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Posted in in Life in Chicago on 01 Jan 2017
Good bye 2016 and welcome 2017! We complied our best 2016 photos for this video on YouTube. It was a great year for SOLEX College and our students. Thank you for being a part of the journey!
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Cristina on 17 Nov 2016
The Chicago Riverwalk is a beautiful open pedestrian waterfront which is located in downtown Chicago. It stretches from Lake Shore Drive to Franklin street and it is referred to as "the second lakefront" of the city. You can walk along the Riverwalk and find numerous restaurants and bars, boat tours, kayak rentals, and other activities here.
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Cristina on 27 Oct 2016
The Chicago Cubs are a professional American baseball team which plays its home games at Wrigley Field, located on the North Side. Those of you who are in Chicago now must have recently seen tons of white flags with W on them everywhere in the city and around it. What does this flag symbolize and what does W stand for?
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 28 Sep 2016
'Adrenaline' was the first word that popped into my mind when students asked me to go to Six Flags Great America. People started to tell me how excited they were, that their hands were sweating just because they were thinking of how tall the roller coasters were or how fast they would go on them.
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 17 Aug 2016
No matter what day of the week it is or which beach you choose, during the whole summer you will see beach volleyball courts full of people having fun. And we are already here, playing volleyball every other Thursday!
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 07 Jul 2016
Sports are so important in Chicago. Chicagoans support and follow their teams so proudly, watching games either at the stadium or on TV is on the daily schedule of almost everybody here.
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 06 Jun 2016
At SOLEX College, we decided to go on our first picnic of the season, but this time, we thought we would do something different, something that would turn an ordinary day into a fantastic one.