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Shannon presents research at College Art Association conference
Lindsay Shannon, North Central College assistant professor of art history, presented conference paper on the image of female citizenship in public monuments.
Wis gives keynote conference address on “The Conductor as Servant-Leader”
Ramona Wis, North Central College Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts & professor of music, was keynote at American Choral Directors Association conference.
North Central College helps set record at Feed the Need! MobilePack
In helping pack more than 1 million meals for starving children worldwide, students said, “We want to be involved and know we’re making a difference.”
Music and motion come together in Chords for Kids concert for children with autism
North Central College will host Chords for Kids, the 10th annual free concert for children with autism and other special needs and their families, on March 5.
Costume designer Brianna Perry ’16 puts new theatrical design & technology major in action
Brianna Perry ’16, a double major in musical theatre and technical theatre and design, is costumer designer for the senior musical, “Little Shop of Horrors.”
North Central College senior wins national leadership award at Blue Key Honor Society conference
A five-year master leadership studies student, Lexy Schwarzwalder ’16 was awarded the Gregory Lee Smith Exemplary Blue Key Member Award and scholarship.
North Central College students make semifinals in American Marketing Association contest
A team of 22 North Central students created integrated marketing campaign for The Hershey Company, competing against 90 universities and finishing in top 16.
North Central College seniors produce, direct “Little Shop of Horrors” Feb. 25-28
Senior students stage the sassy musical “Little Shop of Horrors,” the story of a flower shop assistant and a giant man-eating plant.
Spektral Quartet performs concert of sonic textures, presents pre-event workshop
North Central College presents Spektral Quartet as the featured ensemble at the annual Sounds of New Music Festival March 1.
North Central College senior Kevin Driscoll wins top scholarship from Publicity Club of Chicago
The Publicity Club of Chicago awards Kevin Driscoll ’16 its highest scholarship “to support the next generation of talented public relations professionals.”
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