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  • April 6 Sullivan High School working with Lake Forest College music education students.
    Music education students showed a whole lotta love for rock and roll recently when they interacted with Sullivan High School’s unique take on teaching music through a rock band.
  • April 4 Matthew Roszak '95
    Matthew Roszak ’95 participated in the first initial coin offerings beginning in 2013, before the term even existed. The crypto entrepreneur gave Richard Branson and Bill Clinton their first Bitcoins.
  • April 3 Symposium
    The 21st Annual Steven Galovich Student Symposium is next week, Tuesday, April 10, and occurs in place of regular classes. Come out to participate and attend the presentations throughout the day!
  • April 2 Dziadula working with children and parents in Nepal for her research on child labor and education.
    Eva Dziadula ’07 was recently profiled in The Key Reporter, Phi Beta Kappa’s publication for news and alumni relations, due to her exciting work in economic research with the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development.
  • April 2 Phi Beta Kappa
    The Phi Beta Kappa Society honors students across the United States for excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Please join us in congratulating the new Lake Forest College inductees!
  • April 2 Kaloyan Parvanov '20 (from left), Emma Juettner '20, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Enrique Treviño, and Dipika Subra...
    Lake Forest College students placed first among Illinois teams at the Spring 2018 Intersectional Collegiate Mathematics Competition, a meeting of the Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan Sections of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), on March 23–24, 2018 at Valparaiso University.
  • March 27 Philanthropy Awareness Week (PAW)
    This week we’re celebrating Philanthropy Awareness Week (PAW)! Attend events, enjoy some tasty snacks, and win an exclusive prize!
  • March 27 Yoan Ganev
    Yoan Ganev ’19 has his summer set. The neuroscience and chemistry double major earned a $5,000 research grant from the prestigious Parkinson’s Foundation-American Parkinson Disease Association Summer Student Fellowship for a 10-week study, making him the latest Forester to earn a prestigious grant to conduct meaningful research as an undergraduate student.
  • March 26 Gizella Meneses

    Noir? Neo-noir? “You’ll know it when you see it,” Associate Professor of Spanish Gizella Meneses said about film noir. Though the exact definition may be debatable, Meneses found a way to enter the conversation by looking specifically at Argentine noir and neo-noir in her first book.

  • March 26 Rebecca Graff
    Assistant Professor of Anthropology Rebecca Graff was recently quoted in a Chicago Tribune article about the placement of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago’s Jackson Park—the same site where the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893 was held.