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Strong winds, a scoreboard and lost tree
When recent strong winds felled the second largest tree on campus near the scoreboard, the campus tree survey helped ID the tree and ensure its replacement.
Jazz vocalist Janice Borla is featured artist Nov. 10
Enjoy “An Evening with Jazz Vocalist Janice Borla” along with other instrumental jazz faculty at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10, in Wentz Concert Hall.
“Crossing Borders” documentary about clash of cultures
North Central and 150 other U.S. colleges are participating in viewing and discussing the documentary "Crossing Borders" about Western and Muslim cultures.
"A Tale of Two Christines" ... the story behind "Phantom"
Reflections by Brian Lynch, director of “The Phantom of the Opera”: An event happened this weekend concerning the Christines that needs to be shared.
Football wins Little Brass Bell and more
In a dominating win against Wheaton College, 28-6, the Cardinal football team wins third straight Little Brass Bell, bid to nationals and share of CCIW crown.
Help save lives, donate blood Nov. 8
North Central is partnering with Lifesource Blood Services to hold a blood drive Monday, Nov. 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in WAC. Walk-ins are welcome.
Steve Oliveri '11 is chosen Lincoln Laureate
Faculty selected Steve Oliveri as Lincoln Laureate, an award that honors the College’s top senior for excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities.
“Humility, winning culture, a coaching philosophy.” These attributes describe head football coach John Thorne, reports a Naperville Sun article “One of a kind.”
Broadcaster wins top award in national contest
Michelle Corless ’10 won the first-place award for Best Radio News Reporting Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc.
North Central College in the news
Chicago Sun-Times: “Small Colleges: Battle of 8-0′s in CCIW? That’s some Bell game”
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