North Central College - Naperville, IL
The historical, cultural and political significance of Israel and Palestine shaped the itinerary for a new student trip in August.
Three-day "Called to Be" conference brought several brought together several North Central alumni.
North Central graduate continues to find enjoyment in new opportunities.
North Central professor's fictional "Charlie Collier" character is a hit with middle-schoolers.
North Central considered one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
North Central ensemble performed at historic venues during summer trip to Ireland.
James and Patricia Brady contribute generously to project that will connect North Central's south campus with Naperville's Riverwalk.
Al and Lila Self donate $1.5 million toward Science Center.
Benna Wilde has fond memories of life on campus.
Members of the North Central family share some of their favorite stories about President Harold R. Wilde.
A look back at some of President Harold R. Wilde's favorite addresses during his 22-year tenure at North Central College.
After twenty-one years on the job, President Harold R. Wilde leaves a legacy of success.
Christopher Carpenter has received worldwide news coverage for his study of the “dark side” of Facebook.
Josh Stumpenhorst earned another Teacher of the Year accolade, this time from the Illinois Education Association (IEA).
Jamie Weitzel M ’02 Scripps is a senior consultant with 5 Lakes Energy.
Adam Carlson joined Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc., as a field engineer, assisting the director of site services.
Mark Myers has been honored with a Vocal Vanguard award, a 2012 Aspire Award sponsored by FAME, a national show choir competition.
Dean M. Frieders wrote “Foundations of Sustainable Development: Law, Regulation, and Planning,” published by the American Bar Association Publishing Division.
Robert Taylor M ’00 is one of 10 Chicago-area educators honored as recipients of a prestigious 2012 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Carol Cain Hughes is coeditor and contributor of “Skirting Traditions: Arizona Women Writers and Journalists 1912-2012,” an Arizona centennial anthology.