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Faces of the Poisoned: A Roosevelt University Journalism Convergence Project

The Department of Communication in Roosevelt University’s College of Arts and Sciences is hosting a panel discussion with Roosevelt journalism students who traveled to Flint, Michigan, this spring to cover the drinking water crisis story. Hear, see, and experience the … Continue reading

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Voting Open for Reuse Art Competition at RU during Earth Month

As part of our campus Earth Week events, Roosevelt’s Reuse Art Competition is now open and available for viewing! To vote on your favorite piece of art, please follow this link. Images of the art have been uploaded to the … Continue reading

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Happy First Day of Spring!

In celebration of spring’s arrival, we make the humble but sincere gesture of changing our banner image (by Ryan Hodgson-Rigsbee) from winter to a more vernal perspective.

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Celebrate Diversity This Week at Roosevelt University, Feb. 29 – Mar. 4

The Office of Inclusion and Equity, the Diversity Center Initiative Committee and the Student Government Association are proud to present the first Diversity Week in recent Roosevelt University history! Diversity Week 2016: “Empowering Diverse Voices in the RU Community and … Continue reading

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Celebrate Diversity Week 2016 at Roosevelt University, Feb. 29 – Mar. 4

The Office of Inclusion and Equity, the Diversity Center Initiative Committee and the Student Government Association are proud to present the first Diversity Week in recent Roosevelt University history! Diversity Week 2016: “Empowering Diverse Voices in the RU Community and … Continue reading

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Microcosm in Alaska: August 2015 Update

This guest post is by Michele Hoffman Trotter, SUST adjunct professor at Roosevelt University and director/co-producer of the Microcosm film project. Here Michele relates new developments on filming, research, and fundraising for this exciting interdisciplinary endeavor as of this summer and as … Continue reading

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Ann Keating Presents “Rising Up! Women at the Birth of Chicago” for Friends of the Chicago Portgage on March 7th

Please join the Friends of the Chicago Portage on Saturday, March 7th, 2015, for the 3rd in their “Women of Early Chicago” series for 2015, “Rising Up! Women at the Birth of Chicago!!” Ann Durkin Keating, professor of history at North … Continue reading

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