College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Council

Feature Friday: Aero Cavalier

  EMAIL: ncavalier@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: Fall 2021 HOMETOWN: Grayslake, IL WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT: I liked that the campus was in downtown Chicago and how diverse the school is. MAJOR/MINOR: Psychology Major / Film Minor WHY YOU CHOSE THIS MAJOR/MINOR: I chose psychology as my major because I was interested in it and I…

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Chicago Museums

Top 10 Chicago Museums Chicago is home to a variety of museums that are dedicated to art, history, science, culture and everything in between. Come learn, experience, and explore all that Chicago has to offer. Many of the museums have free or discounted days and always make sure to ask about student discounts. Here are…

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Feature Friday: Phylicia Richardson

EMAIL: prichardson@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: May 2020 HOMETOWN: Miami, FL WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT: I wanted to attend an institution that valued social justice and allows you to apply your knowledge beyond the classroom. MAJOR/MINOR: Psychology/ Film Studies WHY YOU CHOSE THIS MAJOR/MINOR: I have always been interested in learning about people and why they…

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Changing Majors

Changing majors can seem like a scary thought for many students, especially because there is a set idea that once you’re 20 years old, you have to have your life together. The reality is that everyone moves at a different pace, and changing your major might be a great idea for you! When I started…

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Feature Friday: Amiracle Williams-Anderson

EMAIL: awilliamsanderson@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: 2021 HOMETOWN: Chicago, IL WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT: Roosevelt offers a lot of classes that other universities don’t. Also, it incorporates the city and what it has to offer into the education, which is really unique and cool. MAJOR/MINOR: Psychology WHY YOU CHOSE THIS MAJOR/MINOR: I became interested in Psychology…

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Feature Friday: Callie Barnum

EMAIL: cbarnum@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: June 2020 HOMETOWN: Lansing, IL WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT: I chose Roosevelt because it is located in Chicago and I love the city! Roosevelt was one of the few schools in Illinois that offered a Bachelor’s in Radiography. Another reason I chose it was because of the small class sizes….

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Summer in Chicago

My name is Mia Johnson, I am a first-year student in the PsyD Clinical Psychology program. When I first moved to Chicago last summer, I was overwhelmed by the amount of excitement that happens during this time of the year. Here are 7 ideas to get you started for your summer fun in Chicago: Soak…

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Feature Friday: Sharese Scott

NAME: Sharese Scott EMAIL: sscott19@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: May 2020 HOMETOWN: Chicago WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT: Athletics MAJOR/MINOR: Major Psychology WHY YOU CHOSE THIS MAJOR/MINOR: To learn more about myself and others being able to help. DREAM JOB AND WHY: Nurse Practitioner. I like helping people out. EXTRACURRICULARS (CLUBS, ORGS, JOBS, INTERNSHIPS, VOLUNTEER WORK, ETC.):…

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How To Find Summer Internships and Research Opportunities

Start Searching Early Some internships and summer research opportunities open their applications as early as November. Websites such as internships.com focus on finding internships and is a great place to start. The Big Ten Academic Alliance has a Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) that allows you to enhance your academic and research skills by working…

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Feature Friday: Ellie Kurt

NAME: Ellie Kurt EMAIL: ekurt@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: December 2021 HOMETOWN: Valparaiso, IN WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT: It is near my family and it was affordable MAJOR/MINOR: History Major Fine Arts Minor WHY YOU CHOSE THIS MAJOR/MINOR: I love Art and History. DREAM JOB AND WHY: History Professor, I want to teach empathy through history,…

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#TipTuesday: Coffee Shops

The 5 Most Interesting Coffee Shops in Chicago By Kaylin Evans   Whether you’re a coffee fiend like myself, want an introvert friendly hangout place, or you just can’t get work done without your cat crawling onto your laptop, then you may be in the market for a new coffee shop. And while downtown and…

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Feature Friday: Nicola Hannigan

NAME:  Nicola Hannigan EMAIL:  nhannigan@mail.roosevelt.edu ANTICIPATED GRADUATION DATE: Spring 2021 HOMETOWN: Chicago WHY YOU CHOSE ROOSEVELT:  best price, best location, great program for me. MAJOR/MINOR: Biochemistry/Psychology/Neuroscience WHY YOU CHOSE THIS MAJOR/MINOR: everything I study is preparing me to go into medical school, I am passionate about every subject I study. DREAM JOB AND WHY: Neurologist…

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