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Usher in spring with the annual Noteworthy Festival, which starts the week of May 6, at Oakton Community College's Des Plaines campus.
Attend a free information session about radiologic technology on May 6, at Oakton Community College.
Oakton Community College’s Koehnline Museum of Art will host the free exhibition 'Faces Behind the Truth: The Mirrors of Charles Szymkowicz' starting May 9.
Oakton Community College sophomore and Skokie resident Hollie Wagner is one of only 73 scholars nationwide to receive the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
Jason Moon, a veteran of the Iraq War, explores the serious condition of PTSD at a free performance, 4– 5:30 p.m., Monday, April 22, at Oakton Community College.
Explore the relationship between social justice issues, music, film, the visual arts, and more, Saturday, April 13, at Oakton Community College.
Arts & Entertainment
Oakton Community College hosts the 26th Modern Language Film Fest, April 1 – 4.
In the latest NJCAA Division II Top 20 National Baseball Poll released on February 27, Oakton’s baseball team (4-0) checks in at No. 18.
Attend the conference 'Futuristic Feminism: Visionary Perspectives Across the Disciplines,' Friday, March 22, at Oakton Community College.
Art students and faculty from Oakton Community College will showcase their ecologically-themed works at 'The Nature Project' starting, March 8, at the Brickton Art Center in Park Ridge.
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