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Nicole Rivera, adjunct assistant professor of psychology
Nicole Rivera, North Central College adjunct assistant professor of psychology, presented “Exploring Diversity in the First-Year College Experience” at meeting.
11-08-11
Gregory Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, publishes essay on all-star pitcher as part of Society of American Baseball Research Biography Project.
11-08-11
One of many athletic training spaces at Athletic Complex
North Central College’s team of athletic training seniors takes second place at Illinois Athletic Trainers Association College Bowl.
11-08-11
Evangelical Theological Seminary chapel service, Koten Chapel
North Central College and Evangelical Theological Seminary shared campus space, spiritual heritage from the College's earliest days in Naperville.
11-07-11
 Daniel Noce and Ramona Nita tango dancers perform at Latin Music Festival
North Central College’s Spanish Club Fusion Española presents its second annual Latin Music Festival Nov. 8 with professional dancers, musicians.
11-07-11
Occupy Naperville
Stephen Maynard Caliendo, associate professor of political science, is cited in a Daily Herald article about the Tea Party and Occupy movements.
11-07-11
Robert Fieseler, from left, Harold R. Wilde and A. George Pradel.
Naperville Mayor A. George Pradel has declared Nov. 11 North Central College Day in the City of Naperville.
11-07-11
Kendall Selsky, visiting assistant professor of health and physical education
Kendall Selsky, North Central College visiting assistant professor of health and physical education, spoke at clinic about injury prevention techniques.
11-07-11
For the fourth consecutive year, the Cardinal football team retains the Little Brass Bell trophy and locks down playoff bid with win against Wheaton, 33-7.
11-07-11
Three iconic buildings, built in the early 1900s, doubled the College’s physical plant and are still fully utilized today, though for different purposes.
11-04-11

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