North Central College - Naperville, IL
2009's Lincoln Laureate, Stephanie Ryding ’10, is known for her high achievements both inside and outside the classroom.
North Central welcomes its fifth Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, Radha Rajagopalan from Toronto, Canada.
North Central College alumna and Board of Trustee member, Esther Benjamin ’90, has been named associate director for Global Operations for the U.S. Peace Corps.
The North Central Now profiles distinguished science division alumni as the College shapes its vision for a 21st century science facility.
One of the key goals of North Central College’s 2007-2012 Strategic Plan is to foster “a culture of inquiry”.
The Year of the Arts culminated with a Commencement ceremony celebrating the achievements of leaders in architecture, art, dance, theater and philanthropy. The
North Central College lost legendary teacher and academic visionary Richard Morse Eastman (H) ’93, professor of English emeritus, on June 17, 2009. He died at h
Leading up to the College’s 150th celebration in 2011-2012, the Archives is collecting oral histories of trustees, faculty and alumni.
It has been 20 years since North Central College President Gael Swing announced a “distinctive new program,” designed to “help train not only tomorrow’s leaders
Danielle Cifonie ’10 admits she didn’t know what the new Blue Key Society was all about when she was inducted in May 2008.
Lori Nita ’02 Novak sees the principles she studied in the Leadership, Ethics and Values program applied in her line of work on a daily basis.
The Schneller sisters’ generosity will leave a lasting legacy at North Central College.
For a college which numbers among its graduates many nationally and internationally recognized doctors, scientists, engineers and teachers of science, it’s hard
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
Unemployment makes the news nearly every day, but Emily MacGruder ’06 is tackling the issue in a country that doesn’t make the evening news: Tonga. Assigned to
Jeremy Borling ’02 likes to run marathons, but come October 11, he’ll be too busy helping run the Chicago Marathon to run in it. As communications manager for C
From a one-man office in Washington, D.C., Adam Schafer ’96 has the potential to affect water quality of the Great Lakes.
“It’s always about the kids and it’s always been about the kids.” That philosophy is the inspiration for Nick Guido ’09.
20 years after its launch, Junior/Senior Scholars has evolved into a multi-faceted program for 400 pupils in grades K-12, who benefit from tutoring.
Teaching a seminar about the Chicago media in 2004 resulted in an unexpected outcome for Steve Macek, associate professor of speech communication.