College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

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“I Think We’re Alone Now” – Connections and Contradictions in Erin Washington’s Art

Erin Washington’s exhibit at the Cleve Carney Museum of Art is designed to make you think, laugh, then think again.
Khadijah Rashid, Staff Writer
October 10, 2022
Photo by Juliana Martinez

Alebrijes: Creatures of a Dream World

Cantigny Park is displaying a collection of sculptures that are inspired by Mexican folk art.
Juliana Martinez, Staff Writer
July 18, 2022
Provided by COD Art Department

Get Inspired At The Student Art And Design Showcase

As the semester comes to an end, the MAC invites the public to spend an evening to relax, destress and celebrate students’ work.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
May 16, 2022
Graphic by Zainab Imam

What is Prairie Light Review, and How it Can Make You Famous

The deadline for COD’s literary arts journal is coming quickly, and students have the opportunity to have their works published and win a $500 scholarship.
Bee Bishop, Staff Writer
February 21, 2022
Spoken-word Artist Encourages Activism 

Spoken-word Artist Encourages Activism 

Keynote speaker at the ¡Ya es el Tiempo! event, Denice Frohman, discusses the importance of activism with Elgin City Councilmen, Tish Powell and Baldemar Lopez, for Latinx Heritage Month.
Nicole Littlefield, Managing Editor
September 28, 2020
The Elgin Symphony Orchestra performed pieces from Richard Wagners The Ring on Nov. 2. at the Hemmens Cultural Center, Elgin. As part of their Inside The Music With Andrew Grams And The ESO program, Grams broke down the vivid imagery behind Wagners fantastical epic drama based loosely upon ancient Norse sagas

Why college students should listen to classical music

A discussion with Elgin Symphony Orchestra music director Andrew Grams
Joey Weslo, General Assignment Reporter
November 15, 2018
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