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While studying environmental literature, Central senior Emily Saville helped Jasper County Conservation Board naturalists lead activities for area kids to explore nature.

Service Learning in the Great Outdoors

Emily Saville ’15 learned to love nature as a child, and she has not forgotten this love as a young adult. In fact, Saville has been helping children discover the wonders of their environment as a Jasper County Conservation Board intern.

 

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The Vocal/Instrumental Jazz and Pop Combo members traveled to Mexico in January and toured in two cities.

Musically Warm in Mexico

The Central Vocal/Instrumental Jazz and Pop Combo flew off to Mexico in search of warmer weather, cultural experiences and the opportunity to impact a community.

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A Medical Adventure

Seniors Mycaela Crouse and Rachel Connelly experienced an opportunity of a lifetime—for two weeks, the friends spent time job shadowing doctors in Thailand in several areas of the local hospitals.

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Megan Davis

Love of the Dutch

Hailing all the way from Colorado, sophomore Megan Davis found her niche with the Central women’s tennis team—and when she’s not on the tennis court, she stays connected with the athletic world as an exercise science major.

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Flipping the Logic

Looking into a private college education, but it seems too expensive? Central’s commitment to affordability is top priority—find out how affordable your Central education can be!

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The Right Fit

Best friends and football teammates Joel Lynde ’16 and Travis DeFrancisco ’16 came all the way from sunny Arizona and discovered a home away from home.

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Interview Blitz

Interviewing: Speed-Dating Style

Practicing interviewing skills is essential for a college student seeking an internship or a job after graduation. “Speed-dating” interviews were all the rage at Central’s first Interview Blitz, which gave students practical experience.

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Building for a Better Future

Seniors Ryan McPherren and Ryan Dusil are heading up a project that is turning an unused, wooded area at Lake Red Rock into a place where children can discover the natural world.

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A Little Bit of Home

Hannah and Jessica Laflin are sisters, volleyball players and Central Dutch hailing from Arizona. Their friendship is a source of joy in their college experience far from home.

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Connecting for the Future

Central students had the opportunity to get their name out in the business world with the annual Central College Internship Networking Fair.

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And All That Jazz

Central’s Vocal and Instrumental Jazz and Pop Combo musical ensemble were able to learn from the best—a two-time Grammy winner.

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