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Central RED Hosts Presentation on Battle of Gettysburg

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Central Students Named to Dean’s List for Fall 2020

Central Students Named to Dean’s List for Fall 2020

Central College announces its dean’s list for the Fall 2020 semester.

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Central College Honors MLK Legacy With Campus Activities

Central College Honors MLK Legacy With Campus Activities

Central College students and faculty will honor the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work with activities during the week of Jan. 18.

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Central’s Walter Cannon Co-Edits Second Book of Auditory Shakespeare

Central’s Walter Cannon Co-Edits Second Book of Auditory Shakespeare

Walter Cannon, professor emeritus of English at Central College, has co-edited a new book titled “Shakespeare’s Auditory Worlds: Hearing and Staging Practices, Then and Now.”

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Central to Offer Drop-Off Tax Preparation

Central to Offer Drop-Off Tax Preparation

Central College and its accounting faculty and students once again are offering free income tax preparation services for Marion County residents.

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Central’s Top Stories of 2020

Central’s Top Stories of 2020

Take a look back at 10 of Central’s most notable stories from 2020.

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Solar Array, Pergola Finished at Central

Solar Array, Pergola Finished at Central

A solar array and pergola in the college garden at Central College is finished, creating a new classroom space, as well as research and sustainability education opportunities for students.

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Central College Receives $50,000 Gift from Noel Cover Foundation

Central College Receives $50,000 Gift from Noel Cover Foundation

Central College has received a $50,000 gift from the Noel Cover Foundation of Cozad, Nebraska.

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Central RED Offers Tales of Travel From the Schlotterbacks

Central RED Offers Tales of Travel From the Schlotterbacks

Central College’s Central RED Society will present “Getting to Mt. Everest” with Bryan and Amanda Schlotterback during a virtual event at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12.

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Mulders Leave Estate Gift to Central

Mulders Leave Estate Gift to Central

The Rev. Edwin and Luella Mulder left more than $113,000 to Central College in their estate as part of a living trust, helping establish an endowed scholarship.

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Central Raises More Than $100,000 for Scholarships on Giving Tuesday

Central Raises More Than $100,000 for Scholarships on Giving Tuesday

Support of Central College and its students continues to be strong, evidenced this week by the generosity of alumni and friends who donated during Giving Tuesday.

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