Roosevelt University brings together David Axelrod and Bill Kristol, political analysts from different sides of the political spectrum, for a debate on America’s political future. The panel moves beyond partisan rhetoric to look for common ground and a path forward.
After a tumultuous 18 months of political and health crises, the American Dream Reconsidered Conference convenes prominent experts to refocus on the future. Politicians and activists will debate how to promote social justice and if the American Dream can sustain us with hope and opportunity.
Roosevelt University won a three-year, $1.6 million grant from the Chicago Design Challenge to build the Metropolitan Chicago Tutoring Corps. This school year, 25 tutors will work with students each day for 30 minutes of one-on-one literacy instruction.
Rebecca Moss played through many firsts: the first home game in the Goodman Center, the team’s first national tournament appearances. Today, she’s breaking new ground as the special education chair at Thornton Fractional North High School.
Dr. Donovan Montgomery, the star of Willie Mae Jackson’s debut novel, is a high-profile forensic expert who stalks through Chicago in pursuit of justice. It turns out that the tough-as-nails heroine has much in common with her author.