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NCU Opens a MultiCultural Center
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NCU Opens a MultiCultural Center

Bill Green Discusses the new MultiCultural Center For those returning to North Central University there may be a change in scenery when they walk by the Director of Multicultural Engagement Bill Green’s new office. The change of pace started with the vacancy of the office Director Green now resides in. This led to the birth...

Graduation Spring 2019
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Graduation Spring 2019

NCU Seniors Prepare to take their final finals By: Zach Lemmon Spring is a word most Minnesotans have trouble defining. Does it imply warm weather, blossoming flowers, woodland critters jumping to-and-fro? For most of the world, yes. But for North Central University seniors it means one thing: Graduation!    As the semester comes to an end,...

North Central Building Floods
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North Central Building Floods

North Central’s Chicago Hall experienced flooding from adjacent Elliot Park Market In the morning hours of March 21, security noticed water leaking into the carpet of Chicago Hall basement. A pipe had burst in the basement of Elliot Park Market and a pipe that connected the two buildings had been left unplugged. “Security first heard...

New Fine Arts Professor Is Bringing His Musical Style To North Central
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New Fine Arts Professor Is Bringing His Musical Style To North Central

Ellington Porter Using His Experiences To Inspire NCU Music Programs North Central University’s College of Fine Arts hired a new professor at the beginning of fall semester, bringing his musical style and gospel influence to campus. The new associate professor of fine arts, Ellington Porter, is a recording artist with more than 10 albums. He...

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North Central Implements New Block Scheduling

Along with a new registration system in Colleague, North Central looks to improve class scheduling by streamlining when classes will be Shifting the old class and chapel schedule is the latest in a series of major changes at North Central University. The campus is offering more online options than ever while building three completely online...

President Hagan outlines future building plan for North Central
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President Hagan outlines future building plan for North Central

A look at the master plan that seeks to change the face of North Central’s Campus Since last year, North Central University has partnered with a Minneapolis-based architecture and design firm to survey the university’s property and develop a master plan to radically update the campus on which the Board of Regents plans to vote...

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North Central’s Miller Hall Hit With Bed Bugs

North Central women’s dormitory had a room invaded with bed bugs By: Weston Cregut During the day on March 22, it was discovered that there was a bed bug infestation in a room at the end of Miller Hall Five South. When alerted of the issue, Facilities Management  brought in an outside company to help...

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North Central to Launch Science Program

North Central is beginning the rollout of a more robust science department North Central University is planning a big academic expansion: A science program that will begin by launching a biology major in Fall 2020, and then grow into its own school under the College of Arts and Sciences. This semester, North Central introduced a...

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NCU Grows Online Curriculum

By Hayley Pritzl North Central University is working on growing its online curriculum. Future hopes for the university include adding several, fully online programs. With online classes available to students around the United States, the administration hopes to increase the university’s overall enrollment. North Central has always been a residential university, but they are currently...

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Bullet Found Shot Through Window of T.J. Jones Library

Source and Motive of Gunshot Unclear A North Central housekeeping crew discovered a bullet in the wall of T.J. Jones library room before the start of the Spring 2019 semester. The bullet had traveled through a second story window and was lodged into the wall. Housekeeping workers Weston Cregut and Jesse Casavant first found the...