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“Occupy! Scenes from a Movement”
The fall theater production is a newly created play based on the Occupy Wall Street movement in Zuccotti Park, New York City in the fall of 2011. It will run November 14-16 and November 21-23 at 7:30 p.m. Through interviews and research, Lake Forest College students have worked with director and writer Richard Corley to create this original and exciting piece of theater.
Hilary Wind '14
More than 50 faculty and staff attended the second annual Sue and Gene Hotchkiss Celebration of Faculty Scholarship on April 19. The event was an impressive testament to the remarkable scholarly productivity of the faculty. “I want to commend you all,” Gene Hotchkiss told the group during the late afternoon gathering. “Scholarship is what distinguishes us from other colleges.”
The 19th Annual Steven Galovich Student Symposium featured a schedule packed full of interesting presentations, panels, posters, and performances on Tuesday, April 5.
Thirteen students were inducted into the Nu Rho Sci national neuroscience honorary society in a ceremony on March 17. Seven alumni and two faculty members also were inducted.
Students took a break from mid-terms to connect with three visiting therapy dogs on March 15. The Office of Residence Life coordinated the session as a way to reduce stress and bring students together outside the classroom.
Starting in fall 2016, In The Loop students will live in Chicago at The Flats (829 South Wabash) in the South Loop. The Flats will provide our students with fully furnished apartments, complete with bath, kitchen, common area, and with incredible views of the city and Lake Michigan.
Click here to read more about the move.