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Sustainability at the Field Museum: SUST Major Laura Miller Hill Reports on Her Summer Internship

During the summer of 2015, several Roosevelt University students majoring in Sustainability Studies have been doing internships or pursuing study abroad opportunities in various locales around the world, from Chicago to Hawaii and from Schaumburg to Scandinavia. 815 more words


Build it and They Will Come

IF you can visualize it, then it’s not really an illusion …

Running on a treadmill sucks … the only thing, and I do mean the ONLY thing that makes it doable is that I have become a card carrying member of Roosevelt’s, “If you build it they will come,” club. 348 more words


7-12 Medora, ND Theodore Roosevelt National Park

7-12 Medora, ND – Theodore Roosevelt National Park

We woke up at first light in the field outside of Fargo to cows mooing in the distance. 1,695 more words


The Daily Record: Roosevelt lauds Chautauqua as ‘typical of America at its best’

In his book The Story of Chautauqua, Jesse Hurlbut wrote, “The notable event in the Assembly of 1905 was the fourth visit of Theodore Roosevelt. He was the President of the United States, not now by succession, but by direct vote of the people, for his first term, after the death of Mr. 956 more words


RU Sustainability Efforts Profiled in Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and ChicagoInno Articles

Roosevelt’s sustainability efforts, plans, and accomplishments have been getting a good amount of positive press lately in the wake of the university’s releasing its first Strategic Sustainability Plan in June. 137 more words


A Matterhorn Honeymoon

Continuing on the theme of the Matterhorn from earlier this week, Teddy Roosevelt asks “what’d you do on your honeymoon?”

Because he climbed the Matterhorn. 290 more words