College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

Student Masuda Moutushi and Days for Girls leaders stand by boxes of ninety-seven donation packages.

Donation Drive Against Period Poverty

COD service clubs and the Days for Girls international non-profit organization partnered up for a pads donation drive to empower girls with menstrual care.
Mariyam Syed, Managing Editor
February 26, 2024
Students gather and paint during the black history month art therapy session.

Photo Gallery: The Power of Art Therapy All Day Art Project

Guest professional artist Taharka Baraka joins students in making a series of murals highlighting African Americans and the Arts.
Rachel Wagner, Photographer
February 19, 2024
Strokes of Serenity: Art Therapy Event for Black History Month

Strokes of Serenity: Art Therapy Event for Black History Month

COD students unwind through the power of creativity at this year’s art therapy session.
Areej Khalid, Staff Writer
February 19, 2024
Phi Theta Kappa members in a  meeting, president Ty Giardano and alum Nick Karmia at front. (Photo provided by Phi Theta Kappa)

Phi Theta Kappa Success Beyond The Scholarships

Best known for its transfer scholarships, Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society provides various academic and social experiences for students and alumni.
Mariyam Syed, Managing Editor
February 19, 2024
COD student Jennifer Jennings sings and plays the saxophone during the black history month opening ceremony.

Photo Gallery: COD Celebrates Black History Month in Opening Ceremony

The College of DuPage honors Black History Month with performances by students, the College of DuPage Chamber Singers and the Afrikan Dance and Music Institute.
Rachel Wagner, Photographer
February 12, 2024
(from left to right) COD president Brian Caputo, scholarship recipient Alexis DeAnna Collins-Harris, Elizabeth Gómez de la Casa and David Swope pose for a picture.

Scholarship Recipients Honor MLK’s Legacy

A student winner of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. annual scholarship discussed ways the scholarship funds will stimulate her academic journeys inspired by MLK’s enduring work.
Mariyam Syed, Managing Editor
February 12, 2024
Persevering to Preserve African Culture: A Celebration of Black History Month on Campus

Persevering to Preserve African Culture: A Celebration of Black History Month on Campus

Performers and audiences unite to commemorate the start of this year’s Black History Month.
Areej Khalid, Staff Writer
February 12, 2024
College of Dupage president Dr. Brian W. Caputo speaks during the ceremony.

Students and Faculty on Caputo’s Presidency: Perseverance-Driven Leadership

As Caputo’s presidency nears its conclusion, COD students and faculty reflect on his impact.
Areej Khalid, Staff Writer
February 5, 2024
Gathering to Celebrate African American Writers

Gathering to Celebrate African American Writers

COD is set to host its annual African American Read-In to help start its calendar of upcoming Black History events.
Bee Bishop, Editor-in-Chief
February 5, 2024
Members of the Chaparral Activities Board smile for a portrait.

Photo Gallery: CAB Welcomes Back Students

The COD Chaparral Activities Board hosts a series of activities for COD students the first week back from break.
Rachel Wagner, Photographer
January 29, 2024
COD Newsroom

Caputo’s Presidency in Retrospect: Prioritizing Achievement and Student Success

COD President Brian Caputo reflects on the achievements and memories he made as COD President prior to his forthcoming departure.
Areej Khalid, Staff Writer
January 29, 2024
The reception was a hit, food and drinks were available to guests and professors.

Photo Gallery: Wings Student Art Gallery Reception for “Generally Specific”

The Wings Art Gallery held the reception for ceramic students of Marina Kuchinski.
Elizabeth Barbosa, Photographer
December 14, 2023
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