You’re a major in biology with a passion for movies and relish the opportunity to write movie reviews, or a sociology major who writes poetry on the side, or an accounting major with a wicked sense of humor willing to poke some fun at the accounting profession.
Maybe you’d like to take your business skills and apply them to a campus initiative, or to find outlets for your professional aspirations as a magazine writer. Or you're looking to get feedback for a plan you have to change policy or rethink campus practice.
North Central’s nationally recognized student publications offer you unique opportunities to report, write, edit, manage, design, illustrate, photograph and communicate. From The Chronicle, the weekly campus paper, to the North Central Review, a literary magazine with a national readership, to The Kindling, the popular humor publication, opportunities abound to play a focused role or to explore and integrate a wide range of experiences.
Mandy Kilinskis, Rachel Hamsmith, and Alyssa Vincent were all led into the fold by upperclass mentors. Their leadership in North Central's student-managed publications prepares younger students to accept the same responsibilities that these three editors fulfilled.