Roosevelt in Northwest suburbs for nearly 40 years
The story of Roosevelt University began in Chicago at the end of World War II, but it wasn't long before the school reached out and found a home in the suburbs.
Roosevelt University to cut back suburban campus
In a letter to the university's board of trustees, President Chuck Middleton said the university is overcommitted in Schaumburg and will relocate some staff to Chicago.
Tuesday Aug 19
Auditorium Theatre's 125th Anniversary Gala Set for 12/14
Exactly 125 years from when the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University opened its doors in 1889, the National Historic Landmark, led by Board Chairman Melvin L. Katten and Executive Director Brett Batterson, celebrates its milestone 125th Anniversary with a special performance, "Living the History - 125 Years of the Auditorium Theatre" on ... (more)
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Harper, Roosevelt strike deal to cultivate pharmacy students
An agreement signed Monday between Roosevelt University and Harper College creates a program grooming new Harper students for a spot in Roosevelt's College of Pharmacy within two years.
Starting with possums and tadpoles, GBS science teacher lauded for accomplishments
"We were the house on the block that local kids brought animals to for help. Our family was like that," she said.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The Daily Vidette
Donahue elected to BOT Chair
Rocky Donahue, new chair of the Illinois State University Board of Trustees , believes ISU is heading in the right direction - and he could not be more pleased.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
There's a food mall outside Astoria Tower's apartments
If you rent at Astoria Tower and commute to the Loop via the CTA Red Line stop at Harrison, or attend Roosevelt University's nearby vertical campus , you'll pass a food mall along your 5-minute walk home.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
The Auditorium Theatre Selected as Fifth Star Honoree
The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University , celebrating their 125th Anniversary Season, has been chosen as one of five honorees for the City of Chicago and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events inaugural Fifth Star Awards, celebrating the city's creativity through artists, arts advocates and cultural institutions.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Delegation from The John Marshall Law School Presents United Nations...
A delegation from The John Marshall Law School today is presenting proposed international human rights legislation before the United Nations.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Celebrating Herb Franks' half century of service
Former president of the Illinois State Bar Association Herb Franks arrives at Checkers for lunch Monday in Union.
TX: DART Names Two New Executives
Fontayne brings to DART more than 14 years of experience in senior positions at the city of Detroit and Broward County, Fla.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Chicago Educator Advocates For Social Justice In The Justice System
The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows a number of different career options in criminal justice, featuring everything from probation officers to forensic scientists.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Former Charlotte Symphony violinist fights for citizenship
Her skill: Playing violin. She became the Charlotte Symphony's associate concertmaster in 2009, stayed through 2013, then spent last season as acting assistant concertmaster at the larger Utah Symphony.