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North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Chicago Sun-Times: “Father-son night on tap in CCIW” Chicago Tribune: “Get your flamenco moves on” Daily Herald: “International Fest gives visitors insight into different cultures” Naperville Sun: “Take 6 bring voices only to NCC stage”


North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Daily Herald: “Why did Carol Stream tax hike succeed while others failed?” features comments from Stephen Maynard Caliendo, associate professor of political science. Naperville Sun “GO”: “Muntu Dance Theatre brings excitement to NCC”


The Union features art with a purpose

The Union features art with a purpose

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"The Union is a venue or series of events that are focused on live music for the most part, but we also show documentary films or art exhibits, all centering around the theme of supporting social causes, or raising awareness of social issues. We call it a venue for social change," said Jeremy Gudauskas, director of ministry and service, in a Feb.


Rick Spencer describes College's success on NCTV

Rick Spencer describes College's success on NCTV

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Hear Rick Spencer, vice president for institutional advancement, talk with NCTV’s executive director Liz Spencer about North Central College’s successes in the past and plans for the future, including its 150th anniversary celebration and science center. The interview is featured in a recent “Business Connection” program and also highlights the good working relationship between the College and city of Naperville.


North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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YouTube.com: “A Little Priest” from Sweeney Todd, one segment from the Jan. 29 New Student Showcase featuring the talents of first year and transfer students. Naperville Sun: “I feel like a better person” features student-athlete Jake Winder ’10, pole vaulter and national champion.


Local actress stars in "Junie B. Jones"

Local actress stars in "Junie B. Jones"

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The Daily Herald talks to St. Charles actress Colleen Fee, who stars as "Junie B. Jones" in a national touring production that stops at North Central College for two shows this Saturday, Feb. 6.


NCTV video features Cornel West visit and memories of Martin Luther King

NCTV video features Cornel West visit and memories of Martin Luther King

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Interviews with Rev. George St. Angelo '43, Professor of History Ann Durkin Keating, students and President Hal Wilde, including footage of the keynote address by Dr. Cornel West, were among the highlights featured in a program about the College's 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's visit to campus. The program was produced by Naperville Community Television. Visit http://nctv17.com/videos/napernews17/2010-01-22/mlk.html.


North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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The Beacon-News: “Study abroad programs can change lives” features North Central’s fall program in Costa Rica Naperville Sun: “North Central men aim to build on momentum” Naperville Sun: “In-demand Harlem Gospel choir stops at NCC” Naperville Sun: “Catch up with North Central College Cardinals on NCTV”


North Central wrestler in the news

North Central wrestler in the news

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Visit the wrestling page at northcentralcardinals.com (select flowrestling near the bottom of the page) to view an impressive interview with wrestler Johnny Starzyk ’12 by Mike Bare of illinoismatmen.com, who calls Starzyk “one of the best wrestlers in the state of Illinois.” The interview focuses on Starzyk’s decision to transfer from the University of Oklahoma and his experience thus far at North Central. The interview was taped at the NWCA/Cliff Keen National Duals on Jan. 9.


Mayor: North Central among year's bright spots

Mayor: North Central among year's bright spots

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Naperville Mayor George Pradel says improvements like North Central College's Residence Hall/Recreation Center and Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center are among highlights of the city's developments in 2009, The Daily Herald reports. The entire text of the mayor's annual State of the City address may be read at http://www.naperville.il.us/stateofthecity.aspx.


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