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Lake Forest Weekly News

Lake Forest Weekly News

October 26, 2016


Weekly News

  • With the Chicago Cubs’ record season and first World Series appearance in decades, Foresters should know the team’s anthem, “Go Cubs Go,” was written by Steve Goodman, an alumnus of the College.
  • Most students struggle at times when things don’t go as planned. Not getting that internship, performing poorly in an important game, or failing an exam will undoubtedly ratchet up a student’s stress level.
  • Though she’s from the sunny beaches of Hawaii, Sierra Smith ’17 didn’t let the cold deter her when she visited campus during spring break her last year of high school—the same high school President Barack Obama attended.  

Athletics News

In the News

  • The Chicago Tribune interviewed two Lake Forest students for an article on a women’s self-defense course offered at the Lake Forest Police Department. 
  • The Chicago Tribune turned to A.B. Dick Professor of Economics Robert Baade, who it called an “expert in sports-related development,” in a Sunday article on the “refinement” of Wrigleyville, the neighborhood surrounding the Chicago Cubs’ ballpark.
  • The Chicago Tribune quoted Associate Professor of Politics and Department Chair Siobhan Moroney in a local roundup on the upcoming presidential election as teaching opportunity.