An adjunct faculty member at Harper College has been tapped as one of "15 Noteworthy Art Professors in Chicago" by the Art Career Project.
Harper's Small Business Development Center will hold a free seminar to show businesses how to run an effective Facebook marketing campaign.
Harper College will mark this year's Banned Books Week with a series of lectures that highlight the value of free and open access to information.
Between a full class load, the cross country and track teams, volunteering and a leadership role in student government, Marisa Andreuccetti has become pretty adept at time management. So, despite her already full schedule, she didn't hesitate to step in as Harper College's new Student Trustee.
With former Cirque du Soleil electric violinist and Harper College faculty member Edgar Gabriel at the helm, StringFusion is a dynamic ensemble. The group will perform at Harper on Friday night.
One Million Degrees, which empowers low-income, highly motivated community college students to succeed in school, in work and in life, has welcomed its first class of Harper scholars.
The Illinois Small Business Development Center at Harper College has revamped its Small Business Marketing Boot Camp, a series of classes that teach key marketing fundamentals with practical applications.
One of Harper College's longest-standing traditions is Hullabaloo, an annual back-to-class expo for students. This year's event will be the biggest yet.
Associate Professor Jessica Walsh is writing a poem a day throughout September for the 30/30 Project, a poetry awareness initiative that benefits the nonprofit Tupelo Press.
Summer may be winding down, but Harper College is still offering front-row seats for some blockbuster celestial shows. Through mid-November, the College will host close-up viewings of the night sky at the Karl G. Henize Observatory.
Harper College featured on WGN-TV.
PALATINE, IL – For the past five-plus years, landing that first job has been complicated by the economy, mountains of student load debt, unpaid internships, older workers not retiring and kids moving back home. WGN-TV’s Lourdes Duarte reports on the first job detours many 20-somethings and their families are taking, and how they’re adapting. Harper students Andrew Castro and Andrea Zito share their stories.
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