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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.”
Students display 29 pieces of art at professional exhibit
Fifteen art students were chosen to showcase their artwork at the Paramount Theatre Art Gallery through March.
Registration is open for North Central’s summer campus, workshops, theatre
North Central College presents summer camps for children and adults, ranging from athletics and performing arts to academics and faith-based.
SEA Conference connects emerging artists with needed business skills and connections
North Central College hosts the 16th annual Self Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference Feb. 26-27 to help aspiring artists become successful entrepreneurs.
Check us out! North Central's next Visit Day is Monday, Feb. 15
High school students and their parents or guardians are invited to visit North Central College. We’re located in one of the best places to be a college student.
Macek authors essays and a book review, presents at conference
Steve Macek, North Central College professor of communication, has published two essays and a book review and given two presentations at a national conference.
Chicago-based artist Monika Wulfers ’68 showcases her light installations
North Central College presents the three-dimensional light artwork of 1968 North Central alumna in her exhibit “Monika Wulfers LINES” through March 27.
Chosen for her nonprofit work, Supna Jain gave MLK address to large audience
Supna Jain, North Central College adjunct instructor of communication, was a featured speaker at the Bloomington-Normal Dr. Martin Luther King Awards Luncheon.
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