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Carroll Athletes to Compete in Track Championship Meet

Three student-athletes will represent Carroll University at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship meet. The NCAA meet will be hosted by St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York from May 21-23.   more

Carroll University's 2nd Annual Summer Repertory Series

Carroll University's 2nd Annual Summer Repertory Series will feature two popular productions, "Rent" by Jonathan Larson and "Women of Manhattan" by John Patrick Shanley. The productions are in collaboration with Outskirts Theatre Co. and will be directed by Carroll University's Lecturer in Theatre and Arts Management Jennifer Dobby. Both performances are open to the public and will feature 21 Carroll University students, Carroll University alumni, and members of Outskirts Theatre Co. General admission to "Rent" is $10, and free to Carroll University students, faculty and staff with valid identification. Admission to "Women of Manhattan" is free to all. To reserve tickets for both shows, please visit The 2nd Annual Summer Repertory Series will run from June 18 to June 27. During that time, "Rent" will be performed June 18, 20, and 26 at 7 p.m., and June 27 at 2 p.m. The production "Women in Manhattan" will be performed June 19, 25 and 27 at 7 p.m., and June 20 at 2 p.m.   more

Nursing Grad Is 2015 Nurse of the Year First Runner Up

First runner up for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2015 Nurse of the Year Award was Bridget Zuehlke, a Carroll nursing graduate who was in the program when it was in partnership with Columbia College of Nursing, Inc. The Carroll-Columbia nursing graduate is a charge nurse for Milwaukee Catholic Home, a rehabilitation center. Families of patients she cares for say Zuehlke goes "above and beyond" to ensure the comfort of their loved ones. Zuehkle describes her job as one to get patients better and back home. "Seeing sick patients thrive or just knowing you are part of their recovery is the best thing you could do. Knowing I can make a difference in someone's life is the ultimate reward for me," said the rehab nurse. Each year, area nurses who demonstrate unselfish devotion to their patients are honored in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. One of these nurses is selected to receive the prestigious award "Nurse of the Year."   more

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