College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

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Physical Books, E-Books or Audiobooks: Which is Better?

Different mediums of reading provide many benefits to college students as well as downsides.
Areej Khalid, Staff Writer
April 8, 2024
India Johnsons Artist Talk to photography and art students.

The Power of Community Artists

As Artist in Residence this semester, India Johnson examines the flexibility of homemade art forms and the importance of supporting local artists.
Mariyam Syed, Managing Editor
October 2, 2023
Official cover art of Norton Critical Edition of Ethan Frome.

The Intricacies of “Ethan Frome”

In her novel “Ethan Frome,” Edith Wharton crafts a work with realistic characters, a complex plot and hidden themes that make the short book a worthwhile read.
Sarah Kueking, Managing Editor
April 24, 2023
Graphic by Khadijah Rashid

Books That “Get” Girl Stuff

In honor of Women’s History Month, these books by women depict and unpack female experiences.
Khadijah Rashid, Staff Writer
March 20, 2023
Teaser | Percy Jackson and the Olympians | Disney+

“Look, I Didn’t Want to Be a Half-Blood.” – The Second Chance Percy Jackson Deserves

Nine years after the failure of the film series, a Percy Jackson TV adaptation is on its way to Disney+.
Khadijah Rashid, Staff Writer
September 19, 2022
Big Nate on Nickelodeon & Paramount+

Opinion: Can Big Nate Make Nickelodeon Relevant Again?

Beloved children’s novel, “Big Nate,” makes its return as an animated series.
Johnny Chirayil, Social Media Editor
February 28, 2022
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous ©2021
Developed by Owlcat Games

A Fun Fall Awaits Fans of Fantasy

A golden age of high fantasy is upon us, so grab your gear as we delve into the latest media
John Moore, Managing Editor
September 26, 2021
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