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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North Central’s women’s soccer team is coached by Andrew Cameron, a class of 2010 alumni that has since been heavily involved in women’s soccer. For being his second year as head coach, he derived a new system of play for the women to take on the 2017 season. Continuing this new system will build a solid foundation for those whom he is recruiting as a future Ram.
Journey and Delta Kappa are two organizations on North Central’s campus that are dedicated to the development of community for men and women in their organizations and within North Central’s as a whole.
North Central has a new interim Vice President of business and finance, Jan Haas. Photo by Ericka Sura. As of June 1, 2017, Jan Haas has filled the role of interim vice president of business and finance at North Central. Haas replaced Joy Brathwaite who held the position since February 2016. Prior to coming to...
North Central Sophomore Blake Roberts tackles the questions of doubt, and whether a Christian can not know the answers to tough questions and still call themselves a Christian.
Student David Bennett discusses a topic that is often discussed at North Central, and whether or not it is a belief Christians should subscribe to.
Born in Bangladesh and raised in Minneapolis, Rahman never graduated from high school or obtained a GED. He is currently a 23-year-old filmmaker, but believes that gives him an outside look at the issues the city faces.
Kristen Reuter, North Central Senior, responds to Tyler Hanna's previous opinion piece on God's control on the future and whether or not it is exhaustive.
North Central will have its graduation ceremony for those participating at Cedar Valley Church in Bloomington, Minnesota May 5 at 2:30 p.m.
During a chapel ceremony near the end of each spring semester, departments honor graduates in their program who show outstanding work. This year’s awards chapel was held on Wednesday, April 19. Carlstrom ASL-Interpreting Department Outstanding ASL/English Interpreting Graduate: Vanessa Reyes School of Business Outstanding Academic Graduate: Tara Tankersley Outstanding Practioner Graduate: Macy Maxson Department of Communication...