Tired of seeing the same people every day? Feeling like everybody hangs out at the same coffee shop as you? Need an escape from the daily routines on campus? Yeah, me too.
Columnist Kayla Grell highlights one of the lesser-known coffee shops in her debut column!
Everyone knows of “Avatar.” Everyone knows of “The Lord of the Rings.” Everyone also knows of every single Pixar movie that has ever been released. But what about those movies that don’t get noticed, the films that dozens of people worked, bled, and sweat over and yet hardly anyone sees them?
The Northerner Online's Kyle Morgan of "Big Boy On Campus" reviews six Indie films worth watching.
Coming soon at North Central is the 2010 fall production, “Into the Woods.” This play will blend fun, excitement and humor with more serious and dark themes as it delves into the matter of human nature. Performances will be held in the small chapel during the weekends of Nov. 11-14 and Nov. 18-21. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and children, and $10 for North Central students, faculty, and staff
In 2008, North Central saw a significant drop down to 1,091 students, but in the last two years that number has increased. Last fall, North Central had an enrollment of 1,119 students; this fall, there is an enrollment of 1,206 students.
In the early 2000s, the funding for Staley’s Lectureship Series was cut off. In response to this, North Central decided to create its own conference through the Bible and Theology Department that would emulate the style and purpose of Staley’s conference. Thus, the Faith and Learning Conference was born with a goal to highlight ways that Christian faith and excellence in an academic setting can intersect.
“I really want the hearing students to understand how much value the Deaf students have, said Martin. “We have a language, we have values, we have traditions, and we have a culture. This is something the interpreting people have come to realize.”