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Students hold events to raise awareness about human slavery

The Earth Program gives benefit concert May 6
Student members of Blue Key Honor Society will host May 6-7 events on campus to raise awareness about the realities of human slavery in the world.

April 29, 2011—North Central College students will host a series of events on May 6-7 to raise awareness about the realities of human slavery in the world. The campus community is invited to participate.

Throughout the school year, students involved in the Blue Key National Honor Society initiated a human rights project called Project Liberation, which focused on human slavery—especially sex trafficking, forced labor and child soldiers. The May 6-7 events, dubbed “One Peace, One Love,” will culminate this campuswide effort.

Morgan M. Ford art exhibit illustrates social pressures facing women

A North Central College exhibit by artist Morgan M. Ford explores issues facing women.

A North Central College exhibit of photographs by artist Morgan M. Ford explores issues facing women by examining the impact of advertising and societal pressures.

The exhibit “Ritualistic Beauty: The [Un]Nature of Cosmetics” is free and open to the public and will be exhibited June 19 through July 21 in the College’s Oesterle Library Gallery, 320 E. School St.
 

Alumna, trustee Maria Wynne named to Chicago Innovation Awards board

Maria Wynne
North Central College alumna and trustee Maria Wynne has been named a founding member of the Chicago Innovation Awards Board of Advisors.

May 5, 2011—North Central College alumna and trustee Maria Wynne has been named a founding member of the Chicago Innovation Awards Board of Advisors.

The Chicago Innovation Awards, which started in 2002 to honor new products and services across the local public, private and non-profit sectors, invited Wynne to join its newly created 40-member advisory board. The board is comprised of business and civic leaders who understand the importance of innovation and what it means to the success of the Chicago region and the growth of its economy.

Subscribers get first look at North Central College’s new Fine and Performing Arts Season

Yo-Yo Ma
Patrons are getting their first look at North Central College’s 2011-2012 Fine and Performing Arts Sesquicentennial Season.

April 22, 2011—Patrons are getting their first look at North Central College’s 2011-2012 Fine and Performing Arts Sesquicentennial Season.

The stellar lineup includes Yo-Yo Ma, The Beach Boys, Herbie Hancock, Bernadette Peters, The Manhattan Transfer, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Canadian Brass, the Charlie Daniels Band, Celtic Woman, the Chicago Sinfonietta, Air Supply and many others.

“We always try to get the best, but this time we’ve kicked it up a notch for our Sesquicentennial,” says Fine Arts Director Brian Lynch.

Experience Japanese culture at annual spring festival

North Central’s Japanese program and Japan Club will host a Japanese Spring Festival May 3. The family-friendly event is free and celebrates Japanese culture.

April 29, 2011—North Central College’s Japanese program and Japan Club will host their annual Japanese Spring Festival May 3. The family-friendly festival is free and open to the public and celebrates Japanese culture at the start of a new school year in Japan.

The festival will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 3, in North Central’s Harold and Eva White Activities Center, 325 E. Benton Ave.

College hosts annual day of service May 7

North Central student volunteers at 2010 Intersection
For the fifth year, North Central is rallying its students, faculty, staff and hundreds of community volunteers to participate at Intersection day of service.

April 29, 2011—For the fifth year, North Central College is rallying families, church groups, businesses and other volunteers, including the College’s students, faculty and staff to participate at Intersection. Volunteers will give one day of service on Saturday, May 7, to build, clean, landscape, work and play to help others and make a difference in our communities.

Chicago Term includes new residential option fall term

Living space inside a Tailor Loft Apartment in Chicago
North Central College students who want to learn about and experience Chicago Term firsthand can now live in Tailor Loft Apartments fall or spring terms.

For the first time, in fall 2011 and spring 2012, North Central College students have the option to live in Chicago while they study as part of the Chicago Term academic program. Students who have a taste for Chicago and want to learn about and experience the nation’s third largest city firsthand, should consider signing up for a Chicago Term.

Connections help students pursue careers in theatre

Students pursuing degrees in theatre at North Central College have opportunities to develop connections that lead to offers of professional roles.

Students pursuing degrees in theatre at North Central College have opportunities to gain much more than a typical education in acting, singing and the technical side of a stage career. As a result,  current and former North Central students are making waves in professional theatre.

Cornerstone Week kicks off Sesquicentennial Celebration

Cornerstone Week kicks off Sesquicentennial Celebration

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This year’s Cornerstone Week, May 16-20, kicks off the College’s yearlong Sesquicentennial Celebration and the campus community is invited to join the festivities. As you view the following schedule of events during Cornerstone Week, be sure to mark your calendar so you don’t miss out on the upcoming celebration.

Tuesday, May 17: Honors Day



College kicks off Sesquicentennial Celebration with Cornerstone Week events

A promising start
North Central College invites the community to celebrate its Sesquicentennial kickoff by taking part in Cornerstone Week events

North Central College invites the community to celebrate its Sesquicentennial kickoff by taking part in Cornerstone Week events May 16-21.

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