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North Central students featured in new video series about coffee trade

A group of North Central College students are featured in a new video series about the coffee trade and ethical business practices.

Contact: Ted Slowik, Director of PR and Media Relations, 630-637-5307, tjslowik@noctrl.edu Jan. 20, 2010—A group of North Central College students are featured in a new video series about the coffee trade and ethical business practices. The Mission Coffee Can series chronicles how North Central College students work with Guatemalan growers to sell their coffee in the United States. The premiere episode of Mission Coffee Can debuted on Feb. 24 at www.missioncoffeecan.com. New five- to 10-minute episodes will be available every Wednesday for 14 weeks through May 19.

Students who served in Haiti raise funds for earthquake relief

A team of seven North Central College students who traveled to Haiti are raising funds to support relief efforts after the Jan. 12 earthquake.

Contact: Nancy Dunker, Associate Director of Public Relations, 630-637-5306

Jan. 19, 2009--A team of seven North Central College students who traveled to Haiti in December 2009 to work at an orphanage, school and medical center are raising funds to support relief efforts after the Jan. 12 earthquake. Donations will support Mission of Hope's medical clinic Hospital of Hope, which is located north of Port-au-Prince and is functioning, but overwhelmed with need.

The Union hosts musicians, poets, speakers this winter

An award-winning poet, renowned civil rights leader, touring musicians and more headline at The Union in downtown Naperville this winter.

An award-winning poet, renowned civil rights leader, touring musicians and more headline at The Union in downtown Naperville this winter. Sponsored by North Central College's Christian Life Council, The Union is a venue gathering place that draws regular Friday night college-age crowds for spiritually significant expressions of music, film and art.

Vocalist Janice Borla kicks off 2010 Jazz Faculty Concert Series Jan. 13

The third Jazz Faculty Concert Series will feature jazz vocalist Janice Borla with pianist Frank Caruso, bassist Larry Kohut and drummer Jack Mouse.

North Central College will feature jazz vocalist Janice Borla in the third performance of the Jazz Faculty Concert Series on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Joining her will be guitarist John McLean, pianist Frank Caruso, bassist Larry Kohut and drummer Jack Mouse.

The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave, Naperville. Tickets are $15/adults and $12/students and senior citizens; call the North Central College Box Office at 630-637-SHOW (7469) or visit http://northcentralcollege.edu/show.

"Trail of Tears", Multicultural Affairs spring break trip

Nine students gave up warm weather and headed northward for their spring break to learn more about Native American history and culture. They spent a week living with residents of the Mohican reservation called Stockbridge-Munsee, located near Shawano, WI.

North Central College Celebrates Inauguration Day

The realities facing the new administration have taken over the media headlines, but for one magical day—Tuesday, January 20—North Central College celebrated the inauguration of U.S. President Barack Obama along with the rest of the world.

A Community of Learners

 

Every spring, the North Central College community celebrates the achievements of outstanding students in academics, co-curricular activities and athletics. Their accomplishments impress even the most veteran of faculty and staff, who have devoted their careers to student learning, critical inquiry and leadership development.

Student Finds Big Adventures at a Small College

How do you combine French and chemistry with forensics, flute and community service? Sarah Brady '08 found the answer at North Central College.

SIFE Celebration

North Central's Students In Free Enterprise again qualified for national competition, scheduled for May 13-15 in Chicago. Back row from left are Jerry Thalmann, associate professor of accounting; Blake Tatroe '08, Kyle Hills '09, Jeff Cisowski '08, Morgan Brown '09, Kelli Lawrence '11, Asha Dickey '09 and Ellen Gilmore '11. Seated from left are Megan Boan '08, Brandon Hubner '08, Suzanne Jesse '11, Sunbir Gill '10, Catherine Borzym '11 and Jean Clifton, associate professor of management.

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