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With three distinct Christmas shows this weekend—two Saturday and one Sunday—North Central showcases entertaining performances to kick off the holiday season.
Megan Otermat was promoted to assistant director of international admission, and Timothy Krings and Anthony Piloto join the maintenance department.
During D-Term, students and staff travel to rural Appalachia to repair and build homes and to Haiti to work with Mission of Hope’s clinic, orphanage and school.
Ten students who are involved in Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) left campus Nov. 30 for a two-week visit with coffee growers in communities in Guatemala.
Jazz faculty members Janice Borla and Jack Mouse were featured in “Recording” magazine in the article “A Basement Conversion: The Borla/Mouse Basement Studio.”
Recent media sources report North Central College stories about the football team’s historic trip to round three of the playoffs and SIFE projects.
The art work of two senior art majors, Ali Urasky and Marcy Thomas, will be showcased in an exhibit titled "Treasured Undesirables" during February.
North Central seniors who are majoring in theatre will stage, direct, choreograph and present the classic romantic comedy “The Wedding Singer” March 3-6.
Recent print and online media sources report North Central College stories about Old Main tower bells, senior Tommy Rivera-Vega in “Cats” and football playoffs.
View highlights and interviews produced by NCTV17 of football’s round one victory over St. Norbert College and the men and women at cross country nationals.

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