A Golden Ticket to NCU’s Theatre Program

Many numbers of the North Central community look forward to the theatre department’s productions each semester. This year they brought a childhood favorite of many to life, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. North Central Theatre put on a re-enactment of Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka. People got a musical twist of a classic film.

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Phillipps Hall HVAC replacement work on schedule

Work being done on Phillipps Hall following the discovery of mold in the HVAC system is on schedule and the whole process should be complete by summer 2018.

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Hope for Dinner

Since 2014 North Central has participated in Hope for Dinner, an outlet of the non-profit organization Venture, to help provide food and medical supplies for people in need around the world. This year the money raised will give food and medical supplies to the people of Somalia.

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New hires add faculty for spring 2018

North Central welcomes Matt Brown and Sheri Hutchinson as new faculty additions to The College of Arts & Science.

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Big dreams for students and the Dream Big Fund

The Dream Big Fund has been in place for the last 8 to 10 years, but is fairly unknown and rarely used. The goal of this fund supply funding for creative projects designed to develop unity within the student body at North Central.

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Super Bowl shuts down North Central

In 1992, Super Bowl XXVI was held in Minneapolis. Nearly 26 years later, America’s biggest sporting event is returning to Minneapolis, but this time, it is a completely different beast.

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North Central commemorates 500th anniversary of Protestantism

As the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation approached, North Central hosted public events to commemorate the occasion.

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1500 Park Avenue suspected arson case under investigation

Further investigation into the Oct. 6 apartment fire at 1500 Park Avenue is being done by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner, Minneapolis Police and the State Fire Marshall is taking place.

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Regina Daniels brings passion into career choice

Regina Daniels is the newest professor in the Carlstrom American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreting program at North Central. Teaching American Sign Language is only one of the many hats she wears.

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