News and Events
Lake Forest College In the News
- February 1 The Daily Herald covered “The Sleds Are Coming” event at Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse in its January 31 online edition.
- January 27 22nd Century Media covered the Martin Luther King Jr. program on January 18. To access the story, click here. A subscription is needed to view the entire article.
- January 27
- January 20 Professor Rob Baade was quoted in the International Business Times about the economic impact of the relocation of the NFL’s Rams from St. Louis to Los Angeles.
- January 13 WBEZ-FM interviewed Professor Ahmad Sadri on the growing diplomatic crisis between Iran and Saudi Arabia for its Worldview program.
- January 13 Fans of Forester athletics can turn to the new “College Corner” in The Lake Forest Leader, a 22nd Century Media publication, to find sporting event coverage. Click here to view.
- January 12 Nathan Rohrer, the College’s costume shop manager and costume designer, received accolades in the Chicago Sun-Times for his work on the newest Thodos dance performance in Chicago. Click here to read the article.
- December 9 Assistant Professor of Politics and Chair of Islamic World Studies Fatima Rahman was interviewed by the Daily North Shore on December 7 about Muslims and ISIS.
- December 7 Third graders from Lake Forest Country Day School learned a lot about brains during a Dec. 1 visit to the neuroscience program at Lake Forest College including how brains feel. Read this article by the Pioneer Press about their visit.
- December 2
Arthur Miller, emeritus archivist and librarian for special collections, co-wrote Legendary Locals of Lake Forest, a book released on Nov. 30 by Arcadia Publishing.
- November 18
- November 18 An opinion essay on immigration policy written by James D. Vail III Professor of American history emeritus was featured on History News Network.
- November 11 The Chicago Tribune spotlighted the fall theater production, HMS Pinafore, with a photo and short interview with Assistant Professor of Theater and Performance Studies Chloe Johnston.
- November 10 The Chicago Tribune covered the on-campus talk by American Civil Liberties Union attorney Ben Wizner, who believes privacy is a “basic human need.”
- October 28