Fat Tuesday Bake Sale
02/21/2023 - 11:00am to 6:00pm
Circle K is a community service club on campus that is raising money for AIDSpirit, a non-profit that funds an orphanage in Uganda and a farm that will in the near future fund the orphanage. All proceeds will be going to AIDSpirit to help with educating the children of the orphanage. The club will be selling a variety of sweet and savory baked goods for Fat Tuesday or Marti Gras. The baked goods will cost between $1-3 dollars. People can either pay in cash or bring food items to purchase baked goods.
Two food items equate to $1 and all food items will go towards the Fighting Saints Food Pantry started by Carroll Athletics. The food pantry is available to Carroll students and staff who are facing food insecurity.
Mindtap: Happiness Chemicals
02/21/2023 - 1:00pm to 1:45pm
MindTap is a program created by Beth Demmons, SWLC, Counselor and Carroll Community Educator in the Carroll Wellness Center. Beth uses evidence-based research in the fields of mental health and wellness to enhance the skills and abilities of people navigating life. The objective of the program is not only to survive but to thrive in this environment and develop skills that remain with you as you face life’s
Workshops are held Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:50 in the Lower CUBE. On rare occasions, workshops and locations may change at the discretion of the Wellness Center.
Spring 2023 Class Schedule
January – Be Kind to Food Servers Month and National Codependency Awareness Month
February – Human Relations Month and LGBT+ Awareness Month
March – Gender Equality Month and National Social Work Month
April – Autism Acceptance Month, Celebrate Diversity Month, National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
Lower Campus Center
Lecture: How Did We Get Here?
02/21/2023 - 6:30pm to 7:45pm
Hosted by Merlin CCC, Carroll College professor Dr. Kelly Cline presents "How Did We Get Here?: Planet" on February 21 at 6:30 p.m.
In this installment of Merlin’s “How Did We Get Here?” series, we’ll consider the intellectual history of the idea of “planet” with mathematician, physicist, and astrophysicist Kelly Cline. We'll start with the ancient Greeks, move to Copernicus, and then sashay into the 20th century. Along the way, we'll learn about how scientific words and their definitions serve as a specific lens through which we can view the world. By scientifically defining words so that they most closely match real categories that exist in physical reality, this makes it easier for us to understand, investigate, and make sense of the universe. As such, this installment of HDWGH and the evolution of how we understand and use the word planet will give us important insights into the nature of science and the foundations of our modern civilization.
Free and open to the community.
This event will take place in the Conference Center in Reeder’s Alley (101 Reeder’s Alley)
Film Festival: The Rabbi's Cat
02/21/2023 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Our theme this year is the power of animation. We will be screening four films (four nights),
Brought to you by the Department of Languages and Literature and the Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzín program in Hispanic Studies and Languages
The February 16 showing of Persepolis is also Part of Spring Fever Week.
Library Sage Room