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Master of humor tells stories on campus

All eyes were on Kevin Kling, waiting for the next gut-buster, and he definitely didn’t disappoint during his Writers Reading appearance Feb. 20.

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A Path to Nonprofits

Michelle Bahl Raymer ’06 has made a habit of taking the road less traveled. She did this literally through service work with the Peace Corps in Guinea, West Africa, as well as through her career path in the nonprofit sector.

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Right-Brain Masters

Careers in the fine arts are a reality for a number of Central College alums.

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Worst to first: Central surprises with men’s basketball crown

Countless factors combined to transform Central from a 10-14 club a year ago to a 21-8 squad that was 11-3 in league play and won its first NCAA Division III tournament game since 1991.

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Robots

Welcome the Robots

Central hosts robotics competition to promote computer science and STEM fields.

May 22, 2014

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Taking Care of Business

Central alumni find success with entrepreneurship.

May 22, 2014

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Right-Brain Masters

Careers in the fine arts are a reality for a number of Central College alums.

May 22, 2014

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On a Mountaintop

Professor of religion Chad Pierce, former minister and marine, sets out to challenge his students to explore the Christian religion.

May 22, 2014