College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967

The Courier

COD Starts Weekly COVID-19 Testing
COD Starts Weekly COVID-19 Testing
Bee Bishop, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021

COD’s first week of COVID-19 testing for unvaccinated students concluded with a total of 507 tests collected, a fraction of the estimated 7,000 tests administrators expected....

Naperville Devastated by the Death of Two Astroworld Victims In The Community
Jona Padua, Staff Writer • November 15, 2021

What was initially supposed to be a night full of excitement and fun for two best friends ended in tragedy at rapper Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival this past week. There...

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Sleeping Outside to Raise Awareness
Katie Toolan, Staff Writer • November 8, 2021

BridgeCommunities is an organization in DuPage County looking to bring awareness to poverty and the people affected by home instability. Sleep Out Saturday was hosted at the...

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The Benefits of Swimming - FMC Natatorium
Eva Koureta, Staff Writer • December 6, 2021

As full-time students, employees and members of our communities, we tend to not pay full attention to our bodies’ needs, health and wellness. In a world when time seems...

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Can Boredom Be Beneficial?
Jona Padua, Staff Writer • December 6, 2021

Psi Beta, also known as the Psychology club, cracked the code of how boredom can work in your favor.  The club began the Boredom Project in March 2021 and finished in...

The Importance and Influence of Black Hair Identity
The Importance and Influence of Black Hair Identity
Haley Battle, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021

Black hair has played an important role in Black and African-American identity and has been through varying changes throughout history. Professor Shannon Johnson who is a...

Zoom Discussion on the Book
The Controversy on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Johnny Chirayil, Social Media Editor • December 6, 2021

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian is a famous novel written by Sherman Alexie, a Spokane-Coeur d'Alene-Native American novelist. It is a New York Times bestseller...

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A Century of Radio
Eva Koureta, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021

This winter, the Museum of Broadcast Communications is hosting an exhibition to celebrate 100 years of radio.  The idea of radio as entertainment emerged in 1920 with...

Genesis Concert Review
Genesis Concert Review
Cody Wagner, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021

The notorious prog rock band known as “Genesis” kicked off their North America 2021-2022 Last Domino Tour for two nights on Nov.15 and 16 at the United Center in Chicago,...

  • Virtual Event - Math 1100 Final Exam Review Session December 9, 2021
    During this review session, an instructor will work with students on a set of review exercises covering the entire syllabus of the course.Students registering for a review session will be...
  • Campus Tour December 8, 2021
    Prospective students and their parents are invited to tour our campus and facilities.
  • Math 0481 Final Exam Review Session December 8, 2021
    This session is being offered simultaneously in-person and via Zoom.During this review session, an instructor will work with students on a set of review exercises covering the entire syllabus...
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