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COD Presents Free Virtual Music Fridays Throughout the Semester

By: Mike McKissack

Free Music Fridays

The College of DuPage Music program will present free musical performances and discussions on Fridays this semester starting with a student recital on Jan. 29.

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Frank Napolitano Steps Down as Board Chairman to Serve as Trustee

By: Jennifer Duda

Frank Napolitano

College of DuPage Board Chairman Frank Napolitano is stepping down, opting to complete his term, which ends in April, as a trustee. With Napolitano’s resignation, Board Vice Chairman Christine Fenne assumes the role until the Board’s organizational meeting this spring, per state law and Board policy.

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New Philharmonic Presents 'A Night of Broadway and Opera'

By: Ann Fink

New Philharmonic

New Philharmonic, the professional orchestra in residence at the McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage, opens 2021 with “A Night of Broadway and Opera.” The concert is available on demand through Feb. 28.

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COD Participates in Glen Ellyn Series of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Talks

By: COD Newsroom

DEI

College of DuPage will join the Glen Ellyn Public Library, five other tax-funded organizations and seven nonprofits in Glen Ellyn for a series of community conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), formally known as the 2021 Glen Ellyn Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Project.

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Paralegal Studies Program Celebrates 10 Years of ABA Approval

By: Mike McKissack

Paralegal program

The Paralegal Studies program at College of DuPage this fall marked its 10-year anniversary of approval by the American Bar Association. COD is one of only 10 community colleges in Illinois with this designation.

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