Triathletes face the grueling challenge of swimming, biking and running, but one North Central College competitor has an additional factor to overcome. Ashley Eisenmenger ’18, a triathlete since 2014, has proven herself a capable, fierce competitor in the field. That additional factor?
When Moe Mitchell ’20 started Moe Mow’s Lawn Care at age 15, he never anticipated that his part-time work would inspire a full-time commitment.
Thirty years ago, Janis Fitzsimmons launched the Junior/Senior Scholars (JSS) program on the campus of North Central College with one goal—to improve the education of at-risk elementary and secondary students in Chicago area sc
Johan Henrikson M ’17 received an honorable mention for a poem he wrote and entered in the 28th annual Carl Sandburg College poetry contest. The poem is titled “second floor apartments” and only five other adults received awards from Sandburg.
Busy college students like Nick Sotiros ’17/M ’17 thrive when they find ways to balance their classes, homework, sports, family and friends, career planning and more.
Chicago’s Daily Herald featured news about the naming of the new Science Center in its June 30, 2017, article:
The July 2017 issue of West Suburban Living magazine published the article “Beyond the Lecture Hall,” featuring comments from North Central College’s Haydee Nunez, director of Career Development Center, and John Joseph, half-time assistant professor of marketing.