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Women’s track and field: Making a mark in CCIW

Rachelle Ramos, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2012

“We Put the W in CCIW” is a phrase hailing Carthage women’s track team pride and place in the CCIW conference. As the only Wisconsin school in the conference, the team is representing more than just Carthage College. Women’s track is lead by head coach, Stephanie Domin and assistant... (more...)

How to take a dump

Rachelle Ramos, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2012

What is one common solution to feeling better after getting dumped? Ice cream. A lot of it. Throughout the course of one’s love life, a little heartbreak is inevitable. Some may never have to weather the storm of post-relationship depression, anger and tempestuous revenge-hunger, but for... (more...)

Kenosha Spotlight: Asian taste, chinese food that’s worth the trip

Rachelle Ramos, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2012

What is a common complaint about food options in Kenosha?  Chinese food. Where does one find delicious Chinese food? There are certain go-to Chinese food places that scratch an itch. However for infallible delicious, fresh and mouthgasmic Chinese food, one must travel to Pleasant Prairie and... (more...)

Carthage cuisine: Spaghetti squash

Rachelle Ramos, Staff Reporter
March 13, 2012

What tools are at the typical hungry Carthage student’s disposal? A microwave? Of course.  Some utensils? Attainable. An appetite? Indubitably. With these three things, one is ready and prepared to cook a wonderful vegetable—the spaghetti squash. Spaghetti squash is available all year... (more...)

Rules of engagement: Gamifying education

Rachelle Ramos, Staff Reporter
March 13, 2012

The bored student is a common inevitability in the classroom. You simply cannot wow each and every adolescent, youth or tween in the educational setting. However, there has been a proposal that has been slowly gathering momentum since the advent of gaming. What I refer to by gaming is the vast,... (more...)

Years to write a thriller: Local author Nicholas B. Beeson comes to Carthage

Rachelle Ramos, Staff Reporter
March 6, 2012

A story isn’t born in a night, yet the idea for one can come as fast as lightning strikes. On March 1, local author Nicholas B. Beeson discussed his debut novel, “Riemann Zeta:  Zero Sum,” at Carthage. “Riemann Zeta” was over a decade in the making and culminated in a completed rough... (more...)