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Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31

This year’s student-led Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31 and features a film, hunger banquet, panel discussion, music, poetry and more.

This year’s Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31 and includes a film, hunger banquet, panel discussion, music, poetry and more. Started by students in 1998, Anti-Hate Week is a week-long campaign designed to educate and raise awareness about various forms of oppression and discrimination. All the following events are free to students:

Monday, Oct. 27: Documentary screening and discussion of “Dancing in Jaffa
6:30 p.m., Harold and Eva White Activities Center (WAC), Fireside Room

New North Central College residence hall to feature apartment-style suites

A new residence hall on North Central College’s 65-acre campus will offer desirable suite-style housing for upperclassmen.

A new residence hall on North Central College’s 65-acre campus will offer desirable suite-style housing for upperclassmen.

The 229-bed residence hall is being built directly south of Ward and Patterson halls and across from Merner Field House and Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium. The five-story residence hall—the College’s first since the Residence Hall/Recreation Center opened in 2009—is scheduled for completion by August 2015.

Homecoming 2014

View our Storify from the 2014 North Central College Homecoming celebration.

North Central’s Student Director Series presents “Cynics”

Emma Smith '15, writer and director
North Central College senior Emma Smith stages “Cynics,” an original play that explores representations of depression in theatre, Oct. 30, 31 and Nov. 1.

North Central College’s Student Director Series features the original play “Cynics” by senior Emma Smith Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

Three performances will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 30, 31 and Nov. 1 in North Central’s Madden Theatre at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave. Tickets are $5/adults and $3/students and senior citizens; call the North Central College Box Office at 630-637-SHOW (7469) or visit northcentralcollege.edu/showtix. There is strong language in the play and dark subject matter.

College hosts fourth annual exhibit about freedom of speech

North Central College celebrates Free Speech Week by hosting an exhibit that raises free speech issues, Oct. 20-26 in the Oesterle Library Gallery.

North Central College will celebrate Free Speech Week, observed nationwide and on campus Oct. 20-26, with an exhibit in the College’s Oesterle Library Gallery, 320 E. School St.

Alumni, students and North Central friends: You’re invited to come home!

North Central College’s 2014 Homecoming Celebration is nearly here! It all happens Oct. 16-19 and features many fun events—some traditional and some new.

North Central College’s 2014 Homecoming Celebration is nearly here! It happens Oct. 16-19 and features many fun events—some traditional and some new.

In a tradition we began with the Sesquicentennial in 2011, the all-class Homecoming Reunion Celebration brings together current students, alumni and friends for dinner and dancing in the spacious Res/Rec Center Saturday evening, Oct. 18. This year’s popular event features a new element. The Alumni Awards and Recognition Ceremony has been moved from a convocation on Friday to Saturday night as part of the Reunion Celebration.

Four North Central faculty from diverse academic areas discuss effects of globalization

North Central College faculty tackle the “complex, dynamic, ambiguous” topic of globalization and how it has impacted their academic disciplines.

Globalization is “complex, ambiguous, dynamic, gray, complicated, divisive, exciting,” explained North Central College faculty at a recent panel discussion.  

It’s a new world, they said, as they shared how globalization has impacted their different academic disciplines and how they teach.

Four North Central College faculty serve as panelists in discussions about globalization

Faculty panelists representing different areas of study discuss globalization and its effects on their academic disciplines Oct. 7.

North Central College will present a panel discussion, featuring four North Central faculty members from different areas of study who will discuss the effects of globalization on their academic disciplines. The issue of globalization is a yearlong, campus-wide area of focus.

Free and open to the public, the panel begins at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, in the College’s Harold and Eva White Activities Center, 325 E. Benton Ave.

Students stage one of Shakespeare’s most popular and fanciful plays

Mark Yacullo ’16 and Taylor Calderone ’15, photo by D.J.
North Central College presents William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” featuring student actors and guest director Oct. 15-16, 18-19.

North Central College presents William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” featuring student actors with direction by guest director Kathryn Walsh.

Prominent, bestselling authors coming to campus this fall

North Central College hosts several noted authors—some are also recognized actors, TV personalities and a musician—in partnership with Anderson’s Bookshops.

This fall, North Central College welcomes to campus several noted authors—some are also recognized actors and a musician—as part of the College’s partnership with Anderson’s Bookshops in Naperville. The authors will discuss and sign copies of their latest books.

Here’s the lineup:

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