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Des Plaines
Thorn uses abstraction as a language to comment upon social and natural situations, while the material qualities of paint create journeys of visual exploration and invention.
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Oakton's 2015 Financial Aid Awareness Month provides students with the opportunity to learn about financial management and win cash in the money machine!
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Des Plaines
Introduction to Robotics for Girls Only: A special two-session workshop for girls (8 and older).
Des Plaines
STEM Careers: The Next Generation. Presented by Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, Ph.D.
Des Plaines
Explore why 17th century philosopher, Baruch Spinoza, received the harshest excommunication ever issued by the Amsterdam Portuguese-Jewish congregation.
des plaines, skokie
Operation Financial Success: A series of workshops, sponsored by the Enrollment Center.
Des Plaines
True story of Catherine and her young friends happy to be hired during the roaring 20s to paint watch faces at Radium Dial Company—until the radium they thought harmless exacts its price.
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Des Plaines
The 2015 Conference centers on how we support early growth, so that infants and toddlers thrive in the environments we create.
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des plaines, skokie
Smoking cessation support groups led by Marvin M. Bornschlegl, LCPC, CADC, CCJP.
des plaines, skokie
Travel the globe without leaving your seat through a dozen fascinating, highly rated films that showcase the wide range of languages offered by the College!
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Des Plaines
Humor and sincerity pepper this beautiful piece of theater about a small town and its eclectic citizens.
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Des Plaines
Hailed by critics from Vienna to Honolulu as “extraordinary,” “unique,” and “innovative.” A reception will follow the concerts.
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Des Plaines
To circumvent the racism of an affluent, segregated Boston suburb, an African-American couple enlist an Irish family to buy a house on their behalf.
Des Plaines
Join us for the a week-long celebration featuring Oakton’s talented student and faculty performers.
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newsImage
Des Plaines
Thorn uses abstraction as a language to comment upon social and natural situations, while the material qualities of paint create journeys of visual exploration and invention.
des plaines, skokie
Oakton's 2015 Financial Aid Awareness Month provides students with the opportunity to learn about financial management and win cash in the money machine!
newsImage
Des Plaines
Introduction to Robotics for Girls Only: A special two-session workshop for girls (8 and older).
Des Plaines
STEM Careers: The Next Generation. Presented by Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, Ph.D.
Des Plaines
Explore why 17th century philosopher, Baruch Spinoza, received the harshest excommunication ever issued by the Amsterdam Portuguese-Jewish congregation.
des plaines, skokie
Operation Financial Success: A series of workshops, sponsored by the Enrollment Center.
Des Plaines
True story of Catherine and her young friends happy to be hired during the roaring 20s to paint watch faces at Radium Dial Company—until the radium they thought harmless exacts its price.
newsImage
Des Plaines
The 2015 Conference centers on how we support early growth, so that infants and toddlers thrive in the environments we create.
newsImage
des plaines, skokie
Smoking cessation support groups led by Marvin M. Bornschlegl, LCPC, CADC, CCJP.
des plaines, skokie
Travel the globe without leaving your seat through a dozen fascinating, highly rated films that showcase the wide range of languages offered by the College!
newsImage
Des Plaines
Humor and sincerity pepper this beautiful piece of theater about a small town and its eclectic citizens.
newsImage
Des Plaines
Hailed by critics from Vienna to Honolulu as “extraordinary,” “unique,” and “innovative.” A reception will follow the concerts.
newsImage
Des Plaines
To circumvent the racism of an affluent, segregated Boston suburb, an African-American couple enlist an Irish family to buy a house on their behalf.
Des Plaines
Join us for the a week-long celebration featuring Oakton’s talented student and faculty performers.
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March 4, 2015
Keep your hands out of your pockets. Speak in a non-aggressive tone. The lives of African-American males are at risk every day. Angelyn Anderson, lecturer and student advisor, examines race relations in America, and how community dialogue can help. This event is sponsored by Oakton Community College Library as part of Voices of Race for Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township.
March 12, 2015
Join us for a book discussion about "The Pact." Book description: Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt grew up in Newark, facing temptations, pitfalls, even jail. But they made a promise that they would all become doctors. "The Pact," written by these men and Lisa Frazier Page, traces this difficult journey. This event is sponsored by Oakton Community College Library as part of Voices of Race for Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township.
March 25, 2015
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "Suddenly in the Depths of the Forest" by Amos Oz, part of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.
April 15, 2015
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "Friendly Fire: A Duet" by A.B. Yehoshua, part of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.
May 6, 2015
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "My Russian Grandmother and her American Vaccum Cleaner: a Family Memoir" by Meir Shalev, part of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.
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03-07-2015
Join us as we honor the first three years of life: the foundation for growth and learning that opens the door to tomorrow. Our 2015 Conference centers on how we support that early growth, so that infants and toddlers thrive in the environments we create.
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