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School of Continuing Studies

Alumni returning to the Evanston campus can visit the new School of Continuing Studies administrative offices at the historic 405 Church St. mansion. The 1890s' house was once home to Chicago Post newspaper owner John Schaffer, who hosted such notables as Sir Thomas Lipton of Lipton Tea fame and humorist Will Rogers. In addition to the office space needed to accommodate the rapid growth of SCS programs, the new building also includes a first-floor classroom used by members of the Institute for Learning in Retirement and space for special events.

The SCS alumni magazine, Continuum, is back in publication, and the spring 2004 issue highlights the school's partnership with the Morton Arboretum to offer professional certificates in landscape design and management. The issue also includes a profile of 2003 Northwestern Alumni Association Merit Award recipient Louise Love (SCS76, G79, 84), associate provost of Roosevelt University in Chicago and former administrator in the School of Continuing Studies. To receive the latest issue and share their news, SCS alumni can e-mail continuum@northwestern.edu. Alumni can update their contact information online at www.alumni.northwestern.edu.

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