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Political Activist and Author Kyle McCord to Speak at Central College

Political Activist and Author Kyle McCord to Speak at Central College

Kyle McMcord, a political activist, author and professor of English at Drake University, will speak at Central.

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Molly Lehr – “Come back home”

Molly Lehr – “Come back home”

During undergrad at Central, Molly Lehr wasn’t sure a career in music was possible. But Gabriel Espinosa encouraged her to pursue her passion.

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Sam Moss – “Little Bit of Everything”

Sam Moss – “Little Bit of Everything”

Moss started writing songs as a sophomore at Central, while learning classical composition in class.

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Elizabeth De Vries – “I Need You to Stop”

Elizabeth De Vries – “I Need You to Stop”

A frustrating moment inspired Elizabeth De Vries’ original song, “I Need You to Stop.”

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Cody Walter – “Till The Sun Comes Up”

Cody Walter – “Till The Sun Comes Up”

Cody Walter has been singing forever but didn’t become part of a vocal group until his senior year in high school. At Central, he performed with A Cappella Choir, Chamber Singers and ALMA, where he also sang his first-ever solos.

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Mack Fuller – “More Than Mistakes”

Mack Fuller – “More Than Mistakes”

Studying music at Central is an adventure in finding your own sound, Fuller says.

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Data reference guru headlines Central sports analytics conference

Data reference guru headlines Central sports analytics conference

Sean Forman, founding partner and president of Sports-Reference.com, will speak at the Midwest Sports Analytics Meeting.

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Fishing Club Finds Success

Fishing Club Finds Success

Central’s Fishing Club finishes 10th overall at its first nationally sanctioned event.

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Flying Pans present “Aquasteel”

Flying Pans present “Aquasteel”

The Central College Flying Pans Steel Band will perform a fall concert.

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