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Weekly News in the Forest

February 22, 2017

 

The Daily Click

  • ___ Associate Professor and Chair of Environmental Studies Glen Adelson is traversing the globe in search of native wildflowers. ___ Associate Professor and Chair of Environmental Studies Glen Adelson is traversing the globe in search of native wildflowers.

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Weekly News

  • Nearly 100 admitted students and their families descended on the Lake Forest College campus during Future Forester Day, Monday, February 20.
  • The weather was almost spring-like for Family Weekend, with more than 300 guests registered to attend the fun events February 17–18. This year’s weekend attracted more than double last year’s registrants.
  • When City Manager Bob Kiely ’79 decided to work a conversation about changing generational needs into the City of Lake Forest’s strategic plan, he approached the College for help.

  • When she was in high school, Ashley Lamarre ’18 didn’t know what philosophy was. Today, the Brooklyn, New York native hopes to teach philosophy at the college level some day.
  • Liz Birnbaum ’08 was featured in a GoodTimes article about her fascinating take on history and food.

Athletics News

Faculty Notes

 

Announcements

  • Student entrepreneurs can compete for cash prizes, potential investments
    Last modified Feb. 24th at 1:37pm
  • “The World in 2050” is a competition open to all students to produce responses to the following question—what will the world of the future hold at the half-century mark?
    Last modified Feb. 22nd at 3:18pm
  • Complete the application by March 3 to be considered for the Senior 25 of the 2017-2018 Academic Year.
    Last modified Feb. 22nd at 4:13am
  • This is an important reminder of the various sexual misconduct resources and reporting methods available to Lake Forest College students. 
    Last modified Feb. 22nd at 4:01am
  • Submit your proposal by March 20.
    Last modified Feb. 22nd at 3:55am