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  • Music

    COD Offers New Music Degree and Certificate

    The new Music Business degree and Audio Production certificate at College of DuPage will prepare students for careers in the commercial music industry. Click on the headline for more information.

  • CDH simulation

    Central DuPage Hospital Stages Shooting Simulation

    Central DuPage Hospital recently organized an active shooter simulation at the Homeland Security Education Center. Eight paramedic students from CDH participated in the exercise, which included assistance from COD’s Police Department, DuPage Public Safety Communications, COD Emergency Medical Services students and the Mutual Aid Box Alarm System. Click on the headline for more photos and a video.

  • Kevin Willman

    COD's Kevin Willman Gives Back to WWII Vets

    College of DuPage Multimedia Services Producer and Director Kevin Willman (above, left) has donated his time and skills for the past three years volunteering for Honor Flight Chicago, an organization dedicated to celebrating and honoring WWII veterans. Click on the headline to read more.

  • ABBA Mania

    ABBA MANIA Wows the Crowd at Lakeside Pavilion

    Approximately 1,400 people turned out for a performance by ABBA MANIA as part of the Starlight Concert Series at the McAninch Arts Center. The free five-week season includes the Starlight Outdoor Movie Series on Thursday nights through Aug. 7, as well as the concert series on Friday evenings through Aug. 15. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Tim Kietzman

    COD Graduate Illustrates Children's Book

    College of DuPage graduate Tim Kietzman is sharing his passion for telling stories with pictures in “The Crack in the Sidewalk,” a new children’s book written by his mother, Laurel, and brought to life through his illustrations. Click on the headline to read more.

  • Travel and Tourism

    Dynamic Travel and Tourism Program Ready for Fall

    The former Travel, Tourism and Event Planning program has merged with Hospitality Management to create the Hospitality and Tourism program. While the Hospitality curriculum will remain intact, the travel and tourism component has been streamlined and will make its debut this fall. Click on the headline to read more.

  • American English

    Starlight Series Opener Draws Huge Crowds

    American English, the Beatles tribute band, draws a crowd of nearly 2,000 people as it opens the new Starlight Concert Series at the McAninch Arts Center's Lakeside Pavilion. The event was the first in a series of free concerts and movies to be held this summer at the new outdoor facility. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Ellen Briggs

    Former COD Student Receives NSF Fellowship

    Former College of DuPage student Ellen Briggs (above, right, in the Antarctic), a recent recipient of an esteemed National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship worth more than $30,000 per year over three years, has taken her studies from the confines of the classroom into the vast expanse of the world’s oceans. Click on the headline to read more. 

  • Colbie Caillat

    Colbie Caillat to Open 2014-2015 Season at the MAC

    Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-platinum selling recording artist Colbie Caillat opens the 2014-2015 Performance Series at the McAninch Arts Center. Caillat's concert at the MAC is one of only three Midwest stops during her recently announced 2014-2015 U.S. tour and the only stop in Illinois. Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, July 11, at noon. Click on the headline for more information.

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