With each issue of the paper we include a "Snapchat" section. We are asking you to forward to us any funny snapchats you have received. We will include the best of the best in the paper. Students can just forward their snapchats to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Cory Crouser from Troutdale, Oregon had one of the better summers on record. Combining international travel, adventure and community service, Crouser spent six weeks in Nepal. Crouser traveled with an organization called GapForce, which specializes in uniting students with international adventure and humanitarian work. GapForce has programs all over the world and Crouser chose a trip to Nepal which included language classes, visits to a jungle reserve, time spent with children in a Kathmandu orphanage and a hike to the base camp of Mount Everest.
In a profile in the Portland Tribune, Crouser said witnessing extreme poverty and experiencing a dramatically different culture from his own was life changing. He will take back the lessons he learned this summer during his final year at Carroll College.
University of Wyoming College of Law will be on campus to answer questions for prospective students. From noon to 2pm, attorney Kristen Roset will have an info table in the Upper Cube to answer your questions, and then at 3pm in Borro 114 will hold a short presentation and answer students’ questions about the legal field and practicing law in Montana. If you are interested in Law School, you won't want to miss this!
Our contractors anticipate that we will be able to open the fitness center on Monday, October 6. As an option, Capital City Health Club is offering a $3 per visit for all Carroll students and employees for the next 30 days. They are also willing to provide daily access for the next 30 days for a $30 fee. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we strive to improve our campus facilities.
On Thursday at 7pm in the Simperman Wiegand Amphitheatre, Carroll College's Theology Department is hosting a guest lecturer, Dr. Thomas Hughson of Marquette University, who will address the challenges of communicating theological ideas to the younger generations of Americans increasingly skeptical of religious values.
Download the September 21, 2014 homily Fr. Marc Lenneman gave regarding the passing of Dr. Mike Franklin.
The 2014 Carroll College Literary Festival is set for November 12-13! For the festival’s student sessions, submit any creative or scholarly work that involves duels, or any type of conflict that arises in the creative, metaphysical, intellectual, spiritual, or natural world. Submission deadlines are October 20. Email email@example.com for guidelines.
Monday, Sept 29
8pm: Comedian Vladimir Caamano
8pm: CCF Meeting