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As graduates of our Class of 2017 begin the next chapter of their lives, we celebrate the accomplishments of five students who left a lasting legacy at Roosevelt.
Elizabeth Duvall Petykowski stood sporting her Roosevelt University T-shirt on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on an unseasonably warm Jan. 21, 2017. She was not alone, joined by nearly half a million people in support of women’s health care issues and at-risk equality protections.
David Corris is a nationally known actor, singer and puppeteer who returned to Roosevelt University this spring semester to complete his bachelor’s degree.
More than four decades ago, Denise Plotzker sacrificed her college education to marry and raise a family, promising herself back then that she would someday return for a bachelor’s degree.
When Anthony Ivy suffered recurring injuries while trying to make the big time as a cornerback with the National Football League, he knew he had to come up with an alternative plan for career success.
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