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Students discuss hopes for American dream

by Dominic Gwinn, Staff Reporter

As part of its American Dream: Reconsidered conference, and in conjunction with the Roosevelt College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Council, Roosevelt students expressed their views in a discussion, “Millennials and the American Dream.” 505 more words

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The unknown facts about depression

By Allison Stapleton, Contributing Reporter

September is Suicide Awareness Month, and one of the leading causes of suicide is depression. The stigma against depression is what causes people to die by suicide, opposed to getting help. 463 more words

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River Line Development will shake up demographics of the South Loop

By David Villegas, Contributing Reporter

On Sept. 13, officials from the City of Chicago as well as business leaders from CMK Companies and Lend Lease broke ground on the start of construction of the new river line project. 372 more words

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Remembering Paul Green

By Lauren Grimaldi, Managing Editor and Adam Schalke, Staff Reporter

Paul Green, a professor of political science at Roosevelt University and a storied political commentator, died from an aortic aneurysm on Sept. 569 more words

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VIDEOS: TECNOLOGÍA: EL SUBLIMINATOR



El Sublimador ofrece una experiencia totalmente nueva para taponando y vaporización, está más allá de la vaporización.


MÁS ALLÁ de la VAPORISACIóN:

“Nos gusta describir a nosotros mismos como más allá de vaporización porque el Sublimador es un dispositivo de… 517 more words

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Unforgettable Movie Opening Scenes

Whether they’re introducing the main characters, or setting up the narrative, the film’s early moments are some of the most important. We all love a kick-ass opener, as they set the tone for the rest of the film and give us a sense of what’s to come. 324 more words

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