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Bonita eating club, ca. 1908
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North Central College did not provide room and dining facilities in the early 20th century, but private homes offered room and eating clubs served up meals.
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North Central College students ask trustees to lift dancing ban, then hold formal protest, including missing classes and dancing outside Old Main.
Evangelical Theological Seminary chapel service, Koten Chapel
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North Central College and Evangelical Theological Seminary shared campus space, spiritual heritage from the College's earliest days in Naperville.
Robert Fieseler, from left, Harold R. Wilde and A. George Pradel.
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Naperville Mayor A. George Pradel has declared Nov. 11 North Central College Day in the City of Naperville.
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Three iconic buildings, built in the early 1900s, doubled the College’s physical plant and are still fully utilized today, though for different purposes.
WONC broadcast studio in Old Main
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From ham radio, to carrier current and AM, to WONC-FM 89.1 and the Internet, the radio voice of North Central College has been broadcasting for 64 years.
Civil rights march at Edmund Pettus Bridge, 1965
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Three busloads of North Central College students and faculty travel to Selma, Ala., to participate in civil rights march with Rev. King March 21, 1965.
Martin Luther King Jr. during campus visit in 1960
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Civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited North Central College on Nov. 21, 1960, and spoke during chapel service on “Stride Toward Freedom.”