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iPad Theft

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Monday, NOV. 5 Theft A student was using his iPad in the ACC from the SRC and he stated that he can not remember if he put his iPad in his backpack or if he set it down at the desk in the ACC. The student told police that he did not remember seeing anyone […]

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Hit and Run

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Monday, OCT. 29 Hit and run A student reported to police that her vehicle had a large dent and white paint scratched on her rear driver’s side wheel well. The student had not noticed the damage until a week later. Police observed the damage done to her vehicle and noticed that the white paint was […]

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Accident

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  Tuesday, OCT. 30 Accident A student was attempting to pull into a parking stall in parking lot College 3. The student then accelerated instead of breaking and struck the car next to the parking stall and in front of that parking stall. The report is still under investigation and nothing further has been posted.

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Get to know: Chemistry Professor Richard Jarman

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Richard Jarman

Chemistry Professor  Richard Jarman Age: 57 Family: Married to Mary with six children. Hobbies: Beer brewing, theater and running Favorites: Color: Yellow Film: Brief Encounter Music: Rolling Stones Book: “Lolita” by Vladimir Nabokov Future: “I would like to spend more time in the wine regions of France” Many community members, staff and students have seen […]

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Student drives into two cars, moves them 15 feet

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A student was backing out of a parking stall when she claimed that her breaks stopped working and accelerated into two cars. The student tried to stop the car from accelerating and pressed on the breaks but stated they failed which resulted in a hit with a 10 foot push. After Unit 2’s car was […]

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Electronic permits help students drop classes, waive prerequisites

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COD students who want to enter a class late or   have a prerequisite waived can complete an online application. The online process, known as an E-Permit, began as a college task force’s idea to replace the manual application for permits with an electronic one. Since many students have adopted the new process, some technical […]

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Students share their opinions on what lies ahead for the country

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“I’m glad Obama won because I think that we should wor- ry about more people being equal more than people having more money” Rich Collis, 20

  Election Aftermath

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COD students to show off ballet, jazz, contemporary styles at upcoming dance recital

By   /  November 9, 2012  /  Around COD, Arts & Entertainment, Theater  /  No Comments

Dancers have only have had eight weeks of practice.

The college’s dance program will be holding a dance showcase on Friday, November 16 at Lemont High School’s Arts Center at 8p.m. Katherine Skleba, the co-artistic director of the dance program, described it as “a college dance showcase featuring student choreography as well as dance faculty choreography.”  She also said student choreography auditions are held […]

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Club Explodes Pumpkin – COD’s Chemistry Bonding Club holds their 2nd annual Pumpkin Explosion event

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Professor Peacy along with the help of Professor Lubna Haque did a few experiements at the event, one including “Elephant’s Toothpaste.”  Photo by London Summers.

Chemistry Bonding Club has been around since Dec. of 2009 and was formed by a group of enthusiastic students who were curious by science and the combination of chemicals to create fun and entertaining experiments. The students created the name of the club when they were studying chemistry bonding in class and before they had […]

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Lady Chaps coach talks tradition, expectations for the season

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Head Coach Cris Cotton overlooks his team at the beginning of Wednesday night's practice.

Basketball season is under way and the Chaparral women’s basketball team started their season off on the right note, beating McHenry County College 66-47 Tuesday. “It’s always a positive thing that we can win the first game, the alternative is losing and you don’t want that to happen,” Head Coach Cris Cotton said. Many teams […]

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