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SIFE store open weekends

SIFE store open weekends

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NCC's Best store, operated by members of Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), is open for business Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The new store location at 100 E. Jefferson Ave. first opened to the public during the December holidays.  Its successful run led to the new weekend hours.


CANCELED: Jan. 20 town hall meeting of Democratic candidates for governor

CANCELED: Jan. 20 town hall meeting of Democratic candidates for governor

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Alumni who were eyewitnesses to King share experiences: noon Jan. 18

Alumni who were eyewitnesses to King share experiences: noon Jan. 18

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U.S. House honors North Central's men's cross country team

U.S. House honors North Central's men's cross country team

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View photos from Carius Track opening, Alumni Track Meet

View photos from Carius Track opening, Alumni Track Meet

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Photos from the Grand Opening of the Al B. Carius Track and Alumni Track Meet on Jan. 8 are posted to North Central's Flickr page. We welcome your comments on the photos and encourage you to bookmark the College's Flickr site so you can access it easily and regularly as new photos are added.


Jan. 16 panel to discuss personal experiences with Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan. 16 panel to discuss personal experiences with Martin Luther King Jr.

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[caption id="attachment_1373" align="alignleft" width="209" caption="1960, President Arlo Schilling and King meet on campus"] [/caption] A panel of distinguished North Central alumni and friends will discuss the 50th anniversary of the historic visit and speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on North Central's campus. Panel members who had personal contact with King will share and reflect on their experiences with the great civil rights leader. The panel is set for 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, in Meiley-Swallow Hall. Panel members include:
  • Rev. George St.


CANCELED: Democratic candidates for governor Jan. 20 town hall meeting on campus

CANCELED: Democratic candidates for governor Jan. 20 town hall meeting on campus

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Female students featured in "The Dixie Swim Club"

Female students featured in "The Dixie Swim Club"

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The Dixie Swim Club, a comedy about five Southern women, opens for five shows, Jan. 14-17. Their friendships began during college and are renewed yearly at a special getaway. The play showcases the College’s many actresses, says director Deborah Palmes, professor of theatre and chair of the Division of Arts and Letters. Originally written for five females, Palmes incorporates 15 student actors in a creative way. Written by three comic playwrights, The Dixie Swim Club will be staged at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 14, 15, 16, and a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. Jan. 17 in Madden Theatre.


Library receives grant to complete book collection on Japan

Library receives grant to complete book collection on Japan

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[caption id="attachment_1353" align="alignright" width="100" caption="Sample book from the collection"][/caption] Oesterle Library was awarded 60 books from the Nippon Foundation's grant, 100 Books for Understanding Contemporary Japan. The library already owns 40 of the titles on the project list. Acquiring the remaining 60 titles completed this unique core collection on Japan. The 60 new titles are currently shelved in the New Book Display in the Reference Room and available for checkout.


Celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. with Chicago Sinfonietta

Celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. with Chicago Sinfonietta

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Just in: Tickets for faculty and staff to the Saturday, Jan. 16, performance of Chicago Sinfonietta are free. This 8 p.m. concert in Wentz Concert Hall will mark the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an unforgettable performance of “The Dream Lives On: Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.”  The Chicago Sinfonietta is the nation’s most diverse symphony and will conclude the concert with audience participation of the spiritual “We Shall Overcome.” Faculty and staff still need to reserve a seat; call the box office at 630-637-SHOW (7469).



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