about different schools and better understand the admissions process and requirements Pre Health Club also brings upper and underclassmen together in order to give underclassmen an opportunity to ask about what courses to take and how to prepare for tests like the MCAT and GRE and application questions The club also gives members information about internship and shadowing opportunities Student Contact Anthony Sterk Advisor Patrick Pfaffle Pre Physician Assistant Club Pre Physician Assistant PA Club is focused on making students as prepared for PA school as possible aiding in as many ways as possible to make their lives after Carthage successful Currently PA school is just as difficult as medical school to receive acceptance and therefore students at Carthage need as many resources

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/clubs/professional/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Religious — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    Big Youth Activities is a group that holds lock ins at local churches The goal of our lock ins is to share the gospel with youth and to strengthen their relationship with Jesus At our lock ins we have a night of worship Bible study and games Student Contact Molly Haywood Advisor David Duncan Website Gospel Messengers The Gospel Messengers choir is a non auditioning choir made up of students faculty and community members The choir welcomes members of all traditions and denominations regardless of musical experience in order to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ Student Contact Heather May Advisor Gloria Tillman Kemp Website Lutheran Student Movement LSM is a student led Christ driven organization affiliated with the Evangelical Church of America ELCA The campus organization developed out of a desire for a stronger Lutheran community at Carthage to promote the Lutheran faith grow in their relationship to Christ and enjoy fellowship with one another Students are active both on campus and in the surrounding Kenosha Racine communities involving themselves in worship community service Bible studies and campus outreach The group meets weekly and plans regular activities including game nights a Super Bowl party Sunday worship at local churches and service projects LSM welcomes students of all faiths InterVarsity Christian Fellowship As a community InterVarsity Christian Fellowship we see Jesus as the source of truth and life for all people Our vision is to see students and faculty transformed campuses renewed and world change developed We want to love and serve God by caring for people the campus and the world Some of the ways we do this by holding weekly Gatherings on Tuesdays where we discuss issues on faith and life small group Bible studies throughout the week and by providing opportunities for service and conference attendance where

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/clubs/religious (2013-06-13)
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  • Social Service — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    is a nationwide collaboration of college students faculty and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by working to implement the programs and mission of the American Cancer Society With hundreds of chapters nationwide CAC is showing the world that young people care and want to make a difference At Carthage College CAC is actively involved in National Breast Cancer Awareness Paint the Campus Purple Coaches vs Cancer games Campus wide fundraising Leadership Conferences and Relay For Life In 2011 Relay For Life at Carthage made a huge impact we surpassed our 23 000 goal by 41 raising a little over 31 000 The college was awarded with the Highest Percent Increase out of all of the Youth and College Relay For Life in the state of Wisconsin by the American Cancer Society We are working hard once again this year to raise the bar even higher and for this year s Relay For Life Student Contact Brooke Kahly Advisor Courtney Drew Website Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity is a non profit organization that works to provide low income housing for families in need and raise general awareness of homelessness around the world Our chapter is student lead and seeks to educate and inform the campus while staying involved in the community Student Contact Hannah Shields Advisor Danielle Geary Invisible Children In the spring of 2003 three young filmmakers traveled to Africa in search of a story What started out as a filmmaking adventure became much more when Jason Laren and Bobby stumbled upon Africa s longest running war a conflict where children were both the weapons and the victims They produced the documentary Invisible Children Rough Cut in 2005 At first they just showed it to their friends and family but it wasn t long before millions of people had seen the documentary and knew about the invisible children We are storytellers We are visionaries humanitarians artists and entrepreneurs We are a generation eager for change and willing to pursue it With a U S headquarters in San Diego CA our programs rely on talented staff hundreds of committed volunteers and thousands of young activists who want to use their voices for peace Half our work happens on the ground in Central Africa and the other half happens in the United States In Central Africa all of our programming is a partnership between Invisible Children and LRA affected communities We focus on long term goals that enable children to take responsibility for their futures and the futures of their countries Our programs are carefully developed initiatives that address the need for quality education mentorships the redevelopment of schools and financial stability Our work in the United States focuses on advocacy and inspiring America s youth to do more than just watch We believe that by uniting our voices we can use the systems influence and resources of the United States to expedite an end to the conflict What we do at Carthage is work to provide awareness about the war

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/clubs/social-service (2013-06-13)
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  • Nina Fleming — Dean of Students — Campus Life — Carthage College
    advisor for the Carthage Activities Board Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council She also manages events for Spring and Fall Orientation Family Weekends Homecoming and Senior Week Nina completed her master s degree in College Student Personnel at Western Illinois University and recieved her bachelor s degree in Biology at Salem State College in Salem Mass Throughout her education Nina was heavily involved in all aspects of residence life and activities While completing her bachelor s degree Nina held leadership positions within her campus Residence Hall Association as well as within NEACURH and NACURH During graduate school she continued to work within residence life and activities and advised several student organizations After graduate school Nina came to Carthage and served as a Hall Director for three years before moving into the Director of Student Activities position Nina was born and raised in Massachusetts but now lives in Gurnee Ill with her husband three dogs and three cats She enjoys working out in her yard playing with her dogs reading playing video games and shopping Dean of Students Office Staff Jason Ramirez Associate Vice President for Student Life Gary Williams Associate Athletic Director for Education Services Nick Winkler Assistant Dean of

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/dean-of-students/nina-fleming/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Best Western — Residence Life — Campus Life — Carthage College
    access to the pool and hot tub With laundry facilities on site students experience everything that a traditional residence hall offers and more Unlike campus situated residence halls the Best Western does not close during the academic year Students who have part time jobs student teaching or other commitments can remain in housing during school break periods Room Furnishings Two students occupy each room at the Best Western Each room features Cable ready television with full cable including three Showtime movie channels A desk or table workstation area Iron ironing board Two double full size beds complete with sheets pillows and blankets Two telephones with separate voice mail options for each resident Free high speed Internet A dresser credenza for storage In addition to the provisions above students may bring their own small refrigerators and microwaves dressers desks or other storage containers Programs Residence Life staff at the Best Western assist with the development of community and provide educational and social programs for their residents as well as serve as a campus and community resource The Best Western has an Assistant Hall Director and two Resident Assistants The staff is equipped to ease the college adjustment for all students offering hall activities and special event programs while maintaining a healthy living learning community for all residents Activities in the past have included Room tours Halloween pumpkin painting A trip to the Jelly Belly Factory Walk for Arthritis Hall sweatshirts T shirts Midnight bowling Holiday decorating Spring picnic Pool party Final exams study lounge Additional Information Meal Plan The Best Western living option does not include a traditional campus meal plan This is the only living option provided by Carthage where students have a choice of whether or not to purchase a meal plan This is most advantageous for students with

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/residence-life/best-western/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Campus Apartments — Residence Life — Campus Life — Carthage College
    two story apartment building Eight one bedroom apartments with a living room full kitchen and bathroom allow upper class students to make the transition from residence hall to apartment style living Each unit is occupied by three students and is furnished with all bedroom furniture and a dinette set Students provide furnishings for the living room and are responsible for cable Internet service Apartment residents can purchase a parking permit

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