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Omicron Delta Kappa

Lake Forest College chartered Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, and inducted 25 founding members as well as 20 new members. Each member participates in at least two of the five major phases of collegiate and community life: scholarship; athletics; community service, social and religious activities, and campus government; journalism; and the creative and performing arts.

Photo Galleries

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    Alums, students, and parents networked during the second All Access Mixer of the fall semester  on November 17. Lake Forest College Trustee Randy Lauer ’81 hosted the gathering at Citigroup in Chicago. Jessica Coleman ’89 was the guest speaker.
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    Students in Media Systems and Institutions visited the WBEZ radio station with Assistant Professor of Communication Camille Yale. WBEZ is Chicago’s news, talk, and information-oriented public radio station and only National Public Radio affiliate.
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    A large crowd of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends gathered at the ceremonial beam signing and unveiling of the science center’s new name: the Lillard Science Center.
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    Students, faculty, and staff joined athletics on the quad to kick off Forester Friday. Don’t forget to wear your red and black!
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    If the zip-line didn’t catch your eye, the oversized balloons, loud music, and loads of people sure did! Middle Campus Quad turned into the stage for the Forester Fair, where students explore the variety of clubs, organizations, and offices where they can get involved.