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North Central College continues to garner prestigious honors
Students and alumna receive National Science Foundation Fellowship, Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship and Goldwater Honorable Mention.
Christopher Corrigan ’16 directs student cast, crew in comedy of manners without manners
North Central College presents the triple Tony Award-winning comedy “God of Carnage” by playwright Yazmina Reza on May 5-7.
High volume of traffic expected on south campus Sunday, April 24
North Central College is host site for the April 24 inaugural Naperville Women’s Half Marathon and 5K, with start and finish lines at Res/Rec and stadium.
North Central College students engage in research, presentations, writing contests
With topics spanning politics, business, shoulder injuries, coffee and rock stars, students take advantage of academic opportunities outside the classroom.
Strong communities are safer communities
North Central College works to foster a campus culture where people look out for one another and take action when someone’s safety is jeopardized.
North Central students participate in annual College German Immersion Day
Students and faculty from various institutions took part in College German Immersion Day to learn more about the German history and culture.
North Central students trace the steps of Freedom Riders during spring break trip
As part of the Sankofa Verandah Experience, North Central College students followed the path of Freedom Riders during the 1960s.
Three-person cast presents humorous, surprising story of self-discovery
North Central College stages “Late: A Cowboy Song,” a quirky, poetic meditation by beloved contemporary U.S. playwright Sarah Ruhl, on April 21-24.
Student exhibit showcases ceramics and sculptures through May 1
North Central presents the student exhibit, “Anatomy of the Vessel,” featuring the artwork of Lauren Denler ’16.
North Central College supports first-generation students in transition to higher education
North Central’s Cardinal First program fosters community among first-generation students and faculty.
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