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Lake Forest Weekly News

January 18, 2017

 

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  •    January 17 Glen Johnson and The Voices of Innerpeace choir performed at the annual MLK Day Holiday Program, organized by the Office of Intercultural Relations. Photo by Matthew Baltimore.     

    January 17

    Glen Johnson and The Voices of Innerpeace choir performed at the annual MLK Day Holiday Program, organized by the Office of Intercultural Relations. Photo by Matthew Baltimore.

     

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Important Notices

  • Check out this Spring 2017 fitness news for staff.
    Last modified Jan. 19th at 11:00am
  • This year’s Winter Formal: A Night Under the Stars will be held on Saturday, February 11th from 8 pm - 12 am at the beautiful Adler Planetarium!
    Last modified Jan. 20th at 3:07pm
  • Applications are due Friday, January 27.
    Last modified Jan. 20th at 3:08pm
  • Students are asked to complete a five-minute survey about the College for reaccreditation.
    Last modified Jan. 19th at 10:36am
  • Refer to the attached registration guide very carefully and keep for your records during the Spring Add/Drop Period these next two weeks.
    Last modified Jan. 19th at 10:39am

Weekly News

  • Student entrepreneurs can compete for cash prizes, potential investments
  • When it is cold outside, sometimes it feels better when thinking about summer. Here’s a list of summer opportunities abroad.
  • The theater department is excited to announce their new spring theater season of three smaller-scale shows, all of which are written or adapted by students, and two of which are directed by students.
  • The fun-filled Family Weekend provides a great opportunity for families to experience their student’s college experience firsthand. More than 100 families will be on campus Friday and Saturday, February 17 and 18 for this annual event.
  • This semester Lake Forest College welcomes 58 new students who have broad interests and experiences.
  • Students, faculty and staff can expect an increase in construction traffic as more workers, including plumbers and electricians, arrive on campus to work on the Lillard Science Center.
  • Zak Engel ’10 released the soundtrack to his second major motion picture, The Hudson Tribes, on January 6.
  • Student-teachers Nicole Ostro ’16 and Jeanette Thommes ’16 celebrated the culmination of their teacher licensure program at a ceremony on December 13, 2016. Both have secured teaching positions for the spring 2017 semester.

  • The Office of Financial Aid has talked with more prospective students and their families in the fall of 2016 than ever before, and that’s a good thing, says Associate Vice President for Financial Aid Jerry Cebrzynski.

  • The Health and Wellness Center doctoral internship program has earned accreditation from the American Psychological Association (APA).
  • Students explored the wide range of creative arts careers when they met with three young alumnae—an arts auction house account exec, a theater company house manager, and a web designer—during an on-campus event hosted by the Career Advancement Center.

Athletics News

  • Lake Forest College men’s basketball player Mike Rueffer was named Forester Athlete of the Week on Thursday, January 5 after helping lead the team to three victories in the previous seven days.

Faculty Notes

  • Ahmad Sadri was interviewed on Worldview, Chicago’s National Public Radio station’s highly regarded noon discussion.

  • The American Sociological Association recently invited Assistant Professor of Sociology Todd Beer to write a piece on the election and the issue of climate change for their monthly newsletter.