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News and Events
News and Events
The College’s Home for Dinner program was a featured story in the January issue of Forest & Bluff magazine. Click here to read the full story.
Associate Professor of Religion Ben Zeller is interviewed extensively in the 10-episode podcast.
Their “Best College Values, 2018” list is the latest in a long string of positive rankings for Lake Forest College.
More than 400 students attended Late Night Breakfast in the caf last Thursday to fuel their brains for studying. Late Night Breakfast is a Lake Forest College tradition where faculty and staff serve breakfast to students the night before finals begin.
Residence Directors Rexann Whorton and Karl Turnlund were selected to attend the Professional Development Institute (PDI), an intensive three day program where entry-level professionals in residence life are mentored by seasoned professionals who serve as faculty members.
Check out the short performance and screening of Haptic Imprint, which was produced, written, edited, and executed by students in ART 343: Video Art, on Friday, December 8, from 5 to 6 p.m. in Hixon Hall.
Being on the Lake Forest College football team feels like belonging to a band of brothers, and Joel Nierling ’18 is one of them.
Associate Dean of the Faculty and Director of the Center for Chicago Programs Davis Schneiderman was listed as a finalist in Subito Press’ 2017 Prose Book Contest for There is No Appropriate #emoji.
While most kids may enjoy recess, the third graders from Lake Forest Country Day School enjoy testing their brain power. During Our Amazing Brain Outreach, these students not only saw brains in the lab, but they also learned about the brain’s many functions.
For Rachel Manchur ’18, this event will be especially memorable, as it is both her final concert and her debut as a conductor.