- May 21
Associate Professor of English Davis Schneiderman shows empathy for dads alone with their kids while their wives are away in his latest Huffington Post story.
- May 20
Lecturer in Economics and Business and steel-analyst, Michelle Applebaum, was recently quoted in a Wall Street Journal article that discusses the effects the Chinese steel industry is having world-wide. “It’s creating a tsunami effect on the global steel industry that is pressing on prices everywhere,” said Chicago-based steel analyst Michelle Applebaum. “I assume the Chinese are just waiting for other regions to file trade suits, and they know they will simply have to stop at that point, because if Beijing is doing anything to rein in the overproduction, they are doing it invisibly.”
- April 22
English Professor Davis Schneiderman wrote his latest Huffington Post article titled, “Why I Will Never Really See the Boston Marathon Bombing Video.”
- April 17
His April 17 conversation with Jerome McDonnell on NPR’s Worldview began with a discussion of the earthquake in Iran and then turned to Sadri’s latest book, The Epic of Persian Kings: the Shahnameh of Ferdowsi.
- April 3
WMXM deejay and band promoter Sully Davis ‘13 talks about the line-up and the goals for the show.
- March 28
Computer Science and Mathematics Professor Ed Packel was featured in a SunTimes article about his talk at a local library about the odds of betting in the NCAA basketball tournament, March Madness.
- March 25
Nine members of the College’s Habitat for Humanity chapter traveled to Minnesota during spring break to help rehabilitate homes, and their story recently appeared in the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch.
- March 21
The Associate Professor of English details how his father’s seven-year bout with cancer has caused him to become a stranger — a stranger Schneiderman has grown to love.
- March 20
She and other professionals are participating in a pilot project to teach Chicago Public School students college-level humanities courses.
- March 20
Her story, “7 Tips to Make the Most of College Visits,” was published in the February 2013 edition of Make It Better magazine.
- March 13
Professor Davis Schneiderman wrote about his experience with a weekend without technology in his latest Huffington Post article.
- March 4
Lecturer in American Studies Elizabeth Marquardt co-authored a Huffington Post politics piece responding to President Obama’s call in his State of the Union to eliminate marriage penalties for low-income Americans.
- March 1
Travis Clark ‘12, who is currently in his first season playing basketball in Germany, is profiled in this story from Eurobasket.com.
- February 28
Camila Quinteros ‘14 is featured in this story for the design she created for the new City of Lake Forest vehicle sticker.
- February 27
On the first day of international nuclear talks in Kazahkstan, Sadri gives his analysis of how Iranians will respond to attempts to curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
- February 20
The Chicago Tribune’s February 20 online edition featured profiles of newly elected trustees Liam Connell, Sandy Stuart, and Susan Garrett.
- February 20
She spoke about the legacy of Dear Abby and of her course, co-taught with Associate Professor Siobhan Moroney, titled “American Advice,” on January 25. You can listen to her interview here: http://news.iowapublicradio.org/post/remembering-dear-abby.
- February 13
The annual sled-hockey event, “The Sleds Are Coming!” on February 10, 2013 was on the front page of the Lake County News-Sun. The article featured an interview with Tony Fritz, a famed hockey coach at Lake Forest College.
- February 11
Gorter Professor of Islamic World Studies Ahmad Sadri was interviewed by Voices of the Middle East on February 9. Sadri is the author of a new translation of the Shahnameh in a collaborative effort with designer Hamid Rahmanian.
- February 5
The team’s winning conference record under second-year head coach Ryan McKelvie is featured in this story.
- January 29
Students, faculty, and staff made headlines.
- January 24
Kelly Leonard ’88, producer and executive vice president of Second City, was listed as number thirty-two on NewCity Stage’s Players of 2013: The 50 People Who Really Perform in Chicago.
- January 21
Elizabeth Marquardt’s research on divorce was featured in the Chicago Tribune article “Researchers: Even amicable divorces take toll on children and their religious attendance.”
- January 16
Professor of Economics and Business Rob Baade was featured in the Atlantic Journal Constitution in an op ed titled “New stadium won’t be economic force.”
- January 14
Schneiderman’s latest installment discusses Spotify, David Bowie, and William S. Burroughs.
- January 10
- January 7
Bill Motzer, Vice President for Admissions and Career Services, was a guest on ABC7 Chicago
on Saturday, January 5 during a segment about last-minute tips for getting into college.
- January 2
The article written by Ahmad Sadri, Professor of Sociology and James P. Gorter Chair of Islamic World Studies, was published on December 27, 2012 and is titled “Nuclear Disarmament Key to Iran Diplomacy.”
- January 2
Schneiderman writes, “So here I am, where I’ve been before, waiting for the arthroscopy that will cut away the torn meniscus of my other knee and advance me toward premature arthritis. I should have seen that beyond the end of the long jump sand pit, but I didn’t. Still, I am using this week of waiting, as 2013 begins, to reflect upon my changed condition.”
- December 19
Elizabeth Marquardt, adjunct professor in American studies, is the lead author of a report put out by the Institute for American Values and the University of Virginia, which columnist Kathleen Parker writes about in “Un-hitching the middle class.”