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See film about Native Americans' fight for their land

See film about Native Americans' fight for their land

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The College’s Cultural Events will host the free screening of an excerpt from the documentary The Penobscot and Their River at 12:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, in Meiley-Swallow Hall. The film documents the fight by Native American activists for their land.


Ash Wednesday service Feb. 17

Ash Wednesday service Feb. 17

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Take in a special deal and see Take 6 in concert

Take in a special deal and see Take 6 in concert

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The a cappella jazz and pop group Take 6 comes to Wentz Concert Hall for a performance at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20. The fine arts department has announced a 25 percent discount in ticket prices for faculty and staff. New prices are $30 and $23; call 630-637-SHOW (7469) to reserve your seat. With its roots in gospel, doo-wop and the sophisticated jazz-influenced singing groups of mid-century America (such as the Hi-Los), Take 6 is both a throwback to an earlier, more genteel era of American music and a precursor for a number of black male pop groups of the 1990s, most notably Boyz II Men.


Forensics team to showcase their work Feb. 16

Forensics team to showcase their work Feb. 16

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Relive, listen to address by Dr. Cornel West

Relive, listen to address by Dr. Cornel West

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Audio from the Jan. 15 keynote address by Princeton professor Cornel West during Martin Luther King Jr. Week is accessible online at http://northcentralcollege.edu/Media/Union/cornelwest.mp3. His inspiring address has been edited down to one hour. Listen to it again … and again.


Student publishes her own book of poetry

Student publishes her own book of poetry

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Sociology and anthropology major Erin Turnquist ’11 has self-published a collection of 52 poems in her book titled Just Singing’ My Song.


Cardinals wrestling team wins CCIW crown

Cardinals wrestling team wins CCIW crown

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Buoyed by a superior team effort that saw all 10 of its competitors advance to the final round, North Central’s wrestling team picked up its third straight CCIW Championship Feb. 11 at Gregory Arena. Also, head coach Kevin Bratland was voted the CCIW's Coach of the Year for the third straight season. Photo of Cowan Brown ’10


Experience international cultures at festival Feb. 14

Experience international cultures at festival Feb. 14

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For the 14th year, the Office of International Programs will host its annual International Festival. On Sunday, Feb. 14, from noon to 4 p.m. in Merner Field House, people of all ages can experience cultures from around the world and in the community, sample authentic international cuisine, enjoy ethnic dancing to live music and join in on games and crafts from around the world. Admission is $5 at the door; children 3 and under are free.


Feb. 12 Education Job Fair connects students, alumni with potential jobs

Feb. 12 Education Job Fair connects students, alumni with potential jobs

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Education students who will receive their certification during the 2009-2010 school year or alumni of North Central’s Teacher Education Program are invited to an Education Job Fair on campus Friday, Feb. 12, from 8:30 a.m. to noon in the Harold and Eva White Activities Center. Interested students must first request permission to attend the job fair from their course instructors or cooperating teacher where they’re student teaching.


Composer in residence gives lecture Feb. 11, premieres work with Women’s Chorale Feb. 13

Composer in residence gives lecture Feb. 11, premieres work with Women’s Chorale Feb. 13

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Chicago composer and former North Central music faculty member James Falzone will perform and host a free lecture, “who if not I: Creativity, Conscience and the Genesis of Ideas,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, in Koten Chapel. Falzone is in residence at North Central College on Feb. 11-12, visiting classes, speaking with students and attending rehearsals for the world premiere of a classical music piece commissioned to commemorate the College’s three-year focus on global environmental change.



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