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Around the Pond Individuals recognized during Central College’s Student Development Awards program are, from left: Keaton Rodgers ’23, Quinn Deahl ’23, Caleb Viers ’22, Gannon Oberhauser ’24, Gabby Petruzzello ’24, Ashley Lupkes ’23, Jaymi Gibbs ’24, Lillie McKee ’25 and Brad DiLeo ’22. dropShadow

Around the Pond – Fall 2022

Read up on the latest updates from around Central.

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In the World Trent Swartwoudt ’22 dropShadow

Civic Duty

Trent Swartwoudt ’22 considers giving back to Central College part of his civic duty.

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Arts and Culture Madilynn Pietzman ’25, 2021-22 recipient of The L.A. Garrison Scholarship for the Nontraditional Learner. dropShadow

Shaping a New Path Forward

The L.A. Garrison Scholarship for the Nontraditional Learner recognizes the potential in Central students.

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Athletics Matt Glockel '21 makes a play during a football game versus Bethel University. dropShadow

Decisions, Decisions

The COVID-19 pandemic forced Central College student-athletes to make decisions about their academic, athletics and career goals.

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Cheri Trout Doane ’98, former director of community-based learning, leaves a legacy of service through love at Central College.

A Force for Good

Cheri Trout Doane ’98 has helped Central College students make a difference by fostering citizen involvement.

Oct 14, 2022

Shawn Vande Kieft ’21 outside Pella Corporation where he works as a product engineer.

Dreams Have No Deadlines

After 15 years in the workforce, Shawn Vande Kieft ’21 learned it’s never too late to follow your dreams.

Oct 14, 2022

The Central "C" logo on a Superman-style shield and cape.

Changing Life for the Better (Super Powers From Super Alumni)

Making a difference in the world begins at Central College. Whether it’s perseverance, storytelling or remembering names, the strengths of three Central alumni have proven essential.

Oct 14, 2022

Matt Glockel '21 makes a play during a football game versus Bethel University.

Decisions, Decisions

The COVID-19 pandemic forced Central College student-athletes to make decisions about their academic, athletics and career goals.

Oct 14, 2022