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North Central College freshman wins scholarship in essay contest

Debra Jensen ’17
Debra Jensen ’17 wins $2,000 Buildium Build U. Scholarship for her essay, which argues the importance of shared beliefs within a company.

North Central College’s Debra Jensen ’17 won a $2,000 Buildium Build U. Scholarship for her essay, titled “The Most Qualified,” which argues the importance of shared beliefs within a company.

Katelyn Emricson ’15 is finalist in photography contest

Katelyn Emricson ’15, interactive media studies major
North Central College junior Katelyn Emricson is chosen a finalist in Photographer’s Forum College & High School Photography Contest.

North Central College junior Katelyn Emricson has been selected as a finalist in Photographer’s Forum 34th annual College & High School Photography Contest.

Emricson, an interactive media studies major and marketing minor from Woodstock, Ill., submitted photographs that were selected from more than 16,600 entries from students around the world. The photo was originally taken for an assignment in her Digital Photography class (ART 205), an IMS course.

North Central College students showcase talent in 2014 Senior Art Show

Senior Art Show features paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, photography and more by 13 graduating seniors, May 12-June 13, in two galleries.

Artwork by 13 North Central College art students will be featured in the annual Senior Art Show, May 12 through June 13. The 2014 Senior Art Show features a diverse body of work, ranging from paintings, drawings, sculpture and ceramics to photography, cutouts and mixed media.

Spanish department features four films, faculty discussions during film festival

“Casa de Areia” will be shown May 5
North Central College’s Spanish department and Fusión Espanola host “Festival de cine iberoamericano,” a viewing of films and discussion series, April 30-May 8.

North Central College’s Spanish department and student club Fusión Espanola cohost “Festival de cine iberoamericano,” a viewing of four films and faculty-led discussion series April 30 through May 8. The film festival is meant to serve as a cultural component for the Spanish language program. All screenings are free, open to the campus community and will be held in the theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall.

Wednesday, April 30:

Registration is underway for summer school at North Central College

Undergraduate and graduate students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.

Students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.

Registration is underway for a variety of undergraduate and graduate-level courses that often can be applied toward graduation requirements at a student’s home institution. Class sessions are offered in four- and eight-week terms, starting June 16. The second four-week term starts July 14.

Global human rights filmmakers show their film, lead workshop April 16

North Central College hosts documentary screening of “Disruption” and workshop by renowned documentary filmmakers Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates.

North Central College hosts renowned documentary filmmakers Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates as part of the College’s annual global human rights focus. The pair returns to show and discuss their new human rights film “Disruption” on April 16.

New award-winning website brings together student writing, photography, video and audio news coverage

Kevin Jackman ’14
North Central College students earn national recognition from College Media Association for ncclinked.com.

The talents of North Central College students again garnered national recognition with a first-place award for a new student-run website, ncclinked.com. The College Media Association held a convention and awards ceremony March 15 in New York City and North Central’s Chronicle staff competed among schools of all sizes in the online award category. In its first time competing there, The Chronicle came away with a David L.

Alumni filmmakers discuss “Breaking Into the Film Biz”

Emerging filmmakers, alumni Scott Drucker ’06 (left) and R.J. McNichols ’11
North Central alumni Scott Drucker ’06 and R.J. McNichols ’11 visit campus March 5 to discuss the business and art of making of their first films.

Emerging filmmakers and North Central alumni Scott Drucker ’06 and R.J. McNichols ’11 will visit campus March 5 to discuss the business and art of making of their first films.

Titled “Breaking Into the Film Biz,” their presentation is free and will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, in the Harold and Eva White Activities Center. Their talk and Q&A are open to the campus community and will especially interest young filmmakers, students of interactive media, and fans and aficionados of contemporary documentary film with a community and social conscience.

North Central College becomes new home to Illinois Prairie Path archives

North Central College is now home to archive materials from the Illinois Prairie Path that includes legal documents, artwork and other historical pieces.

North Central College is the new home of stories, photographs, illustrations and other materials that chronicle the 50-year history of the Illinois Prairie Path.

The College in early February accepted delivery of the Prairie Path archives, which had previously been stored in an archive work space in downtown Wheaton. The Prairie Path’s board voted in early January to donate the collection of legal documents, artwork and other historical materials to the College, which plans to hold an open house on a future date to be announced.

Director and producer Farrokh Asadi presents his film in U.S. premiere screening

North Central College will host the U.S. premiere of “Judith,” an epic film adaption by Farrokh Asadi of Bertolt Brecht’s play “The Jewish Wife,” on Feb. 24.

North Central College will host the U.S. premiere of “Judith,” an epic film adaption by Farrokh Asadi of Bertolt Brecht’s play “The Jewish Wife,” on Feb. 24.

Asadi, who’s also the director and producer, will be on campus to introduce and discuss the film at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, in Smith Hall at Old Main. The free screening is cosponsored by the College’s German program, German Club and Film Club.

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