At Roosevelt we don’t just have homecomings and stuffed animals, we also have great talks and events going on! Getting Paid to Create Change – Career and Graduate School Pathways Monday, November 5 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. at the Chicago Campus, Auditorium Building, room 426. The Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation is
Chicago is beautiful all year round, but it especially shines in the summer, with endless food and music festivals, music events, on-the-water activities and more. If you’re staying around the city this summer, here’s a list of things to do! #1 Movies in the Park Chicago has many, many parks and they all offer fun
Did you know that only about 27 percent of graduates find a job after graduation? Those that do find jobs say the one thing that helped them out was their internship experience. #1 Boost Your Resume via GIPHY Getting an internship is a great way to build your resume. Today’s job market is more competitive
The end of the semester came a lot faster than you thought it would. We get it, spring semester can be a stressful one, especially if you’re about to graduate or it’s your first year in college. But it’s totally fine, no need to freak out. Here are some tips to help you keep cool for when finals come around.
Social justice is more than just a buzzword to Roosevelt students — it’s a commitment to taking action and working to improve our communities every day. Here’s what social justice means to some of our students. Aster Simpson, junior, IMC “Equality for all — in terms of opportunities here at Roosevelt, I would say
Being a student comes with many perks, one of which is getting discounts at your favorite restaurants around the city. Here’s a list of places that give student discounts — don’t forget your student IDs when you’re out to eat!