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Mycaela Crouse ’14 Joins Hurricane Relief in U.S. Virgin Islands

Featured in: WRAL

Central graduate Mycaela Crouse ’14 is part of a volunteer team being deployed by the Red Cross to support relief efforts in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Chris Weaver ’10 is “Phenomenal” on “The Voice”

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Central graduate Chris Weaver ’10 is a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice” and impressed with his performance of “Try a Little Tenderness” in Monday’s premiere episode.

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Paulina Mena Studies Iowa’s Shrinking Bee Population

Featured in: Little Village

Iowa’s bee population is dwindling, but research on the subject is hard to find. Associate professor of biology Paulina Mena has studied bees for over a decade.

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Carol Williamson is Live at Iowa State Fair

Featured in: CW Live

Carol Williamson tells CW Iowa Live why attending Central College is the best decision ever.

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The Super-Selfie, by Brian Peterson

Featured in: Medium

Brian Peterson writes on Medium about insights offered by superhero stories: “In short, superhero stories tell us about… us.”

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Adam Gregg ’06 named acting lieutenant governor

Adam Gregg ’06, most recently State Public Defender for Iowa, has been named Gov. Kim Reynolds’ acting lieutenant governor.

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Zach Benson ’08 found his voice through dance

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Zach Benson ’08 has been crossing the world as a dancer and entrepreneur since graduating from Central.

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Alayna Bailey ’14 a Civic-Minded Professional

Featured in: Iowa Campus Compact

Alayna Bailey ’14, now wellness and lifestyle director at a Des Moines retirement community, says her career was built through service learning.

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Concussions: What Do We Know?, by Leslie Duinink and Dawn Reece

Featured in: Medium

Talk of concussions and their consequences has become a staple in American media and culture. How did we get to this level of concern, and why is it difficult to protect athletes?

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Kelsie Sheets ’11 Plans Special Prom

Featured in: WHO

Special education teacher Kelsie Sheets ’11 is planning a dance for students and adults with special needs.

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