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Carroll's First STEM Expo: SUCCESS!

On Saturday, March 10, 2018, Engineering Program Director and Department Chair, Ms. Michelle Ming, hosted students, prospective students and families, and members of the community to Carroll for a STEM Expo. Demonstrators engaged attendees through food science experiments, calculator-controlled robots, 3D printer demonstrations, hoverboards, and much more!
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2018 Spring Benefit and Hall of Honor

The 26th Annual Spring Benefit and Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony will be held on Monday, June 4, 2018. Richard Dyer '78 and Dr. Stephen A. Valenti '70 will be inducted into Carroll's Hall of Honor. Deacon William A. Hawkins, Jr. '64 will receive the Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle Medal.
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Lacrosse is back!

As most students matriculate through various schools, they are advised to refrain from hitting each other, especially with sticks. However that is exactly what you will find happening on Carroll’s field as the newly formed Lacrosse club enters their first week of full contact practice.
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The Kennedy Center's National Symphony Orchestra Visits Carroll

Students and faculty gathered for a special treat in Carroll’s Gordon McMahon Theatre on Monday, January 8th. Usually this time period is reserved for school-wide mass, but on this particular day Carroll had the pleasure of being the closing engagement for the Kennedy Center’s National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) community tour titled, ‘NSO In Your Neighborhood.’ Four bassists from the NSO shared their love for music through performance and intermittent dialogue regarding their individual beginnings in music and how their passions developed. “It’s exciting for us,” tells Alex Jacobsen about the NSO In Your Neighborhood program, “It’s a chance to share an experience that doesn’t just walk in your house every day.” Bassist Charlie Nilles served as the host, introducing his colleagues and much of the music. The quartet played a variety of arrangements that included Bach, New Orleans’ composers, decade of the 1980’s favorites, and the modern hit All About That Bass (Meghan Trainor), which incited a crowd-wide snap-a-long.
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