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Lady Chaps shut out opponents in consecutive games

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Soccer goal

The Chaparral women’s soccer team held opponents scoreless in back to back games this weekend. In Friday’s rout of the Triton Trojans, the Lady Chaps scored seven goals and simply outperformed the shorthanded Triton team. “Triton had 10 players, they didn’t show up with a full squad,” Head Coach William Fajkus explained. “The girls showed […]

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Chaps score seven touchdowns in blowout victory over Wildcats

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Thomas touchdown

The Chaparral football team put on a dominating performance in Saturday’s 49-21 win against the North Dakota State Science Wildcats. The Chaps were coming off of an ugly loss to then two ranked Iowa Western, 65-21, and were eager to erase the game from their memories. “You play the number two team in the country […]

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College boasts 1.4 percent increase for Fall semester

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Tenth day enrollment was discussed and the 1.4 percent increase was celebrated at the board meeting Sept. 20. Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management, Earl Dowling, made a presentation showing the increasing numbers of students who enrolled this fall. Dowling said that many specific groups of students were increased in the enrollment percentages, especially incoming […]

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A Look into Studying Abroad – A world of opportunities awaits as students travel to explore and earn college credit

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Paris, France

From wine tasting in the Burgundy region of France, to kayaking in the Halong Bay of Vietnam – studying abroad offers a huge variety of opportunities to travel, learn, and experience the world and its many cultures. With a GPA requirement depending on the program you choose and being at least 18 years old, almost […]

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Campus Central celebrates anniversary

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President Breuder cutting the cake for students on Campus Central’s first anniversary.

Holding back his purple tie with his right hand and grasping a spatula in the other, President Robert Breuder cuts the first piece of cake to celebrate the first birthday of Campus Central. After sharing a few words with the students and staff who attended this impromptu get-together, joking about how there’s more attention on […]

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WDCB Making Waves

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Radio2

WDCB Public Radio, 90.9 FM will move from the OCC building to the SRC in January   WDCB Public Radio, 90.9 FM, currently housed in the OCC building is moving to a new facility in the SRC beginning the first week of January. It will be located on the lower level of the SRC, past […]

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Art at west campus

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Student

Art teachers and sutednts talk transition from the MAC to the K and OCC buildings     The McAninch Arts Center will soon be going under construction until Spring 2014, which means many teachers and students have to travel to the K Building on the West side of campus. The K Building is very old […]

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Bring your issues to us

By   /  September 28, 2012  /  Opinion  /  No Comments

Help us, help you. It’s a delicate ecosystem. The college wouldn’t be here without the students, and the students wouldn’t be here without the college, but it goes beyond that. Faculty has a voice through the College of DuPage Faculty Association, as well as much more contact with administration than the average commuting student to […]

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Spotlight on Wheat Cafe

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student service trainee, shanon Kanak, records her table’s order.

The Culinary and Hospi- tality Center displays the architecture and design that went into the build- ing to all of its patrons. Water’s Edge Hotel, Water Leaf Restaurant, and Wheat Café, all of which are fairly new additions to the campus, exemplify the fine din- ing and accommodations available on campus. The Wheat Café, having […]

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Reconstruction on the SRC library sparks interest, noise from public

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Artist rendering of the third floor library access utilizing more windows and natural light.

Reconstruction on the SRC library sparks interest, noise from public The library located in the SRC made loud noises the past week as construction began late this year. Students around campus are really excited to see what the reconstructed library will look like and what it will have for students to use as resources. “Improved […]

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