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Former Central College President William Wiebenga Passes Away

Former Central College President William Wiebenga Passes Away

William M. Wiebenga, former president of Central College, passes away at 80.

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“Rising Waters” 3D Sculpture Exhibition Open at Mills Gallery through March 29

“Rising Waters” 3D Sculpture Exhibition Open at Mills Gallery through March 29

Central College’s Mills Gallery is hosting “Rising Waters,” an exhibition of 13 vibrant, intricate woven sculptures and collages by Boston artist Nathalie Miebach.

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Professor to speak on civil dialogue at Central College

Professor to speak on civil dialogue at Central College

Central College hosts Rachel Caufield, associate professor of political science at Drake University, for the next Democracy Rocks! event.

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Central College Voted Best of Red Rock 2017

Central College Voted Best of Red Rock 2017

Central College won four Best of Red Rock Area awards.

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A Winning Argument

A Winning Argument

Mock trial has been a meaningful experience for decades of Central students of all majors.

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Former Central Professor Allen Moen Passes Away

Former Central Professor Allen Moen Passes Away

Allen Moen, professor emeritus of physics at Central College, passed away at age 84.

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Williamson’s Role Expands to Lead Student Development and Enrollment Management

Williamson’s Role Expands to Lead Student Development and Enrollment Management

Central College has announced a leadership change, impacting its enrollment management and student development teams.

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PPI Gift Supports Scholarships and Campus Updates

PPI Gift Supports Scholarships and Campus Updates

PPI (Precision Inc.) of Pella will continue its longstanding support of Central College with gifts in service of academics and athletics.

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Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg Displays Portrait of Central President

Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg Displays Portrait of Central President

The official portrait of David Roe, Central College’s 20th president, is currently on loan to Iowa Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg.

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