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When a group of visionaries founded Roosevelt University, they stood on the ideals of social justice, equal opportunity and academic excellence. Today the ideals are the same, but the vision for the future is beyond imagination.
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Your contributions make a real difference in the lives of Roosevelt students. Your gift will help enable future alumni to become socially conscious citizens and help them lead active and dedicated lives as leaders in their professions and communities.
Troublemakers: Chicago Freedom Struggles through the Lens of Art Shay opens Sept. 17. The Gage Gallery exhibit is curated by Roosevelt Associate Professor of History Erik Gellman.
John McDonald, professor emeritus of real estate and author of a new book on Chicago's economic history, will discuss his work at the Sept. 16 Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate.