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Experience Japanese culture at annual spring festival
North Central’s Japanese program and Japan Club will host a Japanese Spring Festival May 3. The family-friendly event is free and celebrates Japanese culture.
Athletes participate in NCAA career seminar
A contingent of female student-athletes made their way to Indianapolis in April to attend the 2011 NCAA Winning Careers in Athletics seminar.
Chicago Term includes new residential option fall term
North Central College students who want to learn about and experience Chicago Term firsthand can now live in Tailor Loft Apartments fall or spring terms.
Caliendo gives talks, keynote address at symposium
Stephen Maynard Caliendo, professor of political science, gave recent talks on politics, race, his book “Race Appeal” and keynote address at research symposium.
Cornerstone Week kicks off Sesquicentennial Celebration
This year’s Cornerstone Week, May 16-20, kicks off the College’s yearlong Sesquicentennial Celebration and the campus is invited to join the festivities.
Model UN students represent Equatorial Guinea at national conference
Students enrolled in winter term’s Model UN class attend National Model UN Conference in New York City, hold briefing with Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea.
A conversation with rap artist FM Supreme
Join the IDS 125 Music & Politics seminar for a performance, Q&A by Chicago's hip-hop recording artist FM Supreme at 2 p.m. Thursday April 28.
North Central College in the news
Media sources report news about North Central’s “Harry Potter’s World” exhibit, upcoming fine arts events and a senior student-athlete.
Wis has feature article in “Choral Journal”
“Influence Changes Everything” by Ramona Wis, Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts, was the lead feature in American Choral Directors Association journal.
Princeton Review names North Central College among ‘311 Green Colleges’
The Princeton Review has named North Central College as among the most environmentally responsible colleges in North America.
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