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  • Long wait finally ends for ODU

    Drew Hareza has a bitter memory to erase. Craig Wilkins wants to get started on an ambitious goal. Chad King is eager to prove he belongs, and Tobin Cameron still has something to prove. The four captains are a fraction of the 88 Old Dominion players who...
  • River Forest: Standing the test of time

    River Forest: Standing the test of time
    "I'm really happy to be here," says teacher Annie Darley, whose life trajectory proves: You can go home again. Although she and her husband just moved to River Forest a year ago, Darley also grew up here -- in a house her grandfather built, no less. After...
  • It's not risky business

    It's not risky business
    The lecture was entitled "How I Made $300,000 My Senior Year," and the house was packed. Dominican University alumnus Chad Scott gave this talk last spring at the school's biennial Entrepreneur's Boot Camp, a popular event that helps budding entrepreneurs...
  • A degree closer

    A degree closer
    Residents of the northern suburbs don't have to travel to downtown Chicago or move to a far-flung location to attend top Illinois colleges and universities, thanks to the University Center of Lake County. As a consortium of institutions, the University...
  • You're never too old to learn

    You're never too old to learn
    Michael Barnett sold his business to stay home and take care of his wife when she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He realized that some of the people that made the most difference in his wife's life were caregivers and nurses and after she died he...
  • Holmes back home

    Holmes back home
    Roger Holmes is back in Baron blue. More than that, he has returned home. Holmes will now roam the sideline of a court where he once starred as a player, as he accepted the boys' basketball coaching position May 7 at his alma mater, Fountain Valley...
  • Culinary training merges with two hot areas

    Culinary training merges with two hot areas
    Business is the hottest degree on campuses right now. Health care is the hottest job sector. Culinary careers are just plain hot. How can these work together? Starting this fall at Kendall College, business majors can earn a concentration in food service...
  • Study abroad shapes lives

    Study abroad shapes lives
    We spoke with students who have studied abroad and asked them about their experiences. Giancarlo Chavez Benedictine University senior, international business and economics What inspired you to study abroad? I made friends with Spanish and French...
  • Financing extra learning

    Financing extra learning
    If you find that your financial aid will not cover extra learning opportunities, such as J-Terms (January terms), summer terms, and study abroad programs, don't worry. Here are some tips that will help you make it happen. 1. Plan ahead. Visit your...
  • From fashion world, a voice for healthy body image

    From fashion world, a voice for healthy body image
    Sunny Sea Gold knows all too well the many pressures that young women face with body image and their weight. Gold, 34, the author of the just-published paperback book "Food: The Good Girl's Drug: How to Stop Using Food to Control Your Feelings" and...
  • Shared grant helps five schools prepare special education teachers

    Shared grant helps five schools prepare special education teachers
    With more children being diagnosed with disabilities and the goal of inclusive classrooms firmly in place, the special education landscape continues to progress. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 1 in every 110 children in the...