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North Central accounting students begin new partnership with Center for Economic Progress
Eleven student volunteers, trained and certified through the IRS, help low-income individuals and families in Aurora file their tax returns.
North Central to hold Topping-Out Celebration for Science Center March 14
Topping-Out Celebration signals milestone in construction of North Central’s new Science Center with placement of a ceremonial final beam on the steel frame.
Enactus student organization sponsors event at annual SEA Conference
North Central’s Enactus hosts financial experts to speak to artists about finding the finances to start a creative business and take it to the next level.
North Central journalism students mentor middle school newspaper club
A. Vito Martinez Middle School students visit North Central College to experience journalism from a college perspective.
North Central’s Mock Trial team advances to national tournament
For the second year in a row, the North Central College Mock Trial team advances to the American Mock Trial Association Opening Round Championship Series.
‘Out with the old in with the new’ theme earns Chronicle multiple awards
The Chronicle wins multiple awards, including second place for Best Website by Associated Collegiate Press & six awards by Illinois College Press Association.
Shannon presents research at College Art Association conference
Lindsay Shannon, North Central College assistant professor of art history, presented conference paper on the image of female citizenship in public monuments.
Wis gives keynote conference address on “The Conductor as Servant-Leader”
Ramona Wis, North Central College Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts & professor of music, was keynote at American Choral Directors Association conference.
North Central College helps set record at Feed the Need! MobilePack
In helping pack more than 1 million meals for starving children worldwide, students said, “We want to be involved and know we’re making a difference.”
Music and motion come together in Chords for Kids concert for children with autism
North Central College will host Chords for Kids, the 10th annual free concert for children with autism and other special needs and their families, on March 5.
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