College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

Noah McBrien, Staff Writer

Content by Noah McBrien
Graphic by Misbah Kaludi

My First Vegan Thanksgiving

November 21, 2022

Before this thanksgiving, I tried going vegan, and since then I haven't looked back. That’s not to say it’s been easy. I’ve had to scrape the cheese off of a slice of pizza. I had to decline an...

Graphic by Misbah Kaludi

How Should We Treat the Animals We Eat? – Animal Welfare Club Weighs In

November 14, 2022

An open-to-all screening of the film “At the Fork,” a heart-felt documentary about the animal agriculture industry, was hosted by COD Students for Animal Welfare as their first event of the fall semester...

Graphic by Zainab Imam

COD Professor Addresses Immigration Misconceptions

November 7, 2022

Robert Moorehead, an associate professor of sociology at COD, dispelled long standing falsehoods about people who immigrate to the United States. As part of a presentation Moorehead gave last Wednesday,...

Photo by Danny Olivares

My Vote, My Voice, My Right: A March in Downtown Naperville

October 24, 2022

Gathered at Naperville's Fredenhagen Park, a group of organizers talked amongst themselves and got ready for a march. The march would begin in less than an hour and go through downtown Naperville. The...

A Perspective on Abortion in Illinois

A Perspective on Abortion in Illinois

October 10, 2022

A pregnant mother was traveling with her child from Indiana to Illinois. Her destination was a health center in Flossmoor. Once there, she realized she was too far long for what the health center offered. At...

Photo by Elizabeth Barbosa

COD Student Veteran Talked About Mental Health Journey

September 26, 2022

This month was Suicide Prevention Month. During this time, COD hosted Burpees, BBQ, and Mental Health, an event centered around promoting the mental health and physical well-being of all students, including...

Photo by Elizabeth Barbosa

COD Students Support Cancer Patients

September 19, 2022

This past week was Chaparral Week which hosted events for COD students. Among the events was a volunteering event hosted by Phil's Friends. At it, students gathered to make blankets for chronically ill...

Are Online Courses Worth Taking? Heres How Students Feel.

Are Online Courses Worth Taking? Here’s How Students Feel.

September 5, 2022

COD-bound high school students were shut in by the pandemic while in high school and are now recovering from years of taking online courses. Mia Cheaure is one of those students. Cheaure is a first-year...

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