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Day Three of #AmDreamConf at RU: Faculty Panels on Immigration, Citizenship, and the 2016 Election

Today is Day Three of Roosevelt’s American Dream Reconsidered Conference this week. This afternoon in Ganz Hall, on the 7th floor of the university’s historic Auditorium Building, RU faculty are featured in two panel discussions on the interrelated issues of … Continue reading

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Day Three of #AmDreamConf at RU: Presidential Panel on the Current State of the American Dream

Today is Day Three of Roosevelt’s American Dream Reconsidered Conference this week. At 9:30am in the beautiful Ganz Hall (AUD 7th floor), panelists who are leaders in the fields of politics, interfaith engagement, finance, and higher education suggest what next … Continue reading

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Diversity & Inclusion Open House at the #AmDreamConf Next Monday at Roosevelt University

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Social Justice “Call to Action” Roundtable Discussion at the #AmDreamConf Next Monday at RU

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Talkin’ Community & Social Justice at the #AmDreamConf Next Monday at Roosevelt University

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Standing Rock Standoff Continues as Dozens of Tribes Protest Oil Pipeline in ND

by Mike Bryson Native Americans and First Nations people are leading the cause for climate justice in North America, and the new front line of this environmental activism is in Cannon Ball, ND. On the edge of the Standing Rock … Continue reading

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RU graduate Tiffany Mucci Publishes Essay on City Creatures Blog

The thriving environmental discourse of urban nature writing is highly varied in terms of genre — from fiction to poetry to creative nonfiction — and subject, as evidenced by the recently published volume City Creatures (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2015) and … Continue reading

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