2018 marks 50 years since 1968, a landmark period that transformed the United States and one whose issues the nation still reckons with today, such as civil rights, war, human rights and youth culture.
The third annual American Dream Reconsidered Conference was held Sept. 10–14, 2018, headlined by keynote addresses from Eric Holder, the 82nd Attorney General of the United States, and hip-hop artist and actor, Common.
President Ali R. Malekzadeh reflects on Roosevelt University’s recent milestones.
The reopening of Roosevelt’s Gage Gallery in October featured never-before-seen works of acclaimed photographer Steve Schapiro, with large displays of rare contact sheets that captured the spirit of the Civil Rights Movement.
Dr. Carla Hayden discussed her career achievements and advocacy for library technology.
Transgender honors student Beckett Costello shares his unique journey of self-discovery.