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This week’s top 5 internships

This week’s top 5 internships

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Check out these new student internship opportunities. To learn more about the top five and more internships, contact Marlene Starzyk, assistant director of Career Development and internship coordinator, at 630-637-5143 or mstarzyk@noctrl.edu, or stop by her office in WAC, room 101.
 



North Central College Cardinals finish fifth at nationals

North Central College Cardinals finish fifth at nationals

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The North Central College men’s track and field team took a large leap forward in the team standings at the end of the final day of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships on May 26, scoring 30 points in the final two events and winding up fifth in the 84-team field.



Go Cards!

Go Cards!

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The North Central College men’s track & field team is competing Thursday through Saturday, May 24-26, at the 2012 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Claremont, Calif. The fourth-ranked Cardinals have 14 student-athletes competing at the championships, including two national champions and 10 All-Americans. Click here to read the lineup of Cardinals who qualified to compete at the national contest.



“Forever Plaid” returns to North Central for four shows May 25 & 27

“Forever Plaid” returns to North Central for four shows May 25 & 27

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“Forever Plaid,” an affectionate, toe-tapping musical comedy by Stuart Ross, returns to North Central College and Meiley-Swallow Hall for four performances May 25 and 27. The Company, a student-led theatre club, and Emily Schmidt ’12 have brought back the harmonic voices of Max DeTogne ’13, Tanner Smale ’12, Garrett Lutz ’12 and Bryan Renaud ’13 who starred in the May 2011 campus production.    



2012 faculty tenure and promotions announced

2012 faculty tenure and promotions announced

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The North Central College Board of Trustees recently granted tenure and approved promotions to several faculty members effective with the start of the 2012-2013 academic year in September. These faculty are:



Women’s Chorale presents “Finale!” May 24

Women’s Chorale presents “Finale!” May 24

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The North Central College Women’s Chorale presents its final concert of the season—an eclectic mix of repertoire and farewell to graduating seniors at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24, in Wentz Concert Hall.



May 23 is Student Appreciation Day at Bookstore

May 23 is Student Appreciation Day at Bookstore

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Students receive a 12 percent discount on a single apparel or gift item from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, as part of a sidewalk and in-store sale at the North Central College Bookstore. The Student Appreciation Day on May 23 will also feature fun complimentary refreshments. For more information call 630-637-5635 or stop by the bookstore.



Concert Winds presents spring concert May 22

Concert Winds presents spring concert May 22

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Nearly 90 musicians strong, the North Central College Concert Winds will present its Spring Concert at 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, in Wentz Concert Hall. With guest conductor Steven Green, the Concert Wind’s repertoire is varied with both contemporary and more traditional works. Among the pieces you’ll hear are Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever,” a concert march “Pas Redoublé” by Parisian composer Camille Saint-Saëns and an arrangement of “Amazing Grace” by Frank Ticheli.



Celluloid features film as part of Film Central series

Celluloid features film as part of Film Central series

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The third and final film of the Film Central series will be shown at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, in Madden Theatre. The new student film club Celluloid has chosen the featured film, “Rubber,” for its first campus-wide showing as an official club. Admission is $3/North Central community and $4/general public. “Rubber” is rated R and considered an indie horror film.



Teaching and career opportunities at community colleges

Teaching and career opportunities at community colleges

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On Monday, May 21, students are invited to hear a free talk by Olin Joynton, president of Alpena Community College in Michigan since 2004. He will speak on the topic, “Is a Teaching Career at a Community College Level For You?” at noon in the Fireside Lounge at the Harold and Eva White Activities Center.

Joynton is a strong advocate and supporter of community college education and will speak about career opportunities in both teaching and administration in community colleges. For more information contact Tad Lehe, professor of philosophy, at 630-637-5338.



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