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Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios presents the Keynote Address at Northwestern College’s 108th Commencement at the Arie Crown Theater at McCormick Place in Chicago.
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Northwestern College Conducts 108th Commencement, with Keynote by Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios

[Bridgeview/Chicago-Jefferson Park/Naperville/Rosemont, IL] Northwestern College President Lawrence Schumacher announced that 303 students were awarded certificates and degrees at the College’s 108th Commencement Ceremony held on … Read more ›

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Young Entrepreneurs Academy Available to D211 Students

Embrace your passion. Live your dream. Change the world. That is the mission behind the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!), a program that takes high school … Read more ›

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Roosevelt University golf outing to be held Aug. 13

Roosevelt University’s 19th Annual Community Advisory Board Golf Outing will be on Monday, Aug. 13, at the Schaumburg Golf Club & Academy. Proceeds from the … Read more ›

Roosevelt University Assistant Professor Balwant Chauhan, a patholophysiologist, will do research with students over the summer in the College of Pharmacy's new research labs. be doing research in the new lab over the summer
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Roosevelt University's College of Pharmacy opens new research labs

Starting this summer, students at Roosevelt University’s College of Pharmacy (COP) will have the chance to do cutting-edge drug research alongside experienced faculty researchers in … Read more ›

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Spring Valley Chorus

For Immediate ReleaseFor more information contact Pam Nicpan at 847-715-8638 Spring Valley Chorus Wants to Teach Women to SingThe award winning Spring Valley Chorus of … Read more ›

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The Learning Experience Cuts Ribbon on Schaumburg School

The Learning Experience, a child development center that offers quality care and an ideal learning environment for children six weeks to five years of age, … Read more ›

Students at Enders-Salk Elementary School in Schaumburg color Chinese flags as part of preparation for Olympic Day. During the field day, students learn about countries they will represent in Olympic-style events. (Kate Thayer/Tribune)

Olympic Day promotes activity, geography

Second-grade teacher Sue Barth rattled off several facts about China Monday as students colored flags of the world’s most populated country. They marveled at China’s … Read more ›

First-grade teacher Susana Rodriguez works with a group of students in a dual language class at Huff Elementary School in Elgin. The district's new dual language program allows English- and Spanish-speaking students to learn a new language, while learning regular curriculum. (Kate Thayer/Tribune)

U-46 language program serves Spanish, English speakers

Jennifer Schneider of Elgin sometimes catches her first-grader Camden introducing himself to other children – in Spanish. The budding bilingual tendencies are part of why … Read more ›

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Harper Certificate Offers New Employment for Animal Lovers

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of veterinary assistants is expected to grow 14 percent from 2010 to 2020, adding thousands of jobs … Read more ›

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Northern Illinois University brings Financial Cents to Hoffman Estates

Student-run Financial Cents to provide Money Smart Week financial literacy program at NIU-Hoffman Estates April 25 DEKALB — Northern Illinois University-Hoffman Estates will host the … Read more ›