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North Central alumni, students hone skills as they lead and teach at summer camp
For the first time, North Central alumnae co-direct the Junior/Senior Scholars summer camp, a college readiness program that partners with high-need schools.
Sport management major interns with Chicago Blackhawks
Sport management major Derek Sanderson is spending his summer working as an intern with the Chicago Blackhawks' marketing department.
Four directions meet at North Central College art exhibit through Sept. 18
“4 Directions/4 Printmakers,” an exhibit of works by four different artists, will be shown from Aug. 12-Sept. 18 at North Central College.
Student Jacqueline Roller hosts first solo art exhibit
North Central student Jacqueline Roller hosted her first solo art show July 16 at the Naperville Art League.
Publication profiles English professor Zachary Jack on eve of author's talk
The River Cities Reader recently profiled Associate Professor of English Zachary Jack.
Ice cream shop supports Red Noise Marching Band
Cardinals fans who treat themselves to ice cream at a St. Charles shop on July 26 can support the Red Noise Marching Band.
Naperville Art League, Riverwalk Fine Art Fair winners exhibit at North Central College
North Central College hosts an exhibit of works by members of the Naperville Art League and winners of Riverwalk Fine Art Fair awards.
Keating is moderator at UIC conference
Ann Durkin Keating, Dr. C. Frederick Toenniges Professor of History, moderated a session on architecture and class at Working Class Studies Association meeting.
North Central College in the news
Media sources report news about faculty interview with Stephen Maynard Caliendo and previews of “Annie” and “Hot Jazz” summer shows.
Campus Safety officers to take part in July 29 Special Olympics lunch
North Central College Campus Safety officers will participate in a July 29 lunch that will benefit Special Olympics.
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