North Central College - Naperville, IL
Patrick Rizzo was selected to represent Team USA in the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Lauren Visher, special events coordinator, was interviewed by the Naperville Sun about her job.
Cherrelle Blevins was surprised in September by representatives from Spark Energy who brought a donation of more than 300 music instruments to her students.
Keith R.W. Matune was elected to the Community High School District 99 Board of Education.
The exhibit runs through mid-June 2012 at Naper Settlement’s Pre-Emption House Visitor Center.
So many graduates. So many stories. So many joyous one-on-one reunions to look forward to this fall.
Audiences at film festivals across the globe are learning more about the harvest of sea turtle eggs, the visionary behind the film is Scott Drucker ’06.
An interview with Naomi Roots ’05 at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium includes her favorite penguin sidekick, “405.”
North Central College recently named three faculty recipients of endowed chairs.
North Central faculty and staff enjoyed a rare opportunity to hear the latest findings by preeminent higher education researchers Alexander and Helen Astin.
Derek Sanderson ’13 landed an internship with the Chicago Blackhawks through the INROADS program.
A crowd of several thousand filled the Residence Hall/Recreation Center to watch 652 students accept their degrees.
The College prepares to celebrate its 150th on 11/11/11, Veteran’s Day, and to honor the military veterans who served their country and earned degrees.
A growing population of student-veterans is bringing a unique set of experiences to North Central classrooms.
Was presented the Medical & Biological Sciences Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Award from the University of Chicago Alumni Association.
Ron Smith published “Eight Days a Week: Births, Deaths and Events Each Day in Oldies History,” which was released May 8.
Michael Pappalardo M ’99 is CEO/CFO of Pappalardo Enterprises LLC.
Kathleen Lichay is a criminal intelligence analyst assigned to the Investigations Unit with the Naperville Police Department.
Brooke Mabbitt ’04 Keane has parlayed her love for dogs and her copywriting background into “Naperville Dog".
Will Allan was named among the seven Hot New Faces of Chicago Theater by Chicago Tribune theater critic Chris Jones.