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Have a green holiday: Recycle holiday lights
This season, the College has joined the City of Naperville in recycling its holiday light strands and encourages others to join their local recycling programs.
An Extraordinary Saturday
A message from President Hal Wilde: "It was just a game. Two football teams, perhaps the two best in the nation in Division III. And we didn’t win. And yet …
Cardinal football in the news
Catch video highlights from Saturday's game and read media stories about North Central's record season.
Cardinal football finishes record-setting season
Cardinals completed the season with the most wins ever—12—in a single season and their first-ever appearance in quarterfinal playoffs. We are NC proud!
Kirk performs, presents at music conference
Jonathon Kirk, assistant professor of music, performed and presented his custom interactive sound processing software at a conference on improvisation.
New five-year bachelor’s/master’s degree in leadership
North Central is offering a new option to earn both a bachelor’s degree—in any discipline—and a master of leadership studies degree in just five years.
Weekend shows kick off Christmas season
With three distinct Christmas shows this weekend—two Saturday and one Sunday—North Central showcases entertaining performances to kick off the holiday season.
Megan Otermat was promoted to assistant director of international admission, and Timothy Krings and Anthony Piloto join the maintenance department.
Many choose to minister and serve during D-Term
During D-Term, students and staff travel to rural Appalachia to repair and build homes and to Haiti to work with Mission of Hope’s clinic, orphanage and school.
SIFE students head to Guatemala to advance business
Ten students who are involved in Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) left campus Nov. 30 for a two-week visit with coffee growers in communities in Guatemala.
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