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

Content by Dominique Thomas
The Most Wonderful time of the Year: Pandemic edition

The Most Wonderful time of the Year: Pandemic edition

December 8, 2020

This Christmas will look a lot different than the past years, but that doesn’t mean the holiday spirit is gone for good! Here are some of the many ways to enjoy the holidays safely this year:   ...

Author Peggy Orentstein on Navigating the dating scene

Author Peggy Orentstein on Navigating the dating scene

November 24, 2020

Author Peggy Orenstein’s new book sheds light on navigating teen sexuality and relationships, along with anecdotes that help teenagers feel not alone and comfortable in their own situations. The book...

President Brian Caputo’s Virtual Town hall meeting

President Brian Caputo’s Virtual Town hall meeting

November 17, 2020

COD President Brian Caputo hosted a Town Hall meeting last week to address multiple concerns stemming from rising COVID-19 cases. But there’s good news in the short term for local taxpayers and students...

Education is power: How Jose Zelaya empowered his life

Education is power: How Jose Zelaya empowered his life

November 10, 2020

From homeless to a Ph.D., Jose Luis Zelaya shared his inspirational story in a virtual Zoom meeting for COD students last week. Zelaya grew up in one of the most dangerous cities in the world - San...

Social Media vs. The Election

Social Media vs. The Election

November 2, 2020

In past elections, there have been problems with social media platforms spreading misinformation about the polling process that has caused many complications for the people. In an attempt to prevent the...

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How to make the best of a pandemic

October 27, 2020

On March 13, 2020, news broke out of many schools being closed “temporarily” due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Since then, schools have been shut down and moved to a new way of classes: remote learning.    College...

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