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From Sorrow to Triumphant Joy: The Art of David Bekker

During the Great Depression, David Bekker was a Works Progress Administration (WPA) artist in Chicago where he produced images of human suffering and painted murals in Illinois public buildings.
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Winter Break

Oakton Community College will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019 through Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020 for winter break.

Health Care Career Information Sessions

Students interested in pursuing a career in health care are invited to attend a free information session.

Oakton’s Nursing Program Ranked No. 5 in the State

Over the last five years, Oakton has averaged a first-time pass rate of approximately 92 percent on the NCLEX. In 2018, that passing rate was an all-time high of 99 percent.

Oakton Cross Country Runner Earns All-America Honors at Nationals

Souleya Ibrahim took 13th place in the 5K race with her time of 18:52. The freshman crossed the finish line ahead of more than 270 runners from across the country.

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From Sorrow to Triumphant Joy: The Art of David Bekker

David Bekker studied at the Antokolsky Art School in Russia, the Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem, Palestine, and the Academy of Fine Arts in Denver. During the Great Depression, he was a Works Progress Administration (WPA) artist in Chicago where he produced images of human suffering and painted murals in Illinois public buildings.