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Weekly News

April 17, 2019

  • Students got to grab their boots and hats at the SPB’s 9th annual Barn Dance in the Calvin Durand Hall. (Photo was taken by Elze Demiri ’19) Students got to grab their boots and hats at the SPB’s 9th annual Barn Dance in the Calvin Durand Hall. (Photo was taken by Elze Demiri ’19)

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NEWS

  • Faculty and staff gathered to honor the published and creative work of the College’s distinguished faculty during the 2018–19 Sue and Gene Hotchkiss Celebration of Faculty Scholarship on April 16. See photos of the event here.
  • Professor of Psychology Matt Kelley and four students in his research lab have published an article in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology—a first for the students but Kelley’s 30th published paper.
  • Over 60 students networked with potential employers from a wide variety of industries during the first Spring Employer Showcase, held on campus in March.
  • After over a month of dedicated work, the Collage executive board, led by their faculty advisor Professor Ying Wu, unveiled the latest edition of the magazine to the campus during the 2019 Student Symposium last week.

ATHLETICS NEWS

  • Track runner Jorge Villanueva ’19 was named Forester Athlete of the Week on Thursday for his performance in the 10,000 meter run at last Saturday’s Wheaton Invitational. Villanueva completed 25 laps around the track more than 13 seconds faster than the runner-up in the seven-man field. Full story>

THINGS TO DO

  • The Lake Forest College Inversions A Capella group will host their spring concert tonight.  They will share the music they have created over the semester.  All are welcome, refreshments to follow. Free and open to the public.

    April 17, 2019
    9 p.m.
    Lily Reid Holt Memorial Chapel

  • Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) was one of the wealthiest self-made billionaires during the Gilded Age. He built Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Steel Company which later became U.S. Steel. Historian Jim Gibbons will present the life of Mr. Carnegie. Event is free of charge, registration is suggested.

    Monday, April 22, 2019
    7 to 8 p.m.
    Lake Bluff Library

  • From April to September, Fridays are for the food trucks. The City of Chicago’s Small Business Center organizes the weekly Chicago Food Truck Fest, which brings some of the city’s best mobile eateries to Daley Plaza for an afternoon. 

    Fridays beginning at 11 a.m.
    Daley Plaza
    More info>