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Paintings and sculptures are showcased in Schoenherr Gallery through Dec. 6
North Central College presents “Land up High…,” an exhibit that features paintings and sculptures by artists Ed Herbeck and Yves Paquette.
North Central College senior directs “Wasteland” set during the Vietnam War
Sean Michael Mohler ’16 directs his rendition of “Wasteland,” a suspenseful drama about two U.S. soldiers held captive underground during the Vietnam War.
North Central College graduates pursue careers in cutting-edge nanotechnology field
Three recent graduates are pursuing careers in the cutting-edge field of nanotechnology research, and one has secured three patents.
Professional artist Robert Schwieger showcases his monoprints in Oesterle Library Gallery
North Central College presents exhibit through Dec. 3, featuring decorative art developed through screen printing, silk screening and serigraphy.
Visit North Central College in October
North Central College hosts visit programs for new and transferring students interested in learning more about undergraduate degree programs.
All are invited to come home for North Central’s Homecoming celebration
North Central College’s 2015 Homecoming Celebration is just around the corner, Oct. 22-25! The tradition continues with reunion festivities and more.
Broadcast communication major Eduardo Sanchez takes on the “Big Apple”
Working in New York City, senior Eduardo Sanchez completed a summer internship with NBC News Network as the assignment desk intern.
Young theatre alumni land major roles, earn national and local success
North Central College theatre alumni give “mesmerizing … winning performance(s)” on professional stages as singers, actors, playwright and stunt performer.
Chicago director leads students in “A Streetcar Named Desire” Oct. 8-11
North Central College features student actors and crew in the Pulitzer Prize-winning American tragedy “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams.
Student exhibit showcases paintings, sculptures, drawings through Nov. 1
North Central College presents the two-person, student exhibit “Apparitions,” featuring the artwork of sophomores Kat Kazmierski and Alex Peters.
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