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Alumnus makes dream a reality by opening tennis club
Tennis pro Robin Henders ’03 opens new tennis facility in Plainfield for Five Star Tennis.
North Central College education alumni named principals of high-achieving high schools
Alumni of North Central College’s master of arts in education program are named principals of suburban high schools with reputations for academic excellence.
North Central College presents works by photographer Bernard J. Kleina through March 2
North Central College will showcase works by photographer Bernard J. Kleina in the exhibit “The Chicago Freedom Movement Photography” Jan. 17 through March 2.
North Central alumna kicks off MLK Week as Prayer Breakfast speaker
NeAngela Marshall, an assistant state’s attorney with Cook County and 2004 alumna, is featured speaker at North Central College’s MLK Prayer Breakfast Jan. 20.
Annual Snow Bowl fundraiser for Tyson Center is Feb. 7
Students, alumni, community members are invited to the Snow Bowl, a night of bowling and networking to benefit the Tyson Resource Center for future educators.
Teach First program at North Central College is focus of video
The Dunham Fund showcases its partnership with the Teach First program in a video featuring North Central College educators and students.
College Honors and Entrepreneurship programs move to Rall House
Starting winter term, faculty and staff offices for the College Honors and Entrepreneurship programs have new office locations at Edward Everett Rall House.
Gems gives talks, publishes book and article about sports history, society and identity
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, publishes book, co-publishes article, co-presents at universities in Sweden.
Students encouraged to apply early for Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP)
Students are encouraged to file Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms early to qualify for Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP) funds.
North Central College students perform “Somebody/Nobody” Jan. 16-19
North Central College students stage four performances of the comedy “Somebody/Nobody” Jan. 16-19.
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