By Joelle Tatter email@example.com It’s that time of year again when posters for things to do at very end of the year are plastered on walls, when the library is open for longer hours than normal and when every floor… Read More ›
Month: April 2014
CRIME BLOTTER: CHICAGO COLLEGES By Latricia Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org The Roosevelt University Torch Crime Blotter includes coverage of incidents having occurred within the perimeters of Chicago’s North and South Loop college campuses. Incidents having occurred on or near University of Chicago… Read More ›
By Shawn Gakhal email@example.com Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Transit Authority announced plans to renovate the Red Line, according to an April 17 CTA press release.
By Steve Deku firstname.lastname@example.org Elizabeth Elie, also known by her rap alias “Lizzie G,” is an up-and-coming rapper in Chicago who is also an integrated marketing communication graduate student at Roosevelt University. The Torch interviewed Elie on how she started… Read More ›
By Samantha Reid email@example.com At the beginning of this academic year, committees composed of Roosevelt University faculty, staff and students took to the task of improving the first-year student experience. Partnering with the Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education,… Read More ›