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The Chicago College of Performing Arts will be the host site for the 16th Annual Piano Competition of Orléans.
Taught by Mick McMahon, the English course examines future anxieties related to the government, environment and technology.
The second annual Women's Leadership Council Symposium on Economic Empowerment will focus on the intersection of economics and gender.
Psychology student Ely Adams will spend his spring semester in the Netherlands to conclude his undergraduate courses.
The American Dream Reconsidered course takes a deep dive into the cultural phenomenon known as the "American Dream" and considers how attainable the American Dream really is.
Roosevelt is extending the admission deposit deadline and refund date to June 1 in response to FAFSA submission delays from the Department of Education.
Roosevelt's Creative Writing MFA Program hosted a spectacular showcase of students, alumni, faculty and local writers at the American Writers Museum.
In conjunction with the Black Student Union, Roosevelt will host numerous on-campus events throughout February to celebrate Black excellence.
CCPA graduate William Garfield walker recently won first place in Conducting from the American Prize National Nonprofit Competitions in the Performing Arts.
The Roosevelt MFA graduate is now a published author, and he recently shared excerpts of his new collection with current students.
Thanks to a recent grant, Roosevelt University will receive $8.3 million over three years for capital improvements to its Chicago and Schaumburg Campuses.
Pianist Anila Aliu—originally from Kosovo—continues her extraordinary young career at CCPA’s piano performance diploma program.