Get your Carroll College discounted golf pass - $15 for students and faculty/staff! Only four tickets per person per week, Monday thru Sunday.
Mon, April 29th
Tue, April 30th
Wed, May 1st
Thurs, May 2nd
Fri, May 3rd
Sat May 4th
Sun April May 4th
ONE BILLION RISING – A free world dance performance of local dance troupes rising and dancing will be held in support of the one billion women who have been sexually assaulted in their lifetimes. The highlight of the evening will be Native American jingle dancers performing a healing dance for the one billion survivors, 7 to 9 PM, February 14th, in the Placer lobby (the Taco Del Sol building). For more information, contact Carroll’s Sexual Victim Advocate and Wellness Educator at firstname.lastname@example.org of 406-447-4524.
NEED A QUIET PLACE TO STUDY? COME TO BORROMEO HALL, ROOMS 118A & 118B---the ARC Testing Center These two rooms will be open and available* on weekday mornings until 10:15 and after 5:15, and on weekends (during non-testing hours) *On occasion, we may need these rooms for testing during other hours. Testing needs will take priority over study.
Psychology Club Bake Sale - Monday, Feb 11th and Tuesday, Feb 12th 11:00-1:00 both days * Valentine's Day or that lent starts on the 13th? Is that everything you need?
Wednesday, February 13. Carroll College Chamber Choir provides service for the Noon Mass for Ash Wednesday at the Cathedral of St. Helena.
Tues Feb 12th is Mardi Gras- Party Update Band - YES - Whiskey Root 3rd Place for the Float Contest = $75.00 in Gift Certificates Due to the Tuesday Rush in the dining room, we will not start the float contest until about 12:25 PM. All FLoats should be in the Dining Room or in our West Foyer however, by 11:30 so that it will be easy for participants to gather them up and begin the parade. Total Value in Prize Giveaways - $725.00
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Work Study Position Opening:>The Prospector needs you!!
The Prospector work study position still awaits a highly responsible outgoing optimistic student, with good grades, who is willing to manage the Prospector office, sell advertising to local businesses and help with production of the paper each month. Access to a car is helpful, to visit local businesses - and to pick up papers on distribution day. This is real work, but one with real rewards. And you'll be part of a staff of nice folk who will deeply appreciate your "Yes, I can" spirit. - Interested students please contact Brent Northup, Prospector faculty adviser. (406) 459 2371... email@example.com
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We are also working on another Yellowstone weekend experience or Day Trip. We are Working through the Yellowstone Association Institute Education Program
New Clubs this year Include:
Jr/ Sr Banquet is scheduled for February 8th
Softball Weekend is April 21st and 22nd
Tightwad Tuesdays have returned to the Myrna Loy Center, with $2 film tickets for Carroll students, faculty, and staff every Tuesday. If indie, award-winning and foreign celluloid is on your movie menu, the Myrna is for you! For current films and times, check their website http://www.myrnaloycenter.com/. Other nights of the week, the Myrna offers $4.50 film tickets for students, faculty, and staff. Live shows of the best in performing arts are also available to Carrollites at a low price: students get in for $7 and Carroll faculty and staff tickets are just $15 for world-class entertainment. Check out the Myrna Loy at 15 N. Ewing or call 406-443-0287 for more info. (Discounted tickets for Carroll Students paid for by Student Activities)
Calling all writers! Colors magazine is now accepting submissions for the 2012-2013 issue.
Think you’ve got what it takes? Submit your work so that we can celebrate the rich literary traditions cultivated here at Carroll College. Colors literary magazine published by Carroll’s literature department annually. The magazine showcases the work and creativity of students, alumni, and the community.
Please submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your submission a brief author bio [including your school and major].
Colors is now accepting:
NOTE: Please submit complete works. Any drafts will be considered in the state they are received without additional editing.
The deadline is February 12, 2013. Don’t miss your chance to have your work featured in our pages!