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Illusionist visits campus

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Award winner and crowd favorite Chris Carter returns to amaze and entertain. Photos by Nathan Camp

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PE construction progresses

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Construction workers lay down the steel work for the fitness lab and locker rooms.

Walking around the college’s campus these days, students may feel inclined to trade their backpacks for hard hats. It seems as though new construction projects are starting every day and every building is receiving some sort of makeover or restoration. The Physical Education Center (PE) is no exception and is starting to get the touch […]

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‘Rock out with your glock out’

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Student elections need more involvement

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Photo by Nathan Camp

If any of you have picked up an issue of the Courier before, you’ve probably seen the Student Leadership Council name mentioned many times before, and there’s a reason for that. SLC is the bridge between the college and the students that allows ideas and feedback to travel efficiently. It’s a way to hear, be […]

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Get to know: Psychology Professor Ken Gray

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Ken Gray

Family: Married to Caryn with kids; Maureen, Doug and Evan Hobbies: Running, reading Favorites: Color: School bus yellow Band: Flaming Lips Book: Grapes of Wrath Travel: Toronto Future: “I want to get students more involved in publishing research” For winner of the Most Outstanding Full Time Faculty Member award, Psychology Professor Ken Gray, winning was […]

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Candidates vy for 6-year terms on board of trustees

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Candidates VY for 6-year terms ON BOARD OF TRUSTEES Sub head: The college has had Joseph Wozniak and David Carlin on the Board for six years and their positions are now up for grabs. Six candidates are in the running for chairs on the board and elections will begin on April 9.   Ed Agustin Agustin […]

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Annual Woman of Distinction announced

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This year’s winner, arts professor Jennifer Hereth has always been interested in what women bring to higher education. She has worked with young women training for entering male dominated fields.

For 30 years now, COD has been recognizing someone for the Woman of Distinction award to help celebrate Women’s History month in March. The award is also is in memory of Adade Wheeler, history faculty member at the college who initiated women’s studies courses, founded the COD Women’s Resource Center and authored two books about […]

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Student Leadership Council holds a candidate forum to meet next year’s potential leaders

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Photo by Nathan Camp

The Student Leadership Council (SLC) of COD facilitates values-based opportunities for leadership development to enhance citizenship at our college and in our communities. Their vision is to aid in the individual and collective development of College of DuPage students by collaborating with the college community and by providing educated representation, service, and leadership to the […]

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