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  • Spellman: Hawks' voice Foley gets place in Hall Nov 16, 2014 6:00 AM
    There are no guarantee that Pat Foley won't whip out the “Bannnnnerman” call Monday in Toronto when, after 31 years of calling Blackhawks games, he'll receive the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for broadcasting and finally take his place alongside the greats of the game in the Hockey Hall of Fame. But then again, you never know with the irascible native of Glenview.

     
  • Lake County 4-H Officer's Training 2014 Nov 14, 2014 3:33 PM
    Lake County 4-H Teens lead the annual officer training on November 11. Thirty five youth participated in a Parliamentary Procedure Jeopardy game created by Avni Patel, learned the importance of being a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer taught by Maddie Currie, Abby Daniels, Charlotte Roberts and parent volunteer Robbie Roberts.

     
  • Jewish scholar Steven Katz to trace origins of anti-semitism with Glencoe’s Aitz Hayim Nov 13, 2014 7:12 PM
    No ideas influenced the 20th century more than the application of the ideas of race and anti-Semitism. Professor Steven Katz, the distinguished head of the Eli Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies at Boston University, will explore how these ideas became so powerful and prevalent that they defined an entire century.

     
  • NAMI walk raises $1000,00 to help those with mental illness Nov 11, 2014 4:20 PM
    More than 600 people came with their dogs to NAMIWalks, a 5K walk sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness–Cook County North Suburban. The walk was on Saturday, Oct. 18., in Blue Star Memorial Woods, Glenview Woods, and Harms Woods in Glenview.

     
  • Cadwell’s Grille’s Seafood Boil Another Popular Dining Option From New Executive Chef Featuring ‘Octoberfest’ Craft Beer Nov 10, 2014 4:20 PM
    Cadwell’s Grille www.cadwellsgrille.com, 1445 Lake Cook Road, inside the award winning Embassy Suites in Deerfield, has introduced its special Friday night Seafood Boil. The Seafood Boil includes lobster tail, shrimp, crawfish, mussels, clams, Andouille, corn on the cob, red potatoes, and garlic crostini with a choice of steamed, spicy old bay or Revolution Octoberfest.

     
  • Pottery Sale and Ceramic Workshop at the College of Lake County Nov 10, 2014 4:14 PM
    The Community Clay Association at the College of Lake County will present two events in November: a workshop with artist Mark Pharis on Nov. 14 and 15 and a Pottery Sale on Nov. 20 and 21.

     
  • Cadwell’s Grille in Embassy Suites Deerfield Hosts November 11 Fund Raiser For Leukemia Research Foundation; Gourmet Buffet, Prizes Nov 10, 2014 3:42 PM
    Cadwell’s Grille www.cadwellsgrille.com, 1445 Lake Cook Road, inside the award winning Embassy Suites in Deerfield, hosts a fund raising event November 11 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on behalf of the Jessica Shayne Magid chapter of the Leukemia Research Foundation.

     
  • Music on Stage’s White Christmas Supports our Veterans Through OPERATION SNOWFLAKE Nov 10, 2014 7:45 AM
    Music on Stage’s White Christmas Supports our Veterans Through OPERATION SNOWFLAKE

     
  • Woodlands Academy to host open house Nov. 11 Nov 6, 2014 1:02 PM
    Learn about the dynamic educational experience at Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart during an open house Tuesday, Nov. 11.

     
  • St Stephen Culinaires present the 3rd Dinner in the series; Italian Dinner Nov 6, 2014 7:42 AM
    St Stephen Culinaires present the 3rd Dinner in the series; Italian Dinner

     
  • Turning materials into memories Nov 4, 2014 11:56 AM
    Turning Materials into Memories

     
  • Almost-free concert features NIU Steel Band Nov 4, 2014 11:49 AM
    Almost-free concert features NIU Steel Band

     
  • Reduce rat population, but keep pets safe Nov 4, 2014 6:01 AM
    A Glenview letter to the editor: There are media reports that the Chicago metropolitan region has one of the highest rat populations in the country. The city, county and nearby suburbs and counties concertedly need to proactively and effectively decrease rampant rodent overpopulation.

     
  • Nov. 14 to Dec. 14: CLC faculty art on display Nov 4, 2014 5:34 PM
    A large variety of visually sophisticated and conceptually engaging artwork created by College of Lake County full-time and adjunct art faculty members will be on display from Nov. 14 to Dec. 14 in the Robert T. Wright Community Gallery of Art at CLC.

     
  • History of Philosophy class offered by CLC Discovery Program Nov 4, 2014 5:33 PM
    Learn about the history of philosophy while tracing the ideas that have shaped western thought from ancient Greece to modern times.

     
  • Aurora cycle shop owner revs up for retirement Nov 3, 2014 5:14 AM
    Kukec's People features Bob Conley, a co-owner of Fox Valley Cycles in Aurora, talks about how the business has changed in more than 40 years and what he plans to do in retirement.

     
  • Hair Cuttery’s Share-a-Haircut program to benefit veterans Nov 3, 2014 9:49 PM
    This Veterans Day, Hair Cuttery, the largest family-owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, is giving back to former service men and women through its Share-a-Haircut program.

     
  • Classic Cinemas to honor veterans with free movie Nov. 11 Nov 3, 2014 4:02 PM
    Classic Cinemas will honor the nation's military veterans by inviting them to a free movie on Veterans Day on Tuesday, Nov. 11. The offer is open to all veterans who have served in any branch of the military. Veterans are asked to present their military IDs at the theater of their choice.

     
  • Suburban teen releases song/video for Chronic Pain Awareness Nov. 2 Oct 31, 2014 6:12 PM
    A local 14-year-old girl wrote, recorded and released a song on iTunes and a music video on YouTube to create awareness for reflex sympathetic dystrophy, also known as complex regional pain syndrome. The song, written by Danielle Stratton, is about her struggle with chronic pain over the last four years.

     
  • Chinese faculty study teaching methods at Benedictine Oct 31, 2014 4:56 PM
    Students aren’t the only ones who come from all over the world to study and learn at Benedictine University. This fall, 14 faculty members from Dalian Nationalities University (DNU) in China came to Benedictine for a certificate program in University Teaching that will allow them to enhance classes back home with fresh ideas, new content and innovative teaching styles. Throughout September and October, DNU faculty in English and Humanities, Journalism, Economics, Food Science and Mathematics attended classes led by Benedictine faculty members and observed their performance with students inside the classroom. They were also paired up with individual “faculty mentors” to reinforce concepts and discuss different approaches to teaching, textbooks and other strategies to help students learn more effectively. Victor Wang, an associate professor of history and international business at DNU, said he decided to participate in the fall exchange to further his knowledge of American History and English and learn new techniques for instructional delivery in his courses. “Learning more about the teaching methodology can help,” Wang said. “In China, we are supposed to lecture a lot. Sometimes the class can be as big as 150 students and that is such a big class that all you can do is give a lecture. Here you have smaller classes, and you can have a discussion and have an activity students can learn from. That’s fun and impressive because it really engages students and helps them apply their memory longer.” Other DNU faculty members said they were impressed with how Benedictine faculty were able to guide students in group discussion. “The most impressive thing to me is that teachers here can respond to everyone, no matter what the student’s answer is,” said Nicole Ning, a lecturer at DNU. “There are no wrong answers necessarily. It just means the students have to be very communicative and have the ability to express themselves, and the teacher has to be able to understand them and conduct them.” Vince Gaddis, Ph.D., professor of History at Benedictine, said the experience has helped to inform his own teaching in Global Studies courses at Benedictine. In one class in particular, Gaddis encouraged some DNU faculty members to answer student questions on economic development in China and the impact the country’s one-child policy might have on its future. “Having their perspective on those kinds of things is priceless,” Gaddis said. “It helps students, it helps me and it helps my teaching in the future when I go on to address this same subject. It’s always valuable to learn other perspectives, to learn and see how other folks teach, their different styles and what their different ways of teaching are.” This kind of exchange is one way Benedictine strives to keep the classroom interesting by providing faculty members with opportunities for professional development with an international perspective that helps keep them on the forefront of the latest trends and advances in academia. “Anytime you have scholarly and pedagogic exchanges with other colleagues in your field it’s bound to be valuable,” said Steven Day, Ph.D., an assistant professor of Chinese Language and Literature at Benedictine. “Being aware of other educational systems and cultures can certainly help our faculty better address our international student population and their specific needs. And, by adopting other practices to enrich our teaching, Benedictine faculty can also enhance the general educational experience for our students with an international dimension.” The visit was coordinated through Benedictine’s Global College, the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Education and Health Services, and the College of Science. Throughout the past five years, DNU has hosted similar international faculty seminars in China for visiting Benedictine faculty. This ongoing partnership helped lead to the exchange at Benedictine, said Alan Gorr, Ph.D., dean of Benedictine’s Global College. “This is the latest development in what has become a vast collaboration between our two universities,” Gorr said. “It has laid the groundwork for future cooperation in numerous areas and it has furthered our development as a global learning community.”

     
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