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North Central College junior directs original production “The Cherub’s Mask”
Jack Morsovillo ’17 directs “The Cherub’s Mask,” an original production, cowritten with John Lindberg ’17 about a family’s struggles with divorce and illness.
North Central hosts third annual Technologies in Education Conference for education majors
Alumni teachers, administrators present sessions on using technology in the classroom to equip North Central College education majors for careers as teachers.
Explore cultures from around the world at Feb. 14 International Festival
North Central College welcomes the local community to celebrate another year of cultural diversity at its 20th annual International Festival Feb. 14.
Grammy, Dove-nominated singer Anita Wilson headlines Gospel Extravaganza Feb. 6
North Central College presents its 28th annual Gospel Extravaganza Feb. 6, featuring gospel singer Anita Wilson, students and local ensembles.
Contemplative series continues through winter term
North Central’s department of religious studies invites students, faculty, staff to attend events focusing on the contemplative dimension of human experience.
Jack Ryan ’16 exemplifies integrated learning as part of NAC&U panel in Washington
College Scholar Jack Ryan ’16 presented his mathematics and theatre research at the National Press Club during a press briefing on interdisciplinary studies.
Cullors encourages audience to “reclaim” the legacy of Martin Luther King
Patrisse Cullors of #BlackLivesMatter shares her perspective on community activism with North Central College audience.
Students dance, sing, act in full-scale dance production Jan. 28-30
North Central College students perform “Fragments: A Theatrical Dance Experience,” choreographed and directed by dance faculty Dmitri Peskov.
Black Lives Matter cofounder Patrisse Cullors gives MLK Week keynote Jan. 19
North Central College’s annual MLK Week features keynote address by Patrisse Cullors, social activist and cofounder of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Faculty adapt Shakespeare’s comedy set in the 1590s to American culture in the 1950s
North Central College students to stage William Shakespeare’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” a renaissance romp with a 1950’s twist Jan. 7-10.
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