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The circus comes to the stage in “Elephant’s Graveyard”
Relive the sights and sounds of a turn-of-the-century circus and discover a true and tragic tale when North Central stages “Elephant’s Graveyard” May 12-15.
This week’s top 5 internships
Check out the newest student internship opportunities in IT, marketing, finance, communications, accounting, exercise science, sport management and more.
Two students showcase their art April 6-May 9
Seniors Melissa Massey and Patrick Tyler Buchenot present their art in “Phantasm,” an exhibit featuring two-dimensional work, drawings and mixed media.
Reserve your free ticket to hear Spike Lee
Keynote speaker for MLK Week 2011 is noted filmmaker Spike Lee on Jan. 18. Students, faculty and staff can reserve your free ticket now; call the box office.
Students stage "Quake" and the quest for love
The theatre department presents “Quake,” a story that follows Lucy in her search to find the love of her life. Students will stage four shows Jan. 6-9.
Get moving with fitness classes, intramurals
Recreational sports are starting for students, faculty and staff. Choose from core crunch, Turbo Kick, kickboxing, indoor cycling, Zumba, yoga or five sports.
North Central welcomes eight new employees and congratulates one employee on his promotion.
Students star in theatrical production of Greek tragedy “Phedre”
North Central College presents a classic tale of Greek tragedy when students perform “Phedre” April 28 through May 1.
Faculty volunteer to improve student safety in public school district
Renard Jackson, assistant professor of education, and Keith Avery, lecturer in psychology, are working to address bullying in middle school.
New Music Festival features contemporary classical compositions
North Central celebrates contemporary classical music during its inaugural New Music Festival April 11-12 and features Dal Niente and Brooklyn Rider.
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