Central College received a combined $3,700 in grants from the Pella Community Foundation to increase sustainability efforts as well as create a summer community choir.
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.
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.
In an effort to provide a safer, educational and sustainable alternative to traditional playgrounds, Central College is helping build a natural playscape with the help of a $30,000 3Mgives Eco Grant.
The Arthur J. Bosch Endowment for Student Research will support students in academic research, intentionally linking students with faculty and alumni partners in collaborative research
Honors students present their year-long senior thesis—a culmination of their work at Central College.
Rhiley Huntington reflects on the gift of a Central education and where it will take her and those whose lives she touches.
The students of the Epidemiology course organized an Oxfam Hunger Banquet to raise awareness of global food disparity. Those dining on tiny meals got to thinking about what waste and nutrition really mean.
Two Central alumni teamed up to research leukemia in the laboratory. Athena Bowen ’12, aided by her mentor Dr. Nyla Heerema ’63, used the internship to figure out her life goals.
The Central College Organic Garden teaches students about sustainable agriculture and provides healthy food for Central Market.