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Generations entering college have never known a life that didn't include recycling and to keep up with their environmental mindset schools are greening up not only the curriculum but their campuses as well. Mark Olson, dean of enrollment at North Park...
Phil Swarbrick graduated from Chicago's DePaul University last year with a Bachelor of Science degree in network technology and a Master of Science degree in computer information and network security. Under normal circumstances, the undergraduate and...
TribLocal - ElmhurstTo help the architecture students of today become the designers of tomorrow, the Northeast Illinois Chapter of The American Institute of Architects is offering three …...
TribLocal - Winnetka & Northfield » NewsSix candidates are vying for three seats on the New Trier High School Board in the April 5 election. Three were selected by the New …...
TribLocal - Highland Park & Highwood » NewsHighland Park High Schoolâ€™s robotic team will be competing in a robotics world championship in St. Louis this spring after it earned top honors at …...
TribLocal - Tinley Park » NewsThousands of high school athletes from all over the country signed letters-of-intent to various colleges the first week of February, including 27 from District 230. …...
November 9: Author - Ward Miller Talks About His Book, The Complete Architecture of Adler and SullivanWGN NewsWard Miller To purchase a copy of the book: The Complete Architecture of Adler & Sullivan Louis Sullivan (1856–1924) was a giant of architecture, the father of architectural modernism, and one of the earliest builders of the skyscraper. Along with...
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It's college application season, when those famous lists of college rankings really start to matter. But do they? Sure, the traditional lists can help you choose a strong academic program with national cachet. But what about all those 101 other things...
A few select schools across the country have embraced the iPad, and it's easy to see why. The smart-looking tablet computer can do everything a laptop can do -- even more -- with thousands of available apps. Plus it's compact, connected, fast, user-...
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The old image of looking for a needle in a haystack doesn't even come close to the realities of modern life. Simply put, the world is drowning in data. Every item scanned at every grocery store, every keystroke made on every website, every transaction...
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In her capacity as a representative of Harper College, Nancy Wajler often gives talks to groups of unemployed adults. The message she imparts centers on the wisdom of returning to college to retrain and retool for new occupations. In recent talks, she...
John F. Mitchell Motorola cellphone pioneer John F. Mitchell, 81, who helped engineer the technology that paved the way for the world's first cellular phone during a 45-year career at Motorola, where he was president from 1980 to 1995, died of cancer...
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