Workers at the Rankin Hall renovation site discovered a possible early concept for SpaghettiOs by alumnus Donald Goerke.
Jessica Hintzsche, a Carroll alumna, has recently been accepted into the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.
Karen Novak Bertucci '84 returned to work full-time after caring for her family for 19 years
The gift, from Donald F. Kelley ’51 is the first all-program endowment for an athletic team in the school’s history.
Brittainy C. Cherry '09 describes herself as a romance nerd. Now her love of love fills the pages of books with titles such as The Gravity of Us in her work as a romance novelist.
Carl Meredith ’91 leaned on the strength of his mother and the campus family he discovered as a first-generation student at Carroll to find his way.
Garrett Sheskey '13, '15 and Katie Garcia '15 met during graduate school at Carroll and later built a business that caters to crafters. They call it PinIt Live.
Carroll alumnus landed a job managing Packers' travels,
Gregg Wandsneider '08 shares his experiences in using braille with students in teaching about other ways to communicate.
Long-time Club 400 owner and Carroll alumnus, Dan "Pokey" Pokwinski '79, puts landmark business up for sale.
When alumnus Jim DeJong ’73 stepped in front of the podium to address Carroll’s Class of 2017 as keynote speaker, his message to students focused on “being present in the moment.”
Many alumni around Carroll and/or the Milwaukee music scene in the mid- to late-'80s may remember the energy of the band SPOW that soon evolved into F.S. Camels, headed by lead singer Mike Endrizzi '89, also a member of Phi Theta Pi.
Story by Ethan Marse '17. Finding oneself at book club means a broadening of one’s perspective.
Carroll University recognizes local educators for achievement in the classroom.
In April of 2017, Schmidt hosted an open house for dentistry-destined Carroll students in his new, state-of-the-art facility.
These Carroll alumni are marching to their own (polka) beat.
Alumnus Jack Miller lives a true pioneer life in Alaska.
Luciano Grenni '04 came from Salta, Argentina, with the help of generous community donors and the Carroll Fund.