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Artists included include Mary Ann Bonjorni, Beth Lo, Bobbi Tilton, and David James from University of Montana-Missoula; Mark Moak from Rocky Mountain College; Joel Soiseth and Norton Pease from MSU-Northern; Gesine Jasmine and Jeffery Conger from Montana State University-Bozeman; and Brian Cast and Lea Zoltowski from MSU-Billings. For more info, or to donate, contact Mason Preiss at 406-431-6837.

January 12: Opening for Carroll College Art Gallery (room 034 St. At 11 a.m., a special MLK Mass takes place in Borromeo Hall's St. 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 everyone. Kelly Cline presents, "The Climate Paradox: Venus, Earth, and Mars," at 7 p.m.

It is not a message board but an informational resource for the Carroll community and its supporters. After a valiant season of outstanding football before record crowds, the Fighting Saints made it to Rome, Ga., to vie for their sixth national crown but fell short last Saturday with a score of 23-7 as the University of Sioux Falls became the new NAIA champions.

Please forward your copy of Quick Notes on to alumni and friends of Carroll to keep them up-to-date about campus events. Both in Rome and back at home, plus all over the nation, Saints fans exercised the same high level of sportsmanlike standards as their team.

Dan Shea, also a veteran Italy tour guide, who will lead and enlighten from the Vatican to Assisi, Florence to Venice, Milan to Turin, and beyond to Oberammergau, Germany. THE CYCLE CONTINUES Live up to a green New Year's resolution right after 2009 begins: take your piling heaps of plastics over to the S. S." This past summer, after receiving a Hays-Fulbright 2008 Summer Seminar grant, Fine Arts Prof.

Ralph Esposito traveled to Greece and Bulgaria, where he learned of a group of Bulgarian artists living in the Chicago area who call themselves Bulgarian Artists Abroad.

February 19-March 1: Performing Arts mainstage production of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It." Directed by Carroll Theatre Director Chuck Driscoll. in Simperman Hall Wiegand Auditorium, room 101-202. A powerful story about the lives of three people when one of them contracts AIDS. April 3-4: Senior Showcase performance of "The Lion in Winter," work for mature audiences about the intrigues of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, in the Merton Acting Studio (Campus Center). May 14-17: Basic Preparation Course for Parish Nurses and Health Ministers.

Carroll faculty and staff free admission and Carroll students admitted free on Thursdays and Sundays. February 23: Carroll will host the 2009 state "We the People" competition, with teams of high-school seniors from around the state vying for trophies and glory in a simulated congressional hearing. The class will be held on the Carroll campus at the Parish Nurse Center in Simperman Hall.

Founded in 2007, Bulgarian Artists Abroad promotes Bulgarian culture throughout the world and aims to unify all artists of Bulgarian origin who live outside their home country.