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King's short stories in national competitions
Patricia King, adjunct assistant professor of English, recently placed two of her short stories as finalists in two different national competitions.
State of the Union watch party Jan. 25
Join the watch party for the State of the Union address and Republican response Tuesday, Jan. 25, starting at 7:30 p.m. in Heininger Auditorium.
Check out this week's Cardinal Close-Up
As a reminder, each week a new profile of a student-athlete is featured in an online article titled Cardinal Close-Up at northcentralcardinals.com.
“Salaam Bombay” gives view of urban life in India
Cultural Events and Office of International Programs present the documentary “Salaam Bombay” on Jan. 25 as part of this year’s international focus on India.
North Central College in the news
Media sources report recent news about events, men’s basketball, and interviews with College Life Trustee Roger Hruby and faculty member Judy Brodhead.
Join Poetry Slam, hear Carlos Gomez Jan. 21
The Union is back and joined forces with the Black Student Association and Residence Life to host the Poetry Slam, featuring New Yorker Carlos Gomez, Jan. 21.
Cardinal green site is live
Check out the updated Cardinal green website. Accessible from the homepage under “About us” and “Sustainability Central,” it’s your sustainability resource.
Alum cites impact of King's inspirational words
King’s words helped Brian Lee '01, speaker at the Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast, overcome adversity after a season-ending football injury.
Media reports on Spike Lee visit
Read reports by the Chicago Tribune, Sun-Times Media, NBC News Chicago, Daily Herald and more about Spike Lee’s visit to North Central College.
Tribune writer to meet with students, give talk
Chicago Tribune’s Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Blair Kamin will be on campus Jan. 20 for informal afternoon conversations and evening lecture.
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