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21May2012

Chicago Hosts NATO

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Chicago will finish hosting the 2012 NATO Summit today. As an institution that values international dialogue and takes pride in serving as a leader in reaching out to students across the globe, SOLEX congratulates Chicago on a job well done! The 2012 NATO Summit marked the first occasion that the summit took place outside Washington D.C. when being held in the United States. Over three dozen nations sent representatives to McCormick Place for the 2 day event which runs from May 20-21, 2012.

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29Mar2012

Lollapalooza Line Up Around The Corner

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The official line up for Lollapalooza, Chicago’s premier music festival, will be revealed in early April. Three day early bird passes are currently available for the discounted price of $200.00 direct from lollapalooza.com. The festival will take place August 3-5, 2012 in Chicago’s Grant Park.

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23Aug2011

Books to be Replaced with Facebooks

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Technology has taken the driver seat in terms of furthering education. No longer are books revered as the treasure chest of information. Children are exposed at a very early age to the benefits and pitfalls of digital content. A recent study conducted by a British literacy charity has found the influence of technology on children's reading habits to be startling. "Schoolchildren are significantly more likely to be exposed to mobile phones and computers in the home than novels, according to researchers. They also found that reading frequency declined sharply with age, with 14 to 16 year–olds being more than 10 times as likely to avoid books altogether as those in primary education."

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