Author: Eddie Chisham (Eddie Chisham)

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On-par career comes to an end

Senior North Central golfer, Tera Weyer, reflects on her experience Approaching the back nine at the Upper-Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) Women’s Golf Championship Tournament in Alexandria, Minn., Tera Weyer told herself to relax and enjoy herself for her last nine holes of North Central golf. After a shaky start, Weyer found herself in good shape,...

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Laying the foundation

New Athletic Director Greg Johnson shares about himself and his vision for North Central athletics   In his first year as Athletic Director of North Central, Greg Johnson aims to lay the foundation for his vision of the department. “We need to pave the runway, so when we are ready to fly the airplane, we...

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The JT experience

Freshman teammates and roommates rise through the ranks of men’s basketball The “JT experience” is announced as Joel Cline and Travis Voigt come into the game off the bench. As the game progresses, no quality of play is lost. It is almost as if they can read each other’s minds as plays between the two...

Window screens not meant for campus safety
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Window screens not meant for campus safety

New window screens installed in Phillipps Hall are intended for pest control and aesthetic appeal In October, Facilities Management started installing new screens in Phillipps Hall for pest control, preventative measures, and aesthetics. “I came aboard last January, and I came out of the glass and window industry,” said manager of facilities and campus housing,...

Musical accents emotion in Anne Frank’s diary
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Musical accents emotion in Anne Frank’s diary

Fall musical based on the diary of Anne Frank  set to premiere in November The North Central Theatre Department is putting on a production of “Yours, Anne,” a musical with set entirely in the Annex where Anne Frank lived from when she was 13 to when she was nearly 16 years old. The libretto is...

Time to grow up
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Time to grow up

North Central’s parental control over students will be harmful in the long run Every so often, I run into problems at North Central that make me wonder if I am an adult or a child. An adult is capable of making his or her own decisions, while a child needs to be controlled and watched...

Student Government fails to follow through
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Student Government fails to follow through

Promising changes of policy reform never accomplished last year At the end of last school year, the North Central University student government eluded to policy change. Returning to school this semester, the policies have not changed. To name them specifically, these unchanged polices are laundry being added to tuition, the R-rated movie policy, and the...

Mensing residence floors will close after summer 2014
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Mensing residence floors will close after summer 2014

Written with the assistance of Abby Lister Mensing will no longer house students Effective in the fall of 2014, Mensing Hall’s residence floors will be closed. According to Gordon Helle, associate dean of resident life and housing liaison for commuter student engagement, the resident life department deemed Mensing as unnecessary for housing next year. Helle...

Car bursts into flames on 9th St across from Phillips Hall
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Car bursts into flames on 9th St across from Phillips Hall

At approximately 4:00 p.m on Friday, April 11, 2014 a Volkswagon (liscense plate number 005 MNM) started on fire on 9th St across the street from Phillips Hall. Firetruck number 71417 arrived at 4:10 p.m and the fire was fully extinguished at 4:20 p.m. The owner was identified by the security department, but his name...

Assemblies of God celebrates 100-year anniversary
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Assemblies of God celebrates 100-year anniversary

Fellowship commemorates centennial through a variety of events on the North Central campus On April 2, 2014, the Assemblies of God (AG) celebrated its 100-year anniversary. Dr. James Bradford, general secretary of the Assemblies of God said, “They came together to form what we are the fruit of: The Assemblies of God, as one expression of...