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Cornerstone Week: Thursday and Friday activities

Cornerstone Week: Thursday and Friday activities

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Cornerstone Week and Inauguration celebrations continue into Thursday and Friday. All events are free, except the Inaugural Ball, which includes dinner and dancing.

THURSDAY, MAY 16
Science Alumni Event
7 p.m. Madden Theatre



Oesterle Library presents spring term exhibits, newsletter

Oesterle Library presents spring term exhibits, newsletter

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During spring term, North Central’s Oesterle Library will feature publications by faculty members, the history of Cornerstone Day and highlights of the College’s Sesquicentennial Celebration. The displays are showcased in the library’s lobby.

Community Publications
David Fisher, professor of philosophy.
•    “Law and Revenge Violence: From Saga to Modern Fiction” in Teaching Law and Literature, 2011.



Cornerstone Week: Wednesday, May 18, events

Cornerstone Week: Wednesday, May 18, events

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The day includes the unveiling of campus beautification improvements during breakfast with the Riverwalk Foundation, screening of “A College Is Born” documentary and jazz concert.

Wednesday, May 18

7:30 a.m., Wentz Concert Hall lobby, by invitation
Breakfast with the Riverwalk Foundation features the public unveiling of planned beautification improvements, including the North Central College Riverwalk Gateway near Fredenhagen Park and the Sesquicentennial Walkway, the alleyway between Brainard and Loomis streets from Benton to Jefferson avenues.



Cornerstone Day indoors at Kaufman

Cornerstone Day indoors at Kaufman

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Today's luncheon and celebration for Cornerstone Day will be held indoors at Kaufman Dining Hall, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Starting at noon, entertainment will include performances by North Central’s Concert Winds, NCC Express show choir, Red Noise pep band and Big Band. This special day commemorates North Central College’s May 1870 move from Plainfield to Naperville and the laying of the original cornerstone for Old Main at 30 N. Brainard St.


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