Carroll is exploring the creation of a club-level fighting saints baseball team. We plan to apply for club recognition at the end of this month. In order to do this we need interested members.
Interested in playing? Contact President Gabe Gaudreau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Feast of St Francis of Assisi is on October 4 each year, which commemorates the life of St Francis, the Catholic Church's patron saint of animals and the environment. On Sunday at 6:30pm on the fountain lawn, Carroll will hold the Blessing of the Animals, celebrating the special bond between people and animals. Come join us!
Then join us for Sunday Night Mass at 8pm in the Upper Cube!
Monday at 7pm in the Library Sage Room
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, Dr. Ryan Hallows will be introducing an alternate national discourse of Latino/as in the US and how Latin American populations have helped to build our country and keep it running. Dr. Hallows will introduce influences on language, history, cultural, society and politics. This event is sponsored by the Artaza Center and the Department of Languages and Literature. Refreshments will be provided.
You are invited to attend an informative panel presentation on the research results of this past spring's Campus Climate survey on Wed, Oct 7, at 7pm, in All Saints Hall in the lower level of the Campus Center. Find out what 706 Carroll students reported on their experiences with unwanted sexual contact, bystander intervention and perspectives on sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Carroll College will be on fall break from Fri, Oct 9, through Tue, Oct 13. No classes will be held during fall break. Administrative offices will be closed on Mon, Oct 12. Campus housing and dining services will remain open.
The St. Thomas Aquinas Commons (STAC) will be open during fall break for the following meals:
Fri, Oct 9
Sat, Oct 10
Sun, Oct 11th through Tue, Oct 13th
The 2015 Carroll College Literary Festival will take place November 11-12, and the theme is People and the Planet in connection to the environmental nature, so to speak, of our visiting writer Ann Pancake’s award-winning works: Strange As This Weather Has Been and Me And My Daddy Listen To Bob Marley. Both are available in the bookstore and library.
We are now accepting submissions from students in disciplines other than Languages and Literature. The submissions can be in the forms of academic papers to experiments to creative work to multi-media presentations (12-15 minutes). We encourage you to submit a work to email@example.com.
Saturday, Oct 3
3:30pm: WSoccer vs Rocky
Monday, Oct 5
7pm: Latino USA
Thursday, Oct 8
Friday, Oct 9-Tuesday, Oct 13
The Securitas security patrol officer can be contacted at (406) 461-7611. Find out more
Carroll needs your help to eliminate sexual violence. You can report any incidents of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence or domestic violence at our misconduct site. Click on the Online Complaint Form in the right margin.
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