Central’s improv club seeks to have fun and bring more laughter to campus.
Twenty-three students turned full-time researchers this summer. They investigated bats, bees, polymers, criminal sentencing and more — and received research grants to do it!
Molly Ward dreamed to drive the Wienermobile for more than a decade. Now she’ll spend this year on the road for Oscar Mayer.
Recent graduates look back on what helped them succeed in grad school, and how their liberal arts background prepared them for the future.
So, what is it like being a brand-new teacher? One year after graduation, four education majors from Central tell about their first years as teachers.
Jakob Steenhoek, entrepreneur and 2015 business management graduate, uses drones to capture video and photos for clients throughout Iowa.
The Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) has relied on handwritten records for decades. Computer science graduate Blake Rozendaal created a new system.
When Kenneth Quinn landed in Vietnam, he was sure someone would try to kill him immediately. Quinn, a civilian officer in 1967, remembers, “I was so pleased when that didn’t happen.”
After months exploring topics like sports analytics, Parkinson’s Disease, prairie grasses and consumer behavior, 182 Central students presented their research May 5-6.
Central College professor of chemistry and English Catherine Haustein releases her first novel May 11 — a historical romantic comedy set in 1871.