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Students and alumni music educators connect at Illinois Music Educators Association conference
A record number 60 North Central College music education majors, 23 music education alumni and faculty attended the annual IMEA All-State Conference.
Students invite local owners of sport businesses to campus to share their stories
North Central College students host Entrepreneurship in Sport—a panel of four founders, owners, directors of local sport-related organizations—on Feb. 17.
Drawings by Lindsay Olson support work of everyday heroes in law enforcement
North Central College will showcase the exhibit “Tools of the Trade: A Resident's View of Law Enforcement” by artist Lindsay Olson, March 7-April 20.
North Central College Math Circle engages undergrads with gifted youngsters
A new program at North Central College is challenging young minds by giving youngsters their first exposure to advanced mathematical concepts.
North Central College expands services to address gender-based violence
North Central College is expanding services available to students affected by gender-based violence.
North Central College honors Nancy Majewski ’74 Range with Cleo Tanner Award
Alumna Nancy Majewski ’74 Range, a three-sport athlete, was honored with the College’s Cleo Tanner Award for Outstanding Contributions to Women’s Athletics.
Silkaitis cast in three roles in critically acclaimed tragicomedy
Carin Silkaitis, North Central College assistant professor of theatre, has been cast in Stephen Karam’s “Sons of the Prophet” at the American Theater Company.
Wade Balsamo ’17 and his father create award-winning video
North Central College freshman Wade Balsamo works with his father and wins scholarship by media production firm in video contest featuring nonprofit.
Head athletic trainer Sara Koski brings expertise, experience to North Central College
Head athletic trainer Sara Koski teaches students through experience, initiates unique injury-treatment protocol.
Sifri attends symposium for student affairs officers
Tatiana Sifri, North Central College director of the Dyson Wellness Center, was nominated and selected to participate in the Alice Manicur Symposium.
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