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Rooftop: Second Nature -- Photo Exhibit Opens in RU's Gage Gallery on Feb. 9th

Photographs by Brad Temkin
February 9 – May 6, 2017

Opening reception and talk by Brad Temkin
Thursday, February 9th, 5-7 p.m.

Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery… 507 more words


Eleanor Roosevelt

To kick things off we’re going to start by writing about one of my favorite famous ladies, Eleanor Roosevelt. As we go through American history we learn a lot about the Roosevelts, but there is one extremely influential Roosevelt who gets less coverage. 647 more words

Eleanor Roosevelt

A Skillful Concoction of History Landed Trump in the White House

The 1896 and 1900 Elections and Donald Trump

On the 9th of July 1896, William Jennings Bryan gave the powerful speech… 1,215 more words

1896 US Elections

An Historical Reminder

On the eve of the Presidential Inauguration, I felt it necessary to share a speech that I came across while researching my foreword for our Alaska Highway Coffee Table book. 2,796 more words

BASKETBALL: The Step Brothers Fab 15 (1-17-17)

Roosevelt sits atop the Step Brothers Fab 15 boys basketball rankings after winning 81-73 in the head-to-head showdown with Centennial in the Big VIII League. 47 more words

Talkin' Trash (and Makin' Compost) at RU

It’s official — the 8th floor of the Auditorium Building (or, “AUD 8” for short) is now the coolest floor on Roosevelt’s Chicago Campus. Why, you may ask? 364 more words


Living [Through] History

“History repeats itself.  First as tragedy, second as farce.” – Karl Marx

“That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all lessons that history has to teach.” –  1,496 more words