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Weekly News in the Forest

February 22, 2017

 

The Daily Click

  • Southerly winds reveal the skeleton of the soon to be new Lillard Science Center. (Photo submitted by Michael S. Peters) Southerly winds reveal the skeleton of the soon to be new Lillard Science Center. (Photo submitted by Michael S. Peters)

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Weekly News

  • Nearly 100 admitted students and their families descended on the Lake Forest College campus during Future Forester Day, Monday, February 20.
  • The weather was almost spring-like for Family Weekend, with more than 300 guests registered to attend the fun events February 17–18. This year’s weekend attracted more than double last year’s registrants.
  • When City Manager Bob Kiely ’79 decided to work a conversation about changing generational needs into the City of Lake Forest’s strategic plan, he approached the College for help.

  • When she was in high school, Ashley Lamarre ’18 didn’t know what philosophy was. Today, the Brooklyn, New York native hopes to teach philosophy at the college level some day.
  • Liz Birnbaum ’08 was featured in a GoodTimes article about her fascinating take on history and food.

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Announcements

  • “The World in 2050” is a competition open to all students to produce responses to the following question—what will the world of the future hold at the half-century mark?
    Last modified Feb. 22nd at 3:18pm
  • February 14, 2017
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  • Complete the application by March 3 to be considered for the Senior 25 of the 2017-2018 Academic Year.
    Last modified Feb. 22nd at 4:13am
  • This is an important reminder of the various sexual misconduct resources and reporting methods available to Lake Forest College students. 
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  • Submit your proposal by March 20.
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