A new season for Basketball

Captain Phil Johnson, a senior youth development major commented about his expectations for this season. “Our expectations are high; we have a great group of guys and dedicated to one goal: we want to win. With the bond that we have made, it shows that this season will be a success.”

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Soccer’s Trip To Florida

For the second consecutive year, North Central Women’s Soccer Team has found victory in their region and gone onto the National Tournament in Florida.

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Cross Country’s excellent run

The 2009 Ram’s cross country team headed to Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio to compete in the NCCAA National Competition on Nov. 14. The competition ended the season with victories for both the men and women’s teams. For the first time in its history, North Central, which is Division II, placed eighth overall, beating many other Division I schools, as the Nationals race pits both Division I and II schools against each other.

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An interview with Wayne Matthews, director of “The Fantasticks”

An interview with Wayne Matthews, director of the North Central University Fall 2009 production of “The Fantasticks.”

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Multicultural students at NCU: Phebe Yeo

“ I want to say thank you to all who have impacted me just with your encouragement, your smiles and your abilities. Without all of you I would not be who I am today. To God be the Glory!”

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Multicultural students at NCU: Jenna Anderson

Across the world is where Jenna Anderson and her family have been missionaries. She is originally from Minnesota, but because of her parent’s work, she has lived in Nepal, India, and Thailand for four years.

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Multicultural students at NCU: Juan Martinez

Freshman Juan Martinez is one of many multicultural students at North Central. Just like most other students, God has placed him at North Central for a reason. Juan is from San Pedro, Dominican Republic.

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Korea Restaurant

Walking in the front door of Korea Restaurant, the first thing you’ll notice is the smell. Don’t be disenchanted! The cooking of Asian food always results in atypical smells to our American noses.

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Operation Christmas Child becomes personal

Have you ever wondered what a shoebox donated to Operation Christmas Child has done in the life of a child? As items are specially picked out, placed in boxes and sent out with a special prayer, it is everyone’s hope that the gifts would be received knowing the love behind them.

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‘Wild Things’ brings out the kid in all of us…or does it?

The screen adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are has more raw emotion and feeling in the first twenty minutes than a combination of most popular kids’ movies that have been released in the entirety of last year.

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