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Central’s Fiscal Year Fundraising Efforts Break New Records

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NSCA Recognizes Central’s Strength and Conditioning Program

NSCA Recognizes Central’s Strength and Conditioning Program

Central College’s strength and conditioning program, part of the exercise science major, has been approved through the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Education Recognition Program.

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Central RED Presents “What Legacy Are You Leaving?”

Central RED Presents “What Legacy Are You Leaving?”

Central College’s Central RED Society will present “What Legacy Are You Leaving?” with Jann Freed during a virtual event at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 25.

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Central Professor, Alumna Honored at Commencement

Central Professor, Alumna Honored at Commencement

Terence Kleven, professor of religion at Central College, and Shannan Mattiace, a 1990 graduate, were honored at the college’s Commencement ceremony Saturday, May 15.

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Youth Camps, Conferences at Central College

Youth Camps, Conferences at Central College

Check out what camps Central College will offer this summer for K-12 students.

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Central RED Hosts Presentation on Chile

Central RED Hosts Presentation on Chile

Central College’s Central RED Society will present “Culture Night: Chile” with Paulina Mena, associate professor of biology, during a virtual event at noon Tuesday, May 18.

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Central Music Department Hosts 2021 Summer Camp

Central Music Department Hosts 2021 Summer Camp

Central College’s music department will host its High School Instrumental Music Camp June 7-10.

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Professor Wackerly Awarded Grant for Summer Research

Professor Wackerly Awarded Grant for Summer Research

Jay Wackerly, associate professor of chemistry at Central, has been awarded the Organic Syntheses, Inc. Grant for Summer Research. Amy Philavanh, Class of 2022 and a biochemistry major from Ankeny, Iowa, will help Wackerly conduct research this summer.

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Central Drops Standardized Test Requirement

Central Drops Standardized Test Requirement

Central has announced it will no longer require ACT or SAT scores for first-year and transfer students applying for admission.

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Central Music Department Concludes Spring Performances

Central Music Department Concludes Spring Performances

Central’s music department will conclude the Spring 2021 semester with four performances in May, including an appearance at the 86th annual Tulip Time festival.

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Central Publishes Annual Writing Anthology

Central Publishes Annual Writing Anthology

Central College’s annual Writing Anthology, a collection of exceptional student work from across the liberal arts curriculum, has been released for the 2020-21 academic year.

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