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Founded in 1909, Carroll College in Montana’s capital city of Helena is a teaching centered private Catholic four-year college ranked by U.S.News & World Report as the number one regional college in the West eight years in a row and a top regional college “Best Value School” in the West. Students come to Carroll for its combination of top academic programs, affordable tuition with generous financial aid and the deep sense of faith-based community the campus offers. Top professors are role models for student excellence, with Carroll faculty members distinguished as published authors, Fulbright Scholars, groundbreaking researchers and recipients of National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities grants and awards.

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“Ha ha ha, very funny”: An Ethnographic Study of Conversational Humor among College Students, Carly Garrison and Alan Hansen