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Graduate students showcase capstone research March 12

Students enrolled in the Masters of Leadership Studies Capstone course (MLD 697) will present their capstone projects and papers March 12.

Students enrolled in the Masters of Leadership Studies Capstone course (MLD 697) will showcase their research with presentations of their capstone projects and papers March 12.

The campus community is invited to hear some or all of the presentations at this free event from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the Fireside Lounge at the Harold and Eva White Activities Center.

Presenters and their projects include:

Ali Algahtani: Managers vs. Leaders

Students of various majors present their work in Photo Club exhibit

North Central College presents “Capture Photo Club Student Exhibition,” a collection of photography by students, March 13-April 6.

North Central College presents “Capture Photo Club Student Exhibition,” featuring the work of North Central’s Photo Club members.

The free exhibit runs March 13-April 6 in the College’s Oesterle Library Gallery, 320 E. School St. Meet the artists during a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday, March 23, in the gallery. Light refreshments will be served.

Students in Group Process class showcase fundraising efforts March 11

North Central College’s Group Process (SPC 214) class will host presentations about their fundraising efforts for local charities.

Students in North Central College’s Group Process (SPC 214) class, taught by Hillary Shulman, assistant professor of speech communication, will give group presentations March 11 about their fundraising efforts for local charities.

The groups will present at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 11, in Madden Theatre. The campus community is invited to attend this free event, and students from the class have invited contacts from the local organizations and charities to attend, too. A dessert reception will follow the presentations.

A record 33 North Central students help citizens with their tax returns

North Central College accounting majors are IRS-certified volunteers, providing free assistance and filing of tax returns for people who need help.

UPDATE April 15, 2014: Accounting majors who served as IRS-certified volunteers this tax season processed 584 returns, plus 25 prior year returns, and secured $850,000 in federal refunds and $90,000 in state refunds for people they helped. This was an increase of 45% over last year’s total returns. Awesome job!


LEV students attend Case Competition

Marie Butnariu ’16, Jon Kingzette ’15, Lexy Schwarzwalder ’16
Distinguished Leaders Marie Butnariu ’16, Jon Kingzette ’15 and Lexy Schwarzwalder ’16 attended the National Collegiate Leadership Conference Case Competition.

Three North Central College students—Marie Butnariu ’16, Jon Kingzette ’15 and Lexy Schwarzwalder ’16—attended the National Collegiate Leadership Conference (NCLC) Case Competition at the University of Arizona Feb. 14-16. The students are Distinguished Leaders in North Central’s Leadership, Ethics & Values (LEV) program and were selected by application to attend.

Forensics showcase presents student talent, also a fundraiser

North Central's 2013-2014 forensics team
North Central College’s forensics team will showcase its top performers and presentations at 7 p.m. Friday, March 7.

North Central College’s forensics team will showcase this year’s top student performers and presentations at 7 p.m. Friday, March, 7 in Pfeiffer Hall.

Open to the campus community, this event also is a fundraising opportunity to benefit the College’s nationally recognized forensics team. Admission is $5/person with proceeds going to help offset the program’s expenses during the competitive season.  

Students earn individual awards during Mock Trial competitions

Adam Sehr ’16, Brandon Sarkauskas ’15, Hugo Gonzalez ’16
North Central College’s Mock Trial team members earn several individual awards during the 2013-2014 season, October through February.

The North Central College Mock Trial team received several individual awards during its 2013-2014 season, October to February.

Team members performed exceptionally well, winning 11 individual awards as they competed against powerhouses such as the University of Chicago, Northwestern University and Princeton University. Their season ended with a well-fought Regional Tournament with 24 of the most competitive teams in the area.

Alumni filmmakers discuss “Breaking Into the Film Biz”

Emerging filmmakers, alumni Scott Drucker ’06 (left) and R.J. McNichols ’11
North Central alumni Scott Drucker ’06 and R.J. McNichols ’11 visit campus March 5 to discuss the business and art of making of their first films.

Emerging filmmakers and North Central alumni Scott Drucker ’06 and R.J. McNichols ’11 will visit campus March 5 to discuss the business and art of making of their first films.

Titled “Breaking Into the Film Biz,” their presentation is free and will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, in the Harold and Eva White Activities Center. Their talk and Q&A are open to the campus community and will especially interest young filmmakers, students of interactive media, and fans and aficionados of contemporary documentary film with a community and social conscience.

Seniors Ariel Hodge and Samantha Johnson showcase their artwork

Work by seniors Samantha Johnson (left), Ariel Hodge
North Central College presents “Fairy Tales and Realities: An Exploration into Social Distortions,” a student art exhibit March 6-31.

North Central College presents “Fairy Tales and Realities: An Exploration into Social Distortions,” featuring the artwork of senior studio art majors Ariel Hodge and Samantha Johnson.  

Their free exhibit will showcase drawings, ceramics, cutouts and sculpture March 6-31 in the College’s Meiley-Swallow Hall Gallery, 31 S. Ellsworth St. The public is invited to meet the artists during a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 7, in the gallery. Light refreshments will be served.

Using art for social justice is focus of North Central’s global human rights event

Artists, feminists Melissa Potter and Miriam Schaer will give a lecture and demonstration on the connections between poverty and women’s rights on Feb. 28.

With poverty reduction as North Central College’s global human rights focus this year, two guest speakers will give a lecture and artistic demonstration on the connections between poverty and women’s rights.

Their free lecture, titled “Using Art for Social Justice,” will take place at noon, Friday, Feb. 28, in the theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall.

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