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The Rev. Elizabeth McCord pauses to reflect on the on the wisdom of memories.
The area surrounding Carroll once housed over a dozen independent effigy mounds. Two mounds can still be found on campus, on opposite corners of Main Lawn.
A new department at Carroll will coordinate the university’s efforts to create a welcoming and inclusive campus and foster meaningful interactions between people of diverse cultures, social identities, perspective and experiences.
His father’s advice has worked out pretty well for Jeff Cummisford ’73
While Anthony Sikorski faces the same challenges any adolescent does, he is not your typical teenager.
We visit the workspace of James Grimshaw, associate professor of religious studies.
When Brooke Foster entered Carroll in the fall of 2019, she followed in the footsteps of eight family members, running all the way back to her grandfather, Charles Foster ’53.
Biology major Benyapa Khowpinitchai discovers an artful balance
Marissa Garetto '17 journeyed to Japan for a cross-cultural experience. Now a graduate, she has moved back to Japan to continue exploring the culture.
2019 was a year of growth for the Carroll University Pride of the Pioneers marching band, and with that growth comes change and a little bit of risk.
A professor emeritus of communication at Carroll, Dr. Pete Settle passed away Oct. 3 following a brief illness.