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Distinguished alumni, cancer researchers are Rall keynote speakers
Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research welcomes two noted scholars, cancer researchers, professors and North Central alumni as keynote speakers.
Computer science students excel at regional competition
Computer science students stand out at Associated Colleges of the Chicagoland Area computer programming competition in advanced and novice divisions.
Three faculty and student publish book reviews
Faculty Sheryl Finkle, Jerry Gems, Zachary Jack and graduate student Stephanie Salerno have book reviews published in “Journal of Sport History.”
Junior places among elite performers in singing contest
Tanner Smale ’12 placed second in the Musical Theatre Competition of the Chicago Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Students help compost 620 lbs. of food waste
During a recent food audit in the dining hall, Bobby Mette ’14 came closest to guessing the amount of food waste, which will be used to create compost material.
North Central College in the news
Media sources report recent stories about new members of the Board of Trustee Associates, flamenco dance classes and upcoming fine arts events.
March 1 roundtable on gender differences
In honor of National Women’s History Month, the Gender & Women’s Studies program will hold a roundtable discussion led by six faculty at 4:15 p.m. March 1.
Film Central series presents two film screenings this week
“An Evening of Short Films” will be shown March 1 and “The Human Experience” on March 4, both at 7:30 p.m. in Meiley-Swallow Hall.
Student journalists earn Illinois College Press Association awards
Students journalists from North Central College have earned eight awards from the Illinois College Press Association.
NCC for Africa hosts new film
A new student group NCC for Africa will host the Feb. 28 screening of “Tony,” a moving story and the next chapter of the Invisible Children campaign.
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