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Women’s and men’s outdoor track & field win CCIW crowns
The women's team won the first triple crown in CCIW history at the Outdoor Championships May 6-7. The men also brought home a first-place CCIW trophy.
National Geographic expert to give talk on medical uses for snake venom
Professor and National Geographic expert Zoltan Takacs will give a free talk May 9 about how venom from dangerous snakes can be used for medicinal purposes.
College expands communication, news to local blog
In addition to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and postings on multiple online sites, North Central expands communications reach to local blog.
College hosts Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought this weekend
North Central will host annual Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought, May 6-7, with keynote address by Harvard professor Michael Puett Saturday May 7.
Students hold events to raise awareness about human slavery
Student members of Blue Key Honor Society will host May 6-7 events on campus to raise awareness about the realities of human slavery in the world.
2011 Campus Campaign reception is May 5
The Office of Institutional Advancement invites faculty and staff to the College’s Campus Campaign reception Thursday, May 5, 3-6 p.m. in the Wentz lobby.
Alumna, trustee Maria Wynne named to Chicago Innovation Awards board
North Central College alumna and trustee Maria Wynne has been named a founding member of the Chicago Innovation Awards Board of Advisors.
Muggle Children’s Day is Saturday, May 7, in library
Education department and Oesterle Library to transform library into Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as part of “Harry Potter’s World” exhibit.
Women’s golf qualifies for national championships
For the first time in its 13-year history, the women's golf team was selected to compete at the NCAA Division III National Championships May 10-13 in Florida.
King’s short story wins contest and publication
Patricia King, adjunct assistant professor English, won the Kore Press 2011 Short Fiction Award for her short story “The Death of Carrie Bradshaw.”
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