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Gabriel Espinosa ’79 and family celebrate Independence Day with citizenship ceremony at Principal Park

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Gabriel Espinosa ’79, associate professor of music at Central, became a citizen of the United States of America alongside his wife, Gabriela, and daughter, Natalia ’18.

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Preparing the Next Generation of Engineers

Featured in: Business Record

Central College works with Iowa manufacturers to offer a liberal arts approach.

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Buffalo’s Waugh set for another Daytona 500

Featured in: The Sheridan Press

When Sunday rolls around, Cam Waugh will enter the Daytona 500 Speedway for NASCAR’s biggest race. He’ll brave the heat and speed with his helmet and jumpsuit to change tires for championship-hopeful Kyle Busch. Read more.

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Paula Buenger ’85 recognized as Master Editor-Publisher

Featured in: Spencer Daily Reporter

The prestigious Master Editor-Publisher award, given to professionals in Iowa’s journalism industry, was presented to Paula Buenger ’85.

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Melissa Eshelman ’04 heads up farming operation

Featured in: RFD TV

Melissa Eshelman ’04 is featured on RFD TV talking about operating her family farm. 

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Kellie Gorsche Markey ‘88 works to save victims of human trafficking

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Central graduate Kellie Markey ’88 opened Dorothy’s House in Des Moines to serve survivors of human trafficking.

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Central students present research on wellness

Featured in: Pella Chronicle

Students in the class Physical Activity of Epidemiology presented their findings on the “Power 9” initiatives studied in the Blue Zones project.

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President Mark Putnam on tax reform

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Tax reform proposals could impact colleges and students, says Central College President Mark Putnam.

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Central College Symbolizes College Suicides with T-Shirts

Featured in: WHO TV

Central is bringing awareness of mental health through T-shirts.

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Trevor Sensor ’16 talks about his first album

Featured in: Alarm magazine

Trevor Sensor ’16 discusses making music, fame and his new album with Alarm magazine.

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