Get published. Be heard. Carthage has three student-run publications, a graphic design club, and a radio station to serve the campus community.
Centrique is a student art and literary magazine published each year. Students submit writings and art work throughout the school year. Pieces are judged and prizes are awarded in a variety of areas.
Draft is the graphic design club on campus, run by designers for designers. Founded in 2008, the organization is for communication and design students who want to expand their knowledge, develop their portfolios, network and share ideas. This friendly environment encourages personal growth and development in students looking to gain further experience outside of the classroom.
The Current is Carthage’s student-run weekly newspaper. It gives students the opportunity to develop as reporters, photographers, graphic designers and business managers. Open to students of all majors, The Current encourages individual initiative and involvement.
S.P.L.I.C.E., stands for Service based Productions that Launch Initiatives & Change the World by Empowering Lives. S.P.L.I.C.E. is a cohort of volunteer media makers at Carthage College that create, write, produce, and edit service-based film productions free of charge for nonprofit organizations. The goals of SPLICE are to support and enhance the community at large via filmmaking and to give students real-world, client-based experiential learning outcomes for their production portfolios. Projects will include PSA, short documentary, and commercials. We will have workshops, guest speakers, compete in film competitions, and have field trips.