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“Trumphobia”

“Trumphobia”

Vandy Manyeh, News Reporter

Maria Gonzalez (not her real name) is a student here at the College of DuPage. She has been in the United States since she was a toddler, and her memory can only recount life a child in America. Years ago, her parents waited...  Read More »

Dec 6 • Comments closed

Patricia Bellock leads panel discussion on human trafficking in Illinois

Patricia Bellock leads panel discussion on human trafficking in Illinois

Vandy Manyeh, News Reporter

Brenda Stewart, 51,  grew up in Englewood with a family that wasn’t into gangs nor selling drugs. Still, she lived in the streets at a point in her life and decline an offer from her mother to return home. She was raised...  Read More »

Dec 6 • Comments closed

IT Implements Accommodating Change For All Students

IT Implements Accommodating Change For All Students

Kitt Fresa, News Editor

Before a new change to the way teachers receive class rosters, it wasn't unheard of for transgender students to disappear from class. This was because students couldn't identify with the name being called for them. “Back...  Read More »

Dec 6 • Comments closed

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Studio Art Faculty Exhibit

Studio Art Faculty Exhibit

Bethany Berg, Photo Editor

The creativity of the College of Dupage’s art faculty know no bounds, art reaching from digital to drawn, printed to sewn and much more. The works are on display at the Cleve Carney Art Gallery from D...  Read More »

Dec 8

Louder than words: Honors students organize silent walk to unify community

Louder than words: Honors students organize silent walk to unify community

December 7, 2016

4 Games to Play Over Break

4 Games to Play Over Break

December 7, 2016

Q&A: Artist and veteran, Ken Jacobs

Q&A: Artist and veteran, Ken Jacobs

November 30, 2016

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COD conquers Red Grange Bowl in overtime

Alex Garcia, Sports Editor

Saturday, Dec. 3rd, will be a day to go down in College of DuPage history as the Chaparrals football team beat the undefeated Central Lake Raiders, in overtime, with a score of 25-22, during the inaugural Red Grange Bowl h...  Read More »

Dec 7 • Comments closed

  • COD winter sports takes a turn for the worst December 7, 2016
  • 2016: The year of the underdog November 30, 2016
  • NFL concussion policy isn’t working November 9, 2016
  • Chaparrals v Hocking November 9, 2016

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College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967
College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967