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COD Hosts African American Read-In

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For more than 20 years College of DuPage has made reading and writing part of it’s celebration of Black History Month. This week, COD renewed that tradition with the African American Read-In. First Light host Brian O’Keefe attended the event for this story

College of DuPage interim President Dr. Brian Caputo read from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech as part of the annual African American Read-In

College of DuPage interim President Dr. Brian Caputo read from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech as part of the annual African American Read-In

COD Celebrates Veterans With Annual Read-In

College of DuPage student and veteran Rich Ryan recounted his memory of service during the 2017 Veterans Day Read-In

College of DuPage student and veteran Rich Ryan recounted his memory of service during the 2017 Veterans Day Read-In

Next Sunday, the nation will remember and honor those who have served; and a week from tomorrow College of DuPage will host what has become a Veteran’s Day tradition. The Veterans Day Read-In invites students, faculty, staff, and community members to read from letters, poems and books that celebrate service. First Light host Brian O’Keefe talked with COD English Professor Bob Hazard. Hazard is one of the coordinators of the Veteran’s Day Read-In.

Members of the College of DuPage community listened to readers during the 2017 Veterans Day Read-In

Members of the College of DuPage community listened to readers during the 2017 Veterans Day Read-In