One of the highlights of this year's Homecoming weekend at Carthage was the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the beautifully-renovated Straz Science Center, dramatically transformed to the tune of more than 40 million dollars! Unfortunately, I had to miss the festivities, and my crazy schedule this semester has kept me from making any side trips up that
I was just on hand for a most exciting singing debut. No, it wasn't in any opera house or concert hall- and it wasn't for hundreds of people. But trust me- it was still a really big deal, and a truly exciting and moving experience. The place: Siebert Chapel The occasion: Morning Chapel
On commencement day this past May, my Carthage studio looked like it had been ransacked by robbers .... or like something from a disturbing episode of "Hoarders" ..... or both. It had been an intense spring semester, which is how the mess came about in the first place (actually it was a mess that
In the midst of a really fantastic weekend (which included a thrilling 140th anniversary Carthage band concert, an exciting Carthage choral concert, and a beautiful Mother’s Day/Springtime Celebration service at Holy Communion) I have to say that one tiny moment that really stands out for me was a brief chat I had with a
Well, I can’t say that it was quite as sensational as the night that Marilyn Monroe serenaded JFK, but eleven Carthage students and I did our part to make today a most memorable birthday for Carthage’s new president, Dr. Gregory Woodward. But it was a fun gig that very nearly did not happen at all.