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Top Five Central Traditions

Top Five Central Traditions

Explore some of Central students’ favorite campus traditions in this student-written piece.

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Central Announces 2019-20 Faculty Lecture Series

Central Announces 2019-20 Faculty Lecture Series

Central College has announced its 2019-20 Faculty Lecture Series with a focus on civic engagement.

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Central RED Presents ‘Women of Yucatan’ Presentation by Jann Freed

Central RED Presents ‘Women of Yucatan’ Presentation by Jann Freed

Central College’s Central RED Society presents “Women of Yucatán: Thirty Who Dared to Change Their World,” a presentation by Jann Freed.

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Too Cool for School

Too Cool for School

At Central, the only reason you’d want to skip a class is … to go to another class.

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Dhawans’ Gift Establishes Franks-Mahmood Fund for Undergraduate Research at Central

Dhawans’ Gift Establishes Franks-Mahmood Fund for Undergraduate Research at Central

Central College announced Tej and Karen Dhawan, both 1991 graduates of the college, have established the Franks-Mahmood Fund for Undergraduate Research.

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Central Graduate Eoin Breadon Presents Exhibit in Mills Gallery

Central Graduate Eoin Breadon Presents Exhibit in Mills Gallery

Central College is proud to welcome back Eoin Breadon, Class of 1997, for an alumnus art exhibition Sept. 25 to Oct. 18 in the Mills Gallery.

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Love at First Scent

Love at First Scent

The sumptuous smells around Central’s campus will sweep you off your feet.

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Central Receives $100,000 Gift from Shepard Estate for Douwstra Auditorium

Central Receives $100,000 Gift from Shepard Estate for Douwstra Auditorium

Central College received a $100,000 gift from the estate of Nancy Kruidenier Shepard that helped fund the first phase of the recent remodeling of the college’s Douwstra Auditorium.

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Central Theatre to Present ‘Rumors’

Central Theatre to Present ‘Rumors’

Central College’s theatre department will present Neil Simon’s hilarious farce “Rumors” for four nights from Oct. 2-5.

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