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Roosevelt University and City Colleges of Chicago have signed an agreement called the Dual Degree Partnership that makes it easier for City Colleges graduates to earn their bachelor’s degree from Roosevelt.
In an August 7 segment on the history of the discriminatory lending practices that Chicago's Contract Buyers League fought against in the 1960s, Erik S. Gellman, Associate Professor in the Roosevelt University Department of History & Philosophy and Associate Director of the St. Clair Drake Center for African and African American Studies, discussed the similarity between the recent subprime mortgage crisis and the struggles of the Contract Buyers.
Entertainment Reporter/Critic Dean Richards had a bird's-eye view of Lollapalooza from Roosevelt's second-floor sundeck where he reported live for much of the day on Friday, Aug. 1.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice LaDonna Long offers advice on careers in criminal justice.
Darlene Clark Hine, a Northwestern University professor who explores the history of African-American women and a 1968 graduate of Roosevelt University, has been awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Obama.
Forbes' James Marshall Crotty discusses Roosevelt's Wabash Building as a "bold [and] elegant yet unmistakably
modern" example of new vertical campuses in higher education.
Still suffering the effects of the infamous polar vortex? May we present our annual list of the Hot New Faces of the Chicago stage.
Professor Paul Green asks whether the Democratic Party’s left wing will start making serious political noise about moving their party to the left as 2016 looms closer.
Roosevelt University political science Professor Paul Green discusses the current influx of unaccompanied children coming from Central America on ABC7 Chicago.
The July edition of THE Ñ BEAT profiles Israel Vargas, the Assistant Provost for college access and targeted recruitment programs at Roosevelt University.
Roosevelt University's youngest piano professor, already an accomplished musician, is proving skeptics wrong again.
"You need to embrace who you are, and be the best you can be, and we're going to help you with this," says Rohlwing, 20, the West Dundee native who runs the new Gender and Diversity Inclusive Living Community that occupies the entire floor.