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Meiley-Swallow Hall, 31 S. Ellsworth St.
North Central College exhibits artwork by 20 art teachers in Naperville Community Unit School District 203 in campus gallery Nov. 4-Jan. 5.
11-04-11
Storm Styles
Storm Styles is profiled in the Lemont Reporter/Met because of her internship working in human resources at Porsche’s corporate office in Lisle.
11-04-11
WONC broadcast studio in Old Main
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.
11-03-11
Civil rights march at Edmund Pettus Bridge, 1965
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.
11-02-11
Patricia Schacht, assistant professor of psychology
Patricia Schacht, North Central College’s assistant professor of psychology, gives talk at Northwestern University on pros of teaching at liberal arts college.
11-02-11
Martin Luther King Jr. during campus visit in 1960
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.”
11-01-11
Piano soloist and improv artist Philip Fortenberry showcases a wide range of musical genres Jan. 22 at North Central College.
11-01-11
Contemporary pianist Jim Brickman brings an early Valentine’s Day with “An Evening of Romance” Jan. 28 at North Central College.
11-01-11
Renard Jackson, assistant professor of education
Renard Jackson, North Central College assistant professor of education, presented a workshop at the National Dropout Prevention Network Conference.
11-01-11
Ramona Wis, Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts
Ramona Wis, North Central College’s Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts and professor of music, was keynote speaker and session presenter at conference.
11-01-11

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