Save the Dates: Upcoming Events to Support Adler’s Game-Changing Centers & Institute Work
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Save the Dates: Upcoming Events to Support Adler’s Game-Changing Centers & Institute Work

Adler University is far from a typical higher education institution. In alignment with our mission of advancing global equity, we are committed to pursuing social change through service to communities, especially those with disenfranchised or marginalized populations. So, how do we go about that? In many ways, including through our centers and institute — expert-led … Continue reading »

Take Action: Grad Students’ Financial Aid Compromised by HR 4508
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Take Action: Grad Students’ Financial Aid Compromised by HR 4508

HR 4508 would make student loans less available to grad students, forcing many to borrow at a potentially higher cost and risk from the private loan market. Affected students are encouraged to contact their representatives and share their concerns. With financial aid for graduate students in the crosshairs, now is the time to act. Congress … Continue reading »

Illinois’ 5th District State Reps: Meet the Candidates, Attend Free Feb. 12 Forum
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Illinois’ 5th District State Reps: Meet the Candidates, Attend Free Feb. 12 Forum

Representatives from the League of Black Women and Equal-Vote Local are teaming up in advance of the March 20 primary election to ensure constituents have the knowledge they need to cast an informed ballot at the polls. At 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12, candidates vying for a seat in Illinois’ fifth state house district … Continue reading »

Artist Makeba Kedem-Dubose Makes ‘The Best of Blue’ During 8-Year Battle With Depression
Community / In The Classroom

Artist Makeba Kedem-Dubose Makes ‘The Best of Blue’ During 8-Year Battle With Depression

Even amidst seemingly insurmountable challenges, you have the power to achieve, grow and ultimately, triumph. At least that’s according to Chicago native and artist Makeba Kedem-Dubose. She did exactly that, she says, when she chronicled her eight-year journey through depression and created, “The Best of Blue: A Work in Progress.” The piece debuted this month on … Continue reading »