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College puts used food oil to good use
As part of its sustainability efforts, the College has partnered with Darling International, Inc. to serve as its used fuel oil and grease waste hauler.
International Festival is Feb. 13
The 15th Annual International Festival offers the campus community an opportunity to become immersed in a variety of cultures from across the globe.
Rock band Quietdrive to perform Feb. 17
The alternative rock band Quietdrive, with opening act Bascom Hill, will perform in concert Thursday, Feb. 17, in Pfeiffer Hall, hosted by CUAB.
The Chronicle hits the Web
The Chronicle recently released a new website where readers can catch the latest issue or access past and archived publications.
Ramona Wis publishes international article
Ramona Wis, Mimi Rolland Distinguished Professor in the Fine Arts and professor and chair of music, published first international article.
New exhibit features mixed media, acrylic paintings
“Whimsical Chapters of a Secret World” presents mixed media creations by artist Nancy Legner, on exhibit Feb. 9 through March 31 in Oesterle Library Gallery.
Gerald Gems awarded Fulbright grant
Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education, received a Fulbright Senior Specialist grant to teach and consult at the University of Copenhagen.
Sarah Lureau presents paper
Sarah Lureau, assistant professor of accounting, presented a paper at the American Accounting Association Midyear Auditing Conference in Albuquerque.
Mary McMahon gives talk
Mary McMahon, associate professor of mathematics and mathematics education coordinator, gave a talk at the ACI Teacher Induction Academy.
Fridays at The Union are back
Check out nccunion.com for upcoming events, including this Friday, Feb. 4, with headliner Rachele Eve, featuring Dan Price and Ben White with Chris Mathien.
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