How the Central community is innovating its way through a pandemic.
In some ways, this is a story about what wasn’t. There were plans for Homecoming and Commencement and then there was 2020.
In 1935, Central College went industrial to help students fund their education.
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Between Spring 1941 and June 1944, Central taught hundreds to fly for the Army and Navy.
The Class of 2020 missed its spring Commencement. The Class of 1930 would have empathized.
After 30 years, the well-known voice of Central College athletics is turning off the mic.
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I earned my Ph.D. in Educational Measurement from the University of Iowa in August 2020. I live in Iowa City, IA, where I currently work […]
Doctor of Education, Georgia Southern University
wrapped up 34 years in the local pastorate, retiring from First United Methodist Church in Sun City, AZ. His 14 years there marked the longest-tenured […]
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