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North Central's annual Anti-Hate Week is Oct. 1-5

Anti-Hate Week, a student-led campaign to educate and raise awareness about various forms of oppression and discrimination, features speaker, daily activities.

North Central College observes its annual Anti-Hate Week, Oct. 1-5. Started by students in 1998, Anti-Hate Week is a week-long campaign designed to educate and raise awareness about various forms of oppression and discrimination.

CUAB presents artists Andy Grammer and Josh Damigo in concert

Andy Grammer
North Central's CUAB to host popular singer/songwriter Andy Grammer in concert with opening indie artist Josh Damigo Saturday Oct. 6.

North Central College’s College Union Activities Board (CUAB) will host popular singer/songwriter Andy Grammer in concert with indie artist Josh Damigo opening on Oct. 6.

North Central College student broadcasters earn three first-place IBA awards

Oliver Hall, home to WONC-FM 89.1
North Central College WONC student broadcasters win six Silver Dome Awards in state contest. Nine staffers earn nominations in national contest.

Student broadcasters representing WONC-FM 89.1, North Central College’s student-run radio station, earned six awards, including three first-place prizes, at the Illinois Broadcasters Association’s (IBA) 2012 student Silver Dome Awards on Sept. 21.

In this state contest, WONC first-place winners topped nominees from Eastern Illinois University, Loyola University, Illinois State University and the Illinois Center for Broadcasting.

North Central announces bachelor’s degree and major in Chinese

Jinai Sun, visiting assistant professor of Chinese
North Central College now offers a bachelor’s degree in Chinese language, expanding its Chinese minor, adding to overall foreign language major programs.

North Central College now offers a bachelor’s degree in Chinese language, adding to the College’s foreign language undergraduate major programs. The College has offered a minor in Chinese since 2006 and expanded the program to a major beginning in 2012.

Six new inductees to Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 26

Six new inductees to Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 26

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North Central College will induct six new members to its Athletics Hall of Fame at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, in Wentz Concert Hall during Homecoming Weekend.

The sports information office has published profiles about the first two inductees: Frank Gramarosso, Cardinals head men’s track and field coach and associate head men’s cross country coach, and Jim Dickerson ’95, who competed in the men’s cross country and track and field programs.



North Central College presents student-directed drama “Sin” Sept. 27-29

North Central College presents the student-directed drama “Sin,” a modern-day morality play set in the aftermath of the 1989 San Francisco earthquake.

North Central College presents the student-directed drama “Sin,” a modern-day morality play set in the aftermath of the 1989 San Francisco earthquake.

Three performances of “Sin” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 27-29 in North Central College’s theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall, 31 S. Ellsworth St. Tickets are $5/adults and $3/students and senior citizens; call the North Central College Box Office at 630-637-SHOW (7469) or visit northcentralcollege.edu/showtix.

Cardinal athletics continues tradition of raising funds for cancer cure

Mike Ream ’13, offensive lineman
North Central College athletics department to raise funds to cure cancer during Sept. 29 football game, as one player presses on despite family cancer story.

A recent tradition by the North Central College athletics department of raising funds for the American Cancer Society will continue Saturday, Sept. 29, during the Cardinals’ football game against Elmhurst College.

As is the case with many across the country, members of the Cardinal football program have been impacted by cancer in recent years. One team member’s experiences of watching several members of his family fight a battle, which has claimed so many casualties, have served as his own rallying cry to press forward and pursue his dreams.

Cultural Events invites campus community for lecture Sept. 26

North Central College welcomes Rutgers University faculty member Deepa Kumar who will give lecture on anti-Muslim racism and its impact on domestic politics.

North Central College’s Cultural Events welcomes Deepa Kumar, associate professor of media studies and Middle East studies at Rutgers University, to give a free talk titled “Constructing the ‘Muslim Enemy’: From the Crusades to the ‘War on Terror.’” She will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, in Smith Hall at Old Main. Her talk will examine anti-Muslim racism and its impact on domestic politics and is based on her 2012 book, “Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire.”

Artist Domingo Parada to discuss work during Sept. 26 reception in Oesterle Library Gallery

Artist Domingo Parada will discuss his work during a reception at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, in the College’s Oesterle Library Gallery.

Artist Domingo Parada will discuss his work during a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, in North Central College’s Oesterle Library Gallery, 320 E. School St.

The public is invited to the free reception, and complimentary refrehments will be served. Parada will give two talks about his work during the reception, one in English at 6:30 p.m. and one in Spanish at 7:30 p.m.

Macek publishes article and op-ed, gives talk on city planning

Steve Macek, associate professor of speech communication
Steve Macek, North Central College associate professor of speech communication and coordinator of urban and suburban studies, publishes article, gives talk.

Steve Macek, North Central College associate professor of speech communication and coordinator of urban and suburban studies, had an article published in the September issue of Z Magazine about Northeastern Illinois University Associate Professor of Justice Studies Loretta Capeheart and her battle for academic freedom.