Press Releases

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12/06/2017

First-Year Talking Saints Shine in Oregon

HELENA – The Carroll College Talking Saints won 38 awards and finished third in sweepstakes at the Mahaffey tournament at Linfield College in Oregon on November 10-12.

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12/05/2017

Carroll College Presidential Search Underway

HELENA – Carroll College has begun a national search for its 18th president.

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11/09/2017

Carroll Talking Saints Clean Up in Wyoming

HELENA – The Carroll Talking Saints forensics team swept to victory at the Northwest College Trapper Rendezvous, held in Powell, Wyoming, November 3-4.

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11/02/2017

Carroll Hosts International Education Week

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10/27/2017

Talking Saints Take on Three Cities & Two Countries

HELENA – In a tale of three cities, the Carroll College Talking Saints Forensics Team won awards at three separate tournaments in two countries held in Denver, Calgary and Spokane on October 20-22.

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10/27/2017

Carroll Not Hosting Community Halloween Trick or Treat Event

HELENA – Carroll College will not be hosting their annual Halloween community trick or treat and haunted house in Guadalupe Hall this year.

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10/25/2017

Carroll Hosts Literary Festival - Nov. 8-9

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10/18/2017

Carroll Holding Food Drive for Helena Food Share

HELENA – Carroll College is organizing a food drive November 4-8, 2017, to benefit Helena Food Share.

There are a number of opportunities for the community to participate in the food drive:

05/11/2016

Carroll Receives Grant to Research Temporary Fostering Programs for Dogs

May 11, 2016

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09/27/2017

Talking Saints Win on Home Turf

HELENA – Carroll College debate teams swept to victory at the Carroll BP World Debate tournament held on Carroll's campus, September 15-17. The field included teams from New York, Washington, Idaho and Montana.