North Central College - Naperville, IL
Art works by two North Central College students will be featured in a free exhibit during October.
“If you’re studying politics, you’re in the right place”
A corporate executive tells a class of North Central College students about ways to better prepare themselves for the career world.
Paloma Martinez-Cruz and Christine Rabenold have co-curated a multimedia art exhibition titled “Strong and Chata: We Are All Narizona.”
The award-winning Bollywood film "Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India" and local documentary "Workers' Republic" will be shown at North Central College.
Agatha Christie's murder mystery, "The Mousetrap," is coming to North Central College Oct. 14-16.
Frank Caruso, pianist and lecturer in music, has co-written a manual titled “Piano Improvisation: A Powerful Practical System” with Karl Mollison.
Renard I. Jackson, assistant professor of education, served as an independent peer reviewer for the Investing in Innovation
Barry Skurkis is the featured artist in a one-person exhibit at Ainsworth Gallery in Joliet.
North Central College junior Kelly Rivard is earning recognition for her innovative use of social media as a forum for discussing agricultural issues.
Ann Durkin Keating, Will Barnett and Nancy Keiser served as resident scholars to some 42 teachers from five local school districts.
North Central will feature "Charlotte's Web," a children's play based on the book by E.B. White, with two matinee performances at 1 and 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24.
Matthew Miller will guest direct an original collection of one acts titled "The Sleepy Hollow Plays," for North Central for four performances, Oct. 21-24.
North Central went green during opening week’s No Waste Picnic when it partnered with SCARCE and Compost Supply
Alex Knobloch ’10 is attending the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD, where he’ll pursue a medical degree through the U.S. Ai
Christi Thigpen M ’10 received the special “fist bump” from President Hal Wilde that was a distinguishing finale for the Class of 2010.
Derek Sulo ’10, plans to juggle an internship in exercise science at Northwestern University.
Dominic Sulo ’10, a marketing and management major, landed a position in his desired career field: commercial real estate.
After a busy four years on campus, Danielle Cifonie ’10 obtained a teaching job in the very competitive Teach For America program.
Jeannette Clark ’10 may be a new graduate in elementary education, but she’s no stranger to the education process, which is probably why she achieved the honor