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Staff members participate in military immersion training
Named a military-friendly school since 2012, North Central continues to advance its services to student veterans and trains staff in military services.
Community garden flourishes in new location
Faculty, staff, students and community members get their hands dirty to help maintain the community garden, now located at Chicago Avenue.
Paintings by Chicago artist are displayed in Oesterle Library Gallery
North Central College features oil paintings depicting cultural influences from the life of artist Stella Zee in exhibit Aug. 24-Oct. 8.
Sculptures and video work are featured in Schoenherr Gallery
North Central College presents a collection of artwork by sculptor Marina Kuchinski in the exhibit titled “For Only” Aug. 14 through Oct. 11.
Sustainability efforts continue on campus with Project Move Out 2015
The third year of Project Move Out has taken strides since the Sustainability Office implemented a recycling and donation program for the College campus.
Summer researchers build comprehensive tree database that will serve multiple purposes
A joint student-faculty-sustainability research project seeks to catalog and manage the trees on the College’s 65-acre campus.
North Central partners with Flowers for Dreams to supply backpacks to needy students
Purchases of Commencement day flowers at North Central College help fund backpacks for 118 Chicago Public School students in need.
Biochemistry researcher Lindsay Hill ’05 Batorski, Ph.D., contributes to important vaccine findings
Lindsay Hill ’05 Batorski, Ph.D., is part of a research team devoted to discovering a vaccine to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
Princeton Review survey says: Our students love us!
Based on student surveys, The Princeton Review has again named North Central College as a Best Midwestern College and top Green College for 2016.
New graduate helps create sustainable change in Uganda
North Central College history major Deana Guarino ’15 volunteers in Uganda for two weeks with a nonprofit to support sustainable education.
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