- December 17 Inspired during his philosophy class, the Elgin native is organizing a concert to raise money for the Community Crisis Center and Food for Greater Elgin. Read the full story, published in the Daily Herald, here.
- December 12 Chicago Book Review posted a three-star review of Titanic, the Cecilia Corrigan book published by Lake Forest College Press.
- December 10 In Chicago Splash, President Stephen Schutt says Lake Forest felt like home almost immediately when he arrived more than a decade ago.
- December 5 The poetry book, Titanic, published by Lake Forest College Press is among the 10 best books printed by academic publishers in 2014, according to Flavorwire.com.
- December 4
- December 1 Bulgaria’s BiTelevision livestreamed an entrepreneurial marketing presentation by Stefan Zaharinov ’15 and interviewed the Bulgarian native for a two-minute news story.
- November 26
- November 24 A Bulgarian news team’s interest in the “Innovative Solutions” presentations earned a mention by the online Daily North Shore.
- November 24 President Stephen Schutt was interviewed over lunch about the College’s mission to help students attain rewarding and productive careers.
- November 17
A paper clarifying the “peculiar economics” of husbands and wives in developing countries earned Amanda Felkey the Best Paper Prize from the European Journal of Development Studies.
- November 17 The Chicago Tribune wrote a story about Mickey Greeneway and Holly Lesperance who “juggled books, kicks and sticks” by competing in overlapping sports.
- November 17
- November 4
Roommates in the residence halls at Lake Forest College have a new tool to help them manage their roomie relationships. Read the Chicago Sun-Times story about the software, introduced by the College last spring, here.
- October 29 Chicago magazine selected Laura Hilstrom’s ’00 job as one of the six most “fascinating” in the city.
- October 22 In a Huffington Post column, Professor of English Davis Schneiderman, normally a believer in playing with others’ words and appropriating text, chides an imposter who claims Davis’s father died, when in actuality, Phil Schneiderman is very much alive. Read his view on the matter in this post here.