North Central College - Naperville, IL
Patricia King, adjunct assistant professor of English, recently placed two of her short stories as finalists in two different national competitions.
As a reminder, each week a new profile of a student-athlete is featured in an online article titled Cardinal Close-Up at northcentralcardinals.com.
King’s words helped Brian Lee '01, speaker at the Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast, overcome adversity after a season-ending football injury.
Preparing for the College’s Sesquicentennial has meant drawing on a collection of ever-expanding resources.
Andrei Guruianu, assistant professor of English, gave a reading and talk from his memoir “Metal and Plum."
Tom Gill has had a number of his photographs published and/or used for webpages, magazines, newspapers and calendars.
Kamin will discuss his newest book, “Terror and Wonder: Architecture in a Tumultuous Age.”
Community members are invited to join in an evening of bowling, networking and fundraising to support a valuable resource for North Central education students.
North Central's 2001 Outstanding Senior Man Brian Lee will be the College’s featured speaker at the Jan. 17 Prayer Breakfast.
From left: Max DeTogne ’13, Tanner Smale ’12, Garrett Lutz ’12, Bryan Renaud ’13
North Central College students stage and direct “Forever Plaid,” a toe-tapping musical homage to the harmonic guy groups from the 1950s on May 26-29.
Musical talents of North Central College students will be showcased in Wentz Concert Hall during a series of six performances in May and June.
Ramona Wis, professor and chair of music, was the guest director of the East Tennessee Vocal Association 2010 Honors Women’s Choir.
Relive the sights and sounds of a turn-of-the-century circus and discover a true and tragic tale when North Central stages “Elephant’s Graveyard” May 12-15.
Artwork by Patrick Tyler Buchenot (left), Melissa Massey (right)
Seniors Melissa Massey and Patrick Tyler Buchenot present their art in “Phantasm,” an exhibit featuring two-dimensional work, drawings and mixed media.
The theatre department presents “Quake,” a story that follows Lucy in her search to find the love of her life. Students will stage four shows Jan. 6-9.
Ali Ledbetter portrays the Greek queen Phedre.
North Central College presents a classic tale of Greek tragedy when students perform “Phedre” April 28 through May 1.
Alexis Ledbetter '12 sees the need to teach young women about some other topics that will serve them well over their lifetimes.
It took just two years for William Muck, assistant professor of political science, to endear himself as a favorite teacher among North Central College students.
Associate Professor of Psychology Heather Coon thought she was headed for a research career in social and cultural psychology.
It's easy for Alex Pirela '13 to articulate why he was motivated to become an RA.