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150 Moments: President Henry H. Rassweiler, 1883-1888
North Central College’s second president was Henry H. Rassweiler, who graduated from North-Western College and served as president from 1883 to 1888.
Tribune critic praises new show starring North Central theatre alum Peter Sipla
North Central College theatre alumnus Peter Sipla ’07 is starring in a production of “Maple and Vine” through Dec. 4 at Next Theatre in Evanston.
A Master at Work
Herbie Hancock performed a mix of jazz standards and technological wizardry in Wentz Concert Hall.
North Central College junior Storm Styles interns at Porsche
North Central College’s Storm Styles, a human resource management and psychology major, lands internship in human resources with Porsche at Lisle office.
Opening night of “Distracted” includes talk-back with actors, faculty
Psychology and theatre faculty are hosting a noncredit Verandah opportunity and Q&A after the Oct. 20 opening night production of “Distracted.”
North Central College honors J. Charles Eldridge with Outstanding Alumni Award
North Central College is honoring J. Charles Eldridge of Wake Forest, N.C., with a 2011 Outstanding Alumni Award.
150 Moments: President Augustine A. Smith, 1861-1883
North Central College’s first president was Augustine Austin (A.A.) Smith, who served from 1861 to 1883 of Plainfield College and North-Western College.
Be central. Go global. Study abroad.
Students can check out the more than 50 study abroad opportunities during the College’s Annual Study Abroad Fair 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, in WAC.
The Manhattan Transfer performs two Christmas shows Dec. 4 at North Central College
The Manhattan Transfer will perform two shows of holiday music Dec. 4 at North Central College.
Regis Philbin joins Sesquicentennial Author Series at North Central
Author, entertainer Regis Philbin will discuss his new memoir “How I Got This Way” Dec. 1 as part of North Central College’s Sesquicentennial Author Series.
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