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North Central College people in the news

North Central College people in the news

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Naperville Chamber of Commerce: “Member Spotlight” features President Harold Wilde. Chicago Tribune: “Kevin Manno leaving Q101 for MTV.” Manno, a 2005 North Central graduate in broadcast communication, will host MTV’s new show “Live at 5” in New York City.


Trustee Maria Wynne featured in news story

Trustee Maria Wynne featured in news story

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In a recent broadcast, Chicago’s ABC 7 News featured the Girl Scouts with interviews by North Central College trustee Maria Wynne ’77, CEO, Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northern Indiana. The story is titled “Girl Scouts run mini-city, learn about environment.”


NCTV17 features David Sanborn in concert in the Wentz

NCTV17 features David Sanborn in concert in the Wentz

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Naperville Community Television features saxophonist David Sanborn in concert and on the record at North Central College in July. He praises the intimacy in Wentz Concert Hall in online news story.


North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Naperville Sun: “Heralded trio leads Cardinals” on women’s golf, “NCC ranked 14th in Div. III football poll” Daily Herald: “Mel Brooks’ ‘The Producers’ takes stage at North Central” Chicago Jazz: “Bassist Charlie Haden performs in Naperville” Triblocal: “North Central College men’s track announces coaching re-organization”


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Keating and Hyett inducted to Naperville's Heritage Hall of Honor

Keating and Hyett inducted to Naperville's Heritage Hall of Honor

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Ann Durkin Keating, Dr. C. Frederick Toenniges Professor of History, and Mary Kay Hyett, office manager, Office of Community Development, will be inducted to the Naperville Heritage Society’s Heritage Hall of Honor Sunday, Aug. 1, at 2 p.m. at Naper Settlement. The yearly recognition honors people and organizations that have made significant contributions to preserving the history of Naperville. Keating will be recognized for her historical contributions.


"H.M.S. Pinafore" sets sail this weekend in Madden Theatre

"H.M.S. Pinafore" sets sail this weekend in Madden Theatre

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North Central’s second Summer Music Theatre production, Gilbert and Sullivan’s “H.M.S. Pinafore,” opens Thursday, July 29, for four weekend performances. Director Matt Boresi ’97, lecturer of theatre, brings a new twist to this classic hit, incorporating original dialog that had been dropped. The story of “H.M.S.” takes place aboard a British naval vessel in the 1840s and is a love story between members of different social classes.


Student-at-large in the news as good Samaritan

Student-at-large in the news as good Samaritan

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Erik Bock, a North Central student-at-large who’s taking statistics and management courses this summer, was featured in the news after rescuing a young teen from the flooded waters of the DuPage River July 27. Police said it appeared five teens were playing in the river at Knoch Knolls Park when one of them was carried away on a raft. Bock heard screams while doing yard work at his parents’ home in Naperville and waded into the nearby rushing water to free the teen. Bock hopes to complete his studies at Notre Dame University in three years plus a summer.


North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Illinihq.com: “Know who Allen Carius is?” features Al and his many coaching achievements on his 68th birthday The Journal-Standard: “Rough road back” highlights senior Matt Wenger and his recovery from last year’s football injury Sun-Times Media: “Sax man Sanborn aims beyond the expected” previews July 31 concert in Wentz Concert Hall


Chicago Tribune features College’s 10-year land use plan

Chicago Tribune features College’s 10-year land use plan

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On July 16 in the West Chicagoland Extra section of the Chicago Tribune, North Central’s updated 10-year Master Land Use Plan is featured. The Naperville City Council is expected to officially approve the plan July 20. Building a new science center is a focus of the plan and the Tribune article. Photo by Chuck Berman/Tribune: Physics teacher Joe Sagerer and students taking a summer course in physics in Kroehler Science Center.


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