Strength and Conditioning Coaches at Carroll
May03

Strength and Conditioning Coaches at Carroll

 This article is about Coach Brusky, Coach Kosrow, Coach Wood and their experience at Carroll University.

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Unconventional Course: Literary Magazine
Mar31

Unconventional Course: Literary Magazine

Carroll is now offering an unconventional course for those interested in participating in a literary magazine: WRI350: Literary Magazine Publishing.

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Relay for Life: Decade for a Cure
Mar31

Relay for Life: Decade for a Cure

Carroll University’s Relay for Life event is coming up. Read about why it is an important event on our campus in more ways than one.

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Humans of New York Comes to Carroll

This article provides a description of the new student project on campus, Humans of Carroll. It includes an analysis of the inspiration behind the project by Brandon Stanton’s Humans of New York, and how Carroll’s project is both similar and different to its predecessor. It also briefly details how the project is growing in its first year.

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Weekend of Women at Carroll

By Linda Braus   “Weekend of Women” took place this past weekend at Carroll University. The Carroll Players put on the event which included two shows at the Otteson Theatre on the 13th and 14th, the Players volunteering at The Women’s Center of Waukesha on the 15th, and a Journal Drive. The weekend kicked off Friday night with a production of “Untitled Women Project” directed by Ami Majeskie (’16). The show had a powerful intention....

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A Perspective on the New Perspective
Apr02

A Perspective on the New Perspective

What is the New Perspective? The simplest definition is that the New Perspective has been Carroll’s student newspaper since 1854 when it was called the Carroll College Student. Later it became the Carroll Echo then the Perspective and finally the New Perspective.

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