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Paying It Forward

Alumna and English Composition instructor Amanda Wornhoff is leading Roosevelt's efforts to ensure that first-year students get the support they need.

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Against the Odds

Robert Johnson (BA, '58), the first African-American vice president of Sears, Roebuck & Company, on why he got involved with the Black Male Leadership Academy.

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From Basketball to Biology

Rising senior Corinne Busby is well on her way to a career in physical therapy, learning hands-on skills side-by-side with her coursework.

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Life in the Loop

Living and learning in the heart of Chicago puts Roosevelt students in the center of the action.

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Harold Washington, who would become Chicago's first black mayor, graduated from Roosevelt in 1949.

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Roosevelt offers Illinois' only master's in hospitality and tourism management.

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Roosevelt offers the Midwest's only three-year, year-round Doctor of Pharmacy program.

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More than 25 CCPA faculty are active members of the Chicago Symphony and Lyric Opera.

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