Pedal your way to school

Pedal your way to school

September 12, 2014

Why all the hate on country music?

Åshlee Berner, Design Editor

September 10, 2014

Filed under Features/Arts

No one at Soldier Field was sitting. Everyone was up on their feet, singing and dancing along. There was just so much energy around you and it was a fun atmosphere. I attended country music star the Luke Bryan’s concert accompanied... Read more »

Pieces for Peace

Pieces for Peace

September 10, 2014

Date rape detector debated

Kelly Wynne, Features Editor

September 10, 2014

Filed under Features/Arts

Over the past month, a new invention has been brought to light and publicized in the media. Four North Carolina State University students, Ankesh Madan, Stephen Gray, Tasso Von Windheim, and Tyler Confrey-Maloney, have formed... Read more »

Safety hazards, party atmosphere overshadow music at Lollapalooza

Kelly Wynne, Features Editor

September 2, 2014

Filed under Features/Arts

Somewhere along the line, Lollapalooza has become somewhere to guard yourself from your surroundings, rather than relax and enjoy a weekend of good music.   Lollapalooza, to college students, is a final chance to celebrate... Read more »

Swift shakes up her sound

Kelly Wynne, Features Editor

September 2, 2014

Filed under Features/Arts, Uncategorized

Chances are, you have heard Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” on a radio station within the past few weeks since her worldwide release on Aug. 18.   The former country and now pop star also took the stage at the 2014... Read more »

Chaparral Days to welcome students

Courier Staff

August 25, 2014

Filed under Features/Arts, Orientation

At the start of each new semester, College of DuPage's student life office hosts a range of events to welcome... Read more »

2014 Back-to-School Events

Courier Staff

August 14, 2014

Filed under Features/Arts

Chaparral Days August 25 - September 5, all-campus event COD welcomes students to the fall term. Students can enjoy free food and festivities throughout the first two... Read more »