College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

College of DuPage's Student Newspaper

The Courier

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
The Epidemic Of Abuse Against Native Women

The Epidemic Of Abuse Against Native Women

COD’s three-part webinar series, Native American Voices, had its second installment pertaining to the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls movement.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
May 9, 2022
Provided by Rex Howard Photography Pictured: Actors Lisa Dawn (far left), Robert Jordan Bailey (center left), Kelli Walker (center), Whitney Dottery (center right), and Ravi Kalani (far right)

Grab A Drink With BTE’s Production Of “Naperville”

Buffalo Theater Ensemble’s performance of “Naperville” brings a story of community to COD.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
May 2, 2022
What Does BLM Activism Look Like Across the Sea?

What Does BLM Activism Look Like Across the Sea?

Writer and Activist Baye McNeil spoke at COD’s 30th Annual Asia Symposium this past week to talk about his experience as an expat in Japan.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
April 21, 2022
Graphic provided by COD Pride Alliance

Get Your Dancing Shoes On, Gayla 2022 is Coming!

COD Pride Alliance hosts a second-chance prom for queer students for the first time since the pandemic.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
April 18, 2022
Photo by Bee Bishop. Pictured: Emcee Ariko Kaba

An Evening of Storytelling: How to Build a Better Writing Community

The Writers of COD club hosted their second event and welcomed participants to An Evening of Storytelling.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
April 11, 2022
Graphic by Zainab Imam

Learning about Trans Day of Visibility

March 31 marks Trans Day of Visibility, members of COD’s Pride Alliance detail what that actually means and how to better support that trans community year-round.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
March 20, 2022
Graphic by Zainab Imam
Pictured: Kaila Johnson (Top Left), Rachel Fernandez (Top Right), John Paris (Bottom Left), Joy Tiedemann and Nell-Lee Hawpetoss-Tiedmann (Bottom Right)

How Residential Schools Stripped Native Americans of Their Identities

COD launches its Native American Voices three-part webinar, starting with a lecture about residential schools and survivor experiences
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
March 14, 2022
Graphic by Zainab Imam

Myths, Monsters and Gods – COD’s New Club

Calling all mythology fans! The Greek Myth club is opening its door for COD students.
Bee Bishop, Managing Editor
March 7, 2022
Provided by COD Theatre Department
Pictured: Actors Alyson Meyers (far left); Nicholas Washington (center left); Monica Rosales (center right); Lilly Zuniga (far right)

Sit Down with COD’s Latest Theater Production

COD Theater’s production of The Dining Room is a great evening out and worth the trip to see.
Bee Bishop, Staff Writer
February 28, 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
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