North Central College - Naperville, IL
The career of Scott Haebich '78 has taken many twists and turns, including his most recent endeavor in co-owning and operating a glassblowing studio. For the pa
Visiting speaker for the College’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, Dawn Turner Trice, columnist for the Chicago Tribune, offered her views on race at th
From the science labs of Goldspohn Hall in the early 1940s came a scientist who was featured in Time magazine, honored in Washington D.C., and nominated for a N
In his Commencement address to the Class of 2009, Blair Kamin (H) ’09, the Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic of The Chicago Tribune, urged every North
Scholarship support is important to the ability of most students to attend North Central, but never more so than in this time of economic hardship for many fami
As the dimensions of the recession of 2008-2009 were becoming evident, some employees in Old Main watched admission numbers; others were monitoring and managing
In a year when competing institutions were experiencing declining enrollments, North Central welcomed another record-setting class of first-year students—544—al
North Central College’s commitment to student-athletes has helped to build an athletic program that ranks among the best of NCAA Division III schools. Cardinal
Mark ’61 and Joyce Carncross ’64 Minor of Nashville, TN, have been traveling the world as Habitat for Humanity volunteers. Mark has helped build homes in Brazil
Seven North Central students traveled to Haiti in December 2009 to work at an orphanage, school and medical center. Little did they know that within a few weeks
Dr. Cornel West, a Princeton University professor, author and lifelong champion for racial justice, was the College’s keynote speaker for Martin Luther King Wee
A faculty candiate recently asked President, Hal Wilde, a question that caught him by suprise: "You've been here about 20 years. How come you're still here?" Th
Kate Smith ’05 Pereda loves to teach science to her fifth-grade pupils in Addison, IL. During the one semester each year that she can even fit the topic into th
In a computer lab in Oesterle Library, elementary education major Kristen Robledo ’11 uses an interactive SMART Board to practice a lesson she’ll give to first
More than 15 years ago, the African nation of Rwanda experienced a devastating war caused by genocide.
Thanksgiving 2009 was a memorable occasion for Mitch Paliga, jazz saxophone instructor and a member of the jazz studies faculty at North Central. A professional
Lindsey Theis ’07 is settling in to her new role at CNN in Atlanta, using the tools she learned while majoring in broadcast communication at North Central.
Jaclyn Mitchell ’99 served as spokesperson for the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago as part of her position as director of marketing and communications.
The interests and multi-faceted career of Gene Arnould ’69 reflect the foundation of a liberal arts education at its best.
When U.S. News and World Report this fall placed North Central College among the top 80 institutions in the nation that have a special commitment to undergradua