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  • Domains of Knowledge 

    Salsieder, Paul (2016)
    Mural A large mural depicting several figures engaged in multiple tasks, including waving a red flag, carrying a globe, caring for an infant, meditating, reaching out to a bright light in the heavens, seated among books ...
  • Don Quixote 

    Carthage College Art Collection (2010)
    Painting Depicts Cervantes' characters Quixote and Sancho Panza approaching the windmills of La Mancha in Spain. 19 (3/8)" x 23 (5/8)" Painted by Mohamed Madani Donated by "Spain, Intensive Language Study" - ...
  • Don't Worry, Be Happy 

    Matthews, Sean R. (1988)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting a smiling man. The man has short hair, and wears a hat, an undershirt, a shirt, and a jacket. The print was done with black, grey, and white ink. 11 (1/8)” x 15 (1/8)” Printed by: ...
  • Donald D. Hedberg 

    Boeck, Laurel (2005-08-07)
    Painting A portrait depicting the portrait of Donald D. Hedberg. He is depicted as an older gentleman, sitting, resting his chin on top of his left hand, while under his right hand is a copy of The Wit and Wisdom of ...
  • The Double Exposure SI Model: A Senior Thesis 

    Stapf, Kerry (2017-05-31)
    The SI model of disease spread is a fairly simple and well-known way to study disease. In the model, each person is either susceptible or infected, and the infection spreads when a susceptible person interacts with an ...
  • The DŌ of Japanese Identity 

    Lynch, Michael (2012)
    All cultures each are built upon various sets of principles, philosophies, and traditions. Some principles are shared between the various cultures, displaying similarities. Other principles display the sharp contrasts ...
  • Dr. Barry Westfall 

    Carthage Photographs (1970)
  • Dr. Daniel Jurkovic talking with Students 

    Carthage Photographs (1970)
  • Dr. Eunice Boyer teaching a class 

    Carthage Photographs (1980)
  • Dr. Heffelbower 

    Carthage Photographs (1920)
  • Dr. Jennifer Gates-Foster lecture: “Egypt’s Desert Frontier: The Ptolemaic Fortress at Bir Samut” 

    Gates-Foster, Jennifer (2016)
    Dr. Jennifer Gates-Foster of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, discusses her work with the ceramic evidence from a current excavation in Egypt. Dr. Gates-Foster is also a Co-Director of the Omrit Excavations ...
  • Dr. Jennifer Gates-Foster lecture: “Egypt’s Desert Frontier: The Ptolemaic Fortress at Bir Samut” 

    Gates-Foster, Jennifer (2016)
    Dr. Jennifer Gates-Foster of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, discusses her work with the ceramic evidence from a current excavation in Egypt. Dr. Gates-Foster is also a Co-Director of the Omrit Excavations ...
  • Dr. Joseph Johnson 

    Thwailes, Chas (1945)
    Painting A portrait depicting Dr. Joseph Johnson. He is shown seated on a red chair, wearing a pair of glasses, a suit and tie, as well as a ring on left ring finger. On the frame of the piece is a small plaque, that ...
  • Dr. Merle Boyer and a student in class 

    Carthage Photographs (1970)
  • Dr. Nelson Peter Ross: Chairman History Department 

    Miller, C. Ross; Carthage College Art Collection (1977)
    Painting A painting of Dr. Nelson Peter Ross sitting at a desk containing a pile of books, a lamp, a notebook, and some pencils. Ross wears a suit and tie, has short brown hair and wears glasses. The room he is in ...
  • Dr. Wael Farouk: Faculty Recital Series 

    Farouk, Wael (2016)
    Join us in welcoming our newest music faculty, Prof. Wael Farouk in a night of music.
  • Dramatics Club, 1912 

    Carthage Photographs (1910)
  • Dreamtime 

    Carlson, Cynthia L. (1996)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting a sleeping woman, whose hair elongates and curls around four figures. These figures include a man wearing clothing from ancient Greece, another man wearing clothing from ancient Egypt, ...
  • Dreissena polymorpha: An Observational Chemical Attachment Study 

    Mendoza, Amanda (2014-09-26)
    Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) are an invasive species that have taken over many of the waterways within the United States, specifically the waterways of the Great Lakes region. Due to its ability to attach to almost ...