The Courier

In 1967, College of DuPage was established, despite the lack of a campus. In the very same year, student journalists launched The Courier, a weekly newspaper covering COD through exceptional writing, quality photography, in-depth research and visually appealing design.

Ever since, The Courier’s mission has been to ethically, accurately and efficiently report, promote, and explain school and community issues, as well as analyze their impact on the student body. While the times have changed, we remain dedicated in telling the stories of the students, staff and community members that make COD the school it is today.

The COD Library is in the process of digitizing past issues of The Courier. This is an ongoing project, and past issues will be posted as they are prepared for online publication. Please visit the Courier's website for the current issue.

Current Issue: Volume 29, Issue 27 (1996)

Issue Highlights


Proposal Passed Giving Part-Time Teachers Voice Mail

Board Policy Proposed For Telephone Monitoring

College Working To Better Serve Handicapped Students

College Bowl Team Finishes Year Fourth In State Competition

Prairie Light Review Develops By-Laws

Arts Center Supports Education With Large Budget

American Ballet Theatre To Perform

‘WinnieThe Pooh’ To Highlight Arts Center's Summer Line-Up

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble To Perform ‘Quitters’

Golf Team’s Wait Is Over, Leaves For Nationals

Track Coach Resigns Position With Questions Unanswered


Georgia Chelios

Eric Cross

Ron Ottoson



The Courier, Volume 29, Issue 27, June 7, 1996
The Courier, College of DuPage

Editorial Staff

Editor In Chief
Chris LaFortune
Features Editor
Andy Beier
Sports Editor
Brian Bradley
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Vicki VandenBos
Photo Editor
Bill Griffin
Art Director
Neil Huffman
Advertising Manager
Joanna Del Gallo
Courier Advisor
Catherine M. Stablein

Contact The Courier staff at: https://codcourier.org/about