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One of North Central College’s most anticipated, beloved events all year, Homecoming takes center stage Oct. 24-30. Alumni, students, friends are welcome home.
Theatre faculty offer real-world experience, teaching expertise, innovative programming
North Central College’s theatre faculty set the stage for students’ futures with advancement of curriculum and experience from their own professional careers.
Cardinals field women’s bowling team for 2017-2018 academic year
North Central College has announced plans to expand its athletic department to include a 26th varsity sport: women’s bowling.
Solar panels and energy storage system make debut on largest building on campus
North Central College has moved forward on yet another major renewable energy project, becoming a leader in solar photovoltaic arrays among small colleges.
North Central College presents “Mosque Alert” Oct. 27-30
Inspired by the Ground Zero mosque controversy in New York City, this faculty-directed play engages a host of social issues on stage.
North Central College and Anderson’s Bookshop to host Bernie Sanders Nov. 18
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders will share his experiences on the U.S. presidential campaign trail at a premier book event to be held on campus.
New study abroad programs added for 2017
North Central College’s Office of International Programs has added new study abroad programs in Granada, Spain; Lille, France; and Hamilton, New Zealand.
Solo production “They Call Me Q” headlines Anti-Hate Week
North Central College observes its annual Anti-Hate Week, Oct. 17-21, a weeklong campaign designed to raise awareness about oppression and discrimination.
Education through globalization
The concept of globalization at North Central College plays a significant role in the College’s success.
Senior explores new medium of sculpture while studying at North Central
North Central College senior Kelly Eberhardt presents an art exhibit through Oct. 27 designed to build bridges between cultures and create dialogue.
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