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A Passion for Sports and Volunteering

Holly Osborn ’13 is volunteer coordinator for Von’s Vision, a charity started by Von Miller, as well as a writer for 303 Magazine in Denver.

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It was an exciting year at Central College. What were you most interested in? Take a look back with us — our most popular stories of 2015, based on your interaction on Facebook and Twitter.

The Year’s Biggest News

It was an exciting year at Central College. What were you most interested in? Take a look back with us — our most popular stories of 2015.

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A Place to Thrive

Central works to create an environment where every student can succeed.

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The F Stands for Funny

Central’s improv club seeks to have fun and bring more laughter to campus.

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Molly Ward dreamed to drive the Wienermobile for more than a decade. Now she’s finally on the road for Oscar Mayer.

Driving the Wienermobile

Molly Ward dreamed to drive the Wienermobile for more than a decade. Now she’ll spend this year on the road for Oscar Mayer.

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Invent Your Own Job

Jakob Steenhoek, entrepreneur and 2015 business management graduate, uses drones to capture video and photos for clients throughout Iowa.

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Natural Attraction by Catherine Haustein

Chemistry Professor Publishes Romance Novel

Central College professor of chemistry and English Catherine Haustein releases her first novel May 11 — a historical romantic comedy set in 1871.

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How Tyler Schipper ’09 Became a Professor

After graduating from Central, Tyler Schipper ’09 completed a Ph.D. in economics. He is now assistant professor of economics at University of St. Thomas.

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Steven Kibby '16 practices his League of Legends skills.

“League” Players Connect on Campus

Central “League” players connect to practice teamwork and have fun.

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Building a House, One Scrap at a Time

Amy Andrews and Ethan Van Kooten had no money. How could they build a house?
With truckloads of reclaimed materials, the students created a tiny home for $489.

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