The Career Advancement Center’s “Pathways to Successful Careers in Health Care” event provided students with the chance to meet with industry professionals to explore their career options.
Two students connected with a Starbucks executive over spring break to increase their ever-widening circle of professional contacts, thanks to the Forester Career Network.
The third time is the charm for the friendship of Shirley Flood Crandall, 89, and Pat Galitz Kramer, 88. The two lived in Lois Hall during World War II, became neighbors in the 1960s, and have reunited for a third time.
D’Anne Duncan ’04 has a knack for mentoring others. It’s a skill she discovered while majoring in biology at Lake Forest College.
Giving to Lake Forest College in honor of faculty is something Richard Baynes ’08 has done annually since he graduated.
Just 10 years after graduating from Lake Forest, Dr. Nijee Sharma Luthra ’04 will begin a fellowship at one of the top neurology departments in the world.