Ed Henning ’20 grew up on a farm near Hartwick, Iowa, population 79. He appreciates he can continue to play both classical violin and football at Central. “Every college you visit, they all say they’re like a family. But Central was the only one that really felt like that,” he says.

A Shining Exception

Central College is incredibly good at something extremely rare: Recruiting and educating rural students as well as their urban counterparts.

Aug 15, 2019

Taylor Schuelke ’12 rewrites the ’90s cult hit film by finding success as a young film producer.

Reality Doesn’t Bite

Taylor Schuelke ’12 rewrites the ’90s cult hit film by finding success as a young film producer.

Aug 15, 2019

Dutch Brigade

Student Organizations

Central students are building the future, one group at a time.

Aug 15, 2019

Arend D. Lubbers was one of the country’s youngest college presidents when he assumed the office at Central in 1960 at age 29.

50 Years Ago at Central

The times, they are a-changin’.

Aug 15, 2019

Zach Greder ’19 and director of sustainability education Brian Campbell

Pitching in to Solve Climate Change

From the halls of congress to a pitching mound in Florida, Zach Greder ’19 learned lessons that will shape an environmental law career.

Aug 15, 2019