Doing so helps break down the public stereotype that most or all gay or bisexual men are effeminate.
It is not a message board but an informational resource for the Carroll community and its supporters. The firm's CEO and chairman of the board, Robert Peccia, also serves on Carroll's board of trustees. If you'd like to rid yourself of excess for a good cause, donate your treasure of trash to the January 31 Up 'Til Dawn third-annual Rummage Sale fund-raiser. Jude Children's Research Hospital, which gives kids with cancer lifesaving treatment no matter what, if anything, their families can pay. 30 at the Carroll Associated Students of Carroll College Offices in the lower level of the Campus Center.
Please forward your copy of Quick Notes on to alumni and friends of Carroll to keep them up-to-date about campus events. Jerry Lowney of the Sociology Department, with music by Carroll Professors Anne Perkins and Jack Oberweiser along with the Carroll Choir. Thus, three of the top nationally recognized engineering firms in the country have senior leaders who are associated with or graduated from Carroll College. The ASCC will accept clothes, furniture, music CDs, and pretty much anything but underwear.
SEGREGATION, INTEGRATION AND JUBILATION On Monday, January 19, Carroll College will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. At 11 a.m., a special MLK Mass, open to all, takes place in Borromeo Hall's St. After an afternoon of student volunteer work in the community, a 7 p.m. For more info, or to donate, contact Mason Preiss at 406-431-6837 or email .
MLK Forum will occur in the lower level of the Campus Center with Fr. George Harper, and longtime Carroll faculty member Dorothy Harper presenting "Segregation, Integration, and Jubilation in the Old South." All events are free and open to the public. And, speaking of helping others, the Carroll College 2008 Toys for Tots drive this past December collected over 200 gifts that were distributed to children throughout the Helena area.
You’d be surprised at how many masculine men are gay or bisexual or how many feminine women, for that matter are gay or bisexual.
[More sighs of relief fill the room] I can already “hear” some you saying, “GAY!
Freshmen and new transfer students can apply for this annually renewable scholarship of $1,500 minimum on up. 22, join Carroll student and Kyrgyz native Nurgul Tilenbaeva as she presents "The Amazing Country of Kyrgyzstan" at the Lewis and Clark Public Library at 7 p.m. In her talk, she will explain the beauty of her country and its culture through pictures, music, native costumes and discussion.Welcome to Carroll's electronic newsletter Quick Notes, a weekly (and in summer, bi-weekly) synopsis of the news and happenings around Carroll College. Joe received an honorary doctorate from Carroll in 1967 and served on Carroll's President's Council and board of trustees, including the distinction of being the first layman to preside as board chair.Quick Notes is intended to keep Carroll's students, alumni, friends and employees in touch with college accomplishments and activities. Foundation, launched at Carroll College, will be holding a Christmas lights recycling drive. And, Robert Peccia and Associates, again from Helena, was also ranked within the CE News top 50. Even in hard times, we fortunate Americans are beset by annoying household clutter. will also be collecting cell phones and print cartridges to raise money for community service organizations. 20, at 7 p.m., the Montana Historical Society, Carroll College and Humanities Montana will present a free public program, "Obscene in the Extreme: The Burning and Banning of John Steinbeck's ‘The Grapes of Wrath'" at 7 p.m. After telling the story of censorship and class warfare, Wartzman will sign copies of his book. To audition, go to the Performing Arts Center in Old North, St. Auditions are open to anyone from the Carroll or Helena communities. In this talk, author Rick Wartzman will present an illustrated lecture on his book, "Obscene in the Extreme," which documents how Steinbeck's classic went from #1 bestseller to the ashcan in several California counties where it offended the rich and powerful. 12-13, Carroll's Performing Arts Department will hold auditions for William Shakespeare's "As You Like It," which will be the department's mainstage production of this semester.Fans of these popular comic book heroes can now relax.