College of DuPage: Images - June/July 2012

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There's always a lot happening at College of DuPage, and IMAGES! is a great way to keep up with it all. IMAGES! is a television news magazine program produced monthly by College of DuPage's Multimedia Services. Each episode is packed with stories about our dynamic community. People, places, events, important information... IMAGES! is an informative and entertaining way to keep your finger on the pulse of all of the exciting things that are happening at COD. Faculty, staff, students and members of the community have enjoyed IMAGES! programming for 25 years. The program airs on WDCB-TV , local cable or you can view streaming video of IMAGES! on demand by visiting our streaming site. Check it out (the link will take you outside of the WDCB-TV website). This Month on IMAGES! We'll celebrate achievement with the graduates of 2012... For many students the end of the spring term means more than just the start of summer break. Students completing their studies to earn a degree or certificate at College of DuPage celebrate this milestone at the annual commencement ceremony, taking the stage to clench their well-earned diplomas. Join us in congratulating the graduating class of 2012. ... Architecture students continue to build "green" with Habitat for Humanity... Continuing a partnership with DuPage Habitat for Humanity, Architecture and Construction Management students enrolled in an innovative COD class called "Sustainable Design Initiatives" work with industry professionals in planning and building efficient and sustainable projects. ... and portraits of schoolchildren past and present help commemorate 100 years... College of DuPage art students capture tradition and heritage in paintings to help a Chicago elementary school celebrate its 100th anniversary. Plus... meet the Outstanding Graduates of 2012. All this and more in this edition of Images! Guests on this months Images include David Carlin, Alexa Alianello, Chandrika Gopal, Dr. Robert L. Breuder, Jennifer Hereth, Eve Reed, Ken Marz, Marla Wheatland, Daniel Fleming, Luke Romanini, Mark Pearson, and Chris Brich.