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WWW.CARROLL.EDU T he P rospector s e n i o r q u o t e s ” 66 i am going to be applying all over in hopes of getting a job teaching, i would have to say some of my favorite memories involve chai parties with guad girls freshman year, softball weekend, and above all SEARCH and all the amazing people I have met through that experience. keila marmesh 66 66 i’m going to miss all my friends, i have met a lot of really great people here at car- roll! they will be sorely missed, after gradu ation i’m going to law school at montana or working for the man, jon tester in his bid for u.s. senator. scott peterson 99 66 . going down guad hill on a mattress, running from the cops on mount helena after sledding - all of m y good mem ories involve sledding and beer pong, this summer i’m going bach to Oregon and i’m going to study for the XCLEX, also try to get into a graduate nurs ing program, in the operating room, because that’s the b e s t ^ ^ place to be. emily davidson i am working at Starbucks for another six months and then hopefully moving south to be closer to family and my boyfriend alex, who is in the navy, i hope to start cosmetology school this summer as well, i am graduat ing with a communication's major, and am from Wash ington. kerry twohig 66 wä P f anyway, llave ToVetT carrol! and, in turn, carrol! has loved me bv i stjl.1 have a semester lejt, byt will.Jte esIingTjie w i | h great^opjfçjrtunitie^, ri great iriends and a wonde woman that l get to start a faihily wit brent 1. koning MIMI Some seniors are already counting the days to their free- ^ dom from being a student and others are just looking for ward to a summer break. The following is a schedule of • events for the 96th Annual Carroll Commencement. Friday. April 21st Softball Weekend: One of the traditions that Carroll has kept for decades for everyone to relieve stress the weekend before dead week. Saturday. April 22nd 8:00 p.m. - 1:30 a.m.: Senior Party. The senior party will be the last hurrah for the seniors who will be able to celebrate one last time before parting ways. Friday. April 28th 9:30 p.m. - Midnight Golf, Fox ÍC. Wednesday & Thursday. May 3rd and 4th 10:00 a.in. - 3:00 p.m.: Is the day to pick up cap, gown, hood and baccalaureate tickets. Friday. May 5th 10:00 a.m.: Rehearsal for Commencement, PE Center. 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.: Barbeque, St. Albert's. Hosted by the Alumni Office and Student Activities, this event will include the filling o f the senior class time capsule and the unveiling of the bricks on Alumni Walk. Saturday. May 6th 10:00 a.m.: Baccalaureate Mass, St. Helena Cathedral - Seniors will assemble on the south lawn at 9:30 am. 11:00 a.m.: 1:30 p.m.: Brunch, Campus Center Graduates, family, friends, faculty and staff. Tickets are $10.00 per person and there is no charge for graduates. 2:00 p.m.: Commencement, PE Center- Seniors assemble on the south side o f Guadalupe Hall at 1:30 p.m. VOLUME 89, NO. 7 * W ednesday , A pril 2 6 , 2 0 0 6