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Students in the environmental studies senior seminar course traveled down to New Orleans during spring break, stopping along the way to learn about the history, culture, water, and land. Here is the class surrounded by 300-year-old southern live oaks at Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana.

Lake Forest Weekly News

March 25, 2015

 

Weekly News

  • Image preview Students raced across campus discovering various buildings to learn about the donor history of Lake Forest College on March 23. Students took selfies to prove they found the buildings and posted the pictures on social media with #ForestersGIVE.
  • Image preview Students who plan to complete an unpaid internship in summer or fall 2015 may apply for up to $2,500 in funding based on their financial need.
  • Image preview Fifth House Ensemble will perform “Dances Through Time” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 29, in the Lily Reid Holt Memorial Chapel.
  • Image preview In The Loop students mingled with successful alumni professionals at the second Spring 2015 All-Access Mixer on March 19.
  • Image preview Students and alumni can access the latest company, grad school, and career information using Vault Campus—a new anytime, anywhere research tool.
  • Image preview A biology major, three-time softball conference champion, and an All-American handball player at Lake Forest College, Lisa Jeziorny ’07 never thought she’d become a doctor.
  • Image preview Jyothis James ’16 packed the house during his Soup and Stories lunchtime talk on campus.

Faculty Notes

  • Image preview Professor of Mathematics David Yuen has published another article about cusp forms, this one titled “Paramodular Cusp Forms,” in the journal The Mathematics of Computation in March 2015.
  • Image preview Assistant Professor of Religion Ben Zeller leads a project that uses technology in a student-centered classroom.

In the News

  • Image preview The latest offering from Lake Forest College Press was featured in the Chicago Tribune.
  • Image preview James P. Gorter Professor of Islamic World Studies and Professor of Sociology Ahmad Sadri will be featured in a Lake Forest High School TED-style talk on April 16.