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Joliet newspaper profiles student-athlete James Hoffman

Student-athlete James Hoffman talks about the upcoming track and field season and his interest in interactive media studies in a profile by his hometown paper.

Student-athlete James Hoffman of Minooka is profiled in a Joliet Herald News article in which he talks about the upcoming 2012 track and field season and his interest in interactive media studies.

Hoffman will be begin his senior year as a Cardinal this fall and told his hometown paper he has a specific athletic goal in mind for his final year at North Central.

“I’d really, really like to qualify for nationals in the 400 hurdles,” he said.

Student-athlete Kevin Gillespie profiled in hometown newspaper

The Geneseo Republic newspaper profiles student-athlete Kevin Gillespie in a piece that highlights his success with North Central's basketball team.

The Geneseo Republic newspaper profiles student-athlete Kevin Gillespie in a piece that highlights his success with North Central's conference championship-winning basketball team.

Gillespie told his hometown newspaper he chose to play at North Central College because of the coaching staff, the quality education and because the College is halfway between his brothers in Chicago and his family in Geneseo.

Sport management major interns with Chicago Blackhawks

Sport management major Derek Sanderson is spending his summer working as an intern with the Chicago Blackhawks' marketing department.

Sport management major Derek Sanderson is spending his summer working as an intern with the Chicago Blackhawks' marketing department.

Sanderson, of St. Louis, Mo., is entering his junior year. He was profiled Friday in the Blackhawks Daily, the team's front office newsletter. In the profile he answered questions about why he chose to attend North Central, what books he likes to read and where he'd like to retire.

Senior Molly Link receives leadership award

Molly Link, a graduating senior and sociology major, was voted recipient of the Mark A. Reid Student Leadership Award by her senior classmates.

July 8, 2011—Molly Link, a graduating senior and sociology major from Batavia, Ill., was voted recipient of the Mark A. Reid Student Leadership Award by her senior classmates.

Each year, a deserving senior receives this award in honor of Mark Reid, a former student leader and president of North Central’s Student Association when he was killed in an auto accident in 1984.

Parents can still register kids for summer camps at North Central

There’s still time this summer for parents to enroll their children in academic and athletic camps at North Central College.

There’s still time this summer for parents to enroll their children in academic and athletic camps at North Central College.

Registrations are accepted until the day before a camp begins, and remaining camps continue through July. Visit northcentralcollege.edu/summercamps to register online or call the Office of Community Development at 630-637-5560 for course fees and other details.

Remaining 2011 Summer Camps include:

Men's Basketball Earns Share of Conference Title

The North Central College men's basketball team has achieved in the face of long odds and been declared CCIW Co-Champions for the 2010-2011 season.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Clark Teuscher, Sports Information Director, 630-637-5302

T-shirt giveaway for students at Saturday’s games

T-shirt giveaway for students at Saturday’s games

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Members of the Legacy Program gave away FREE “Cardinal for Life” T-shirts to students on Jan. 19 at Kaufman Dining Hall and want to give away more.



Athletic Training's New Home

Athletic training's new facilities.
The athletic training program is making the most of its recent move into a space it can truly call its own.

The North Central College athletic training program is making the most of its recent move into a space it can truly call its own, having relocated to a 3,000-square foot facility in the Res/Rec Center.

National Girls and Women in Sports Day Celebration

National Girls and Women in Sports Day Celebration 2011
North Central College continued its tradition of leadership in the recognition and celebration of women’s athletics.

North Central College continued its tradition of leadership in the recognition and celebration of women’s athletics on Tuesday, Feb. 1, conducting its sixth annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) Luncheon in the Harold and Eva White Activities Center.

A crowd of nearly 200 attendees were on hand for the event, which recognizes the strides made in women’s athletics over the past 60 years.

Wrestlers Plan to Take Down Cancer

Cancer needs to watch its back this winter because the North Central College wrestling team is planning a takedown.

Cancer needs to watch its back this winter because the North Central College wrestling team is planning a takedown.

For the past four years, the wrestling team has been involved with the College’s annual Relay for Life event each April. Relay for Life is an all night relay walk or run that raises money for the American Cancer Society (ACS). Many communities and schools participate in Relay for Life, honoring those that have lost their battle to the disease as well as those still fighting.

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