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Revived Naperville Marathon attracts top alumni
North Central College alumni—three men and three women—were among the top 5 finishers in the Nov. 10 Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon.
Sigma Tau Delta students, faculty host Victorian Feast
English majors, minors and faculty gathered in the A.A. Smith House for their annual Victorian Feast, hosted by the Sigma Tau Delta English honor society.
Webster investigates, publishes findings about belief in evil, in good
Russell Webster ’03, North Central College visiting assistant professor of psychology, published comprehensive study about pure evil and good in journal.
College hosts speakers and film Nov. 18-19 about unjust murder convictions
North Central College presents “The West Memphis Three,” a screening of the Academy Award-nominated film “Paradise Lost 3” and speaker series.
Help support scholarships, attend International Roundtable Lunch
Enjoy international foods and hear students discuss issues in home countries at International Roundtable Lunch and fundraiser at noon Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Moussetis publishes book chapter on new look of business organizations
Robert Moussetis, North Central College professor of international business, published a chapter in the book “Strategic Management in the 21st Century.”
North Central College showcases works by artist Deborah Orloff through Jan. 9
North Central College showcases works by artist Deborah Orloff in the exhibit “Holzwege” through Jan. 9.
Koenig presents paper, creates blog about Chicago art with student
Wendy Koenig, North Central College associate professor of art, gives paper at Holocaust studies conference; creates blog about art with graduate student.
Degenhardt is interviewed in Chicago Tribune article
Marguerite Degenhardt, North Central College pre-professional health program coordinator, is quoted in Chicago Tribune about careers as radiation therapists.
Gems shares expertise about history of sport, locally and globally
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, publishes article in journal, interviewed about history of the marathon and more.
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