Disability Doesn't Stop Student From Graduating, Inspiring Others"I just want people to know yes they can push forward. When you think everything is in despair, just know you can find a light even in despair."
Student Sexually Assaulted At Roosevelt University DormThe 18-year-old girl was sexually assaulted about 3 a.m. at the Wabash Building Residence Hall in the 400 block of South Wabash.
Roosevelt University Receives $25M Donation, Its Largest EverRoosevelt University announced Monday that it has received a $25 million donation, the largest in the school’s 71-year history.
Chicago Political Analyst, Professor Paul Green Dies at 73His latest publications, co-authored with Mel Holli, are entitled World War II Chicago and The Mayors: The Chicago Political Tradition, 3rd edition.
Ex-Gang Member’s Graduation From Roosevelt University Decades In The MakingRodney Wilson at 41 is not your typical college graduate.
Chicago Students Want Eleanor Roosevelt On $20 BillThe student government group at Roosevelt University has launched a campaign to get a former First Lady’s face on the $20 bill.
Man Charged With Starting Trash-Can Fire At Roosevelt UniversityA Lincoln Park man is facing arson charges for allegedly setting a trash can on fire at Roosevelt University.
Chicago Criminal Justice Educator Offers Insight Into Career OptionsCriminal Justice degrees aren't solely for those seeking a career in law enforcement. Keith Atterberry, offers some insight into how to succeed as a criminal justice educator.
Criminal Justice Professor Uses Degree To Serve The Chicago CommunityAndrew Fox, chief administrative law judge and criminal justice professor at Rooselvelt and Kaplan Universities, is proof that formal education can help open new career opportunities in the field.
Chicago Educator Advocates For Social Justice In The Justice SystemAdvocating social justice isn't just a responsibility for those in law enforcement. LaDonna Long shows how she has used her background to educate others.
Study: Police Still Arresting -- Not Writing Tickets -- For Marijuana PossessionResearchers at Roosevelt University spent more than a year studying marijuana arrests across the state, why and where people are arrested and how much it costs.
An Education In Criminal Justice Has Benefited A Chicago Special AgentSome may think that getting a Criminal Justice degree is frivolous when hoping to obtain a career in law enforcement.
Study: School Closings Won't Help CPS StudentsA study by Chicago area university professors has found, if history is any guide, the Chicago Public Schools’ plan to close 53 schools will fail when all is said and done.
Meet The Man Behind Roosevelt's Athletics ProgramWhile many colleges are cutting back on sports, tiny Roosevelt University in the Loop is building an athletic program from the ground up in a big way.
Your Chicago: Daniel Smrokowski, Advocate For People With DisabilitiesDaniel Smrokowski has been a fixture on the radio at Roosevelt University in Chicago for roughly four years. CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.