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North Central stages range of holiday music, theatre shows in December
North Central College presents a celebrated and diverse lineup of holiday performances during the Christmas season in its Naperville venues.
Caliendo publishes book on state of racial, economic inequality in U.S.
Stephen M. Caliendo, North Central College professor of political science, published “Inequality in America: Race, Poverty, and Fulfilling Democracy’s Promise.”
North Central presents Tony Award-winning musical “Parade”
Matt Boresi ’97 to direct award-winning Broadway musical “Parade,” a tragic, true story of a man wrongly accused of murder, Nov. 13-16.
North Central receives award for achieving environmental goals
North Central College has been recognized as a bronze-level institution for its commitment to sustainability through Illinois Campus Sustainability Compact.
North Central College showcases work by Chicago artist through Feb. 1
Multimedia artist Carrie Ann Schumacher presents “Build Her a Myth,” an exhibit featuring sculpture-like, intricate dresses constructed from book pages.
North Central celebrates Veterans Day with weeklong campuswide activities
North Central College honors its 24 student veterans and four ROTC cadets during Veteran and Military Student Appreciation Week Nov. 10-14.
King is named fiction editor at literary press
Patricia King, North Central College lecturer in English, has been named fiction editor at Kore Press, which publishes poetry, fiction and nonfiction by women.
College hosts Latin American Poetry Festival Nov. 7
Six well-known Hispanic poets will read their original, distinctive work at North Central’s fourth Latin American Poetry Festival Friday, Nov. 7.
North Central College to establish program in Middle Eastern and North African studies
North Central College is establishing an innovative academic program in Middle Eastern and North African studies that will include language courses in Arabic.
Troy Kelleher ’15 writes feature on successful run by theatre alumnus
Will Allan ’09, standout theatre major, receives rave reviews for his dual role performance in George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre.
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