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Traffic flow changes to one-way westbound on portion of Van Buren Avenue

Traffic flow changes to one-way westbound on portion of Van Buren Avenue

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A section of Van Buren Avenue near the Van Buren Parking Deck became one-way westbound beginning Monday, Oct. 7, to accommodate work for the Main Street Promenade East development.



City of Naperville will test outdoor warning sirens Oct. 7-11

City of Naperville will test outdoor warning sirens Oct. 7-11

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The City of Naperville informs the public that annual maintenance on the city’s 25 outdoor warning sirens will take place throughout the week of Oct. 7-11, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.   

During this time, each of the city’s outdoor warning sirens will be activated individually for evaluation. The campus community should not be alarmed when the sirens go off.



Washington Street resurfacing project begins Sept. 9

Washington Street resurfacing project begins Sept. 9

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Starting Monday, Sept. 9, the City of Naperville will begin resurfacing work on Washington Street, pending weather and unforeseen circumstances. Work is expected to be complete in mid-October.

Construction along Washington Street—between Osler Drive (near Edward Hospital) and School Street (north end of campus)—may cause delays to motorists traveling to and from campus during this time. Students, faculty and staff who typically use Washington Street are encouraged to find alternate routes.



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

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Media sources report news about student research project with the City of Naperville, faculty interview, starring student-athletes and summer wrestling camp.

City of Naperville: “City Partners with North Central College to Conduct Naperville Smart Grid Initiative Survey” features students in the Market Research class—taught by Mary Galvan, associate professor of marketing and director of the Center for Research—who conducted a survey of Naperville utility customers   



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