News Feed - Stacked (Snippets/Thumbnails)

To add news stories to your page, click on the Components icon in the page editor toolbar (the icon looks like an atom diagram). Choose News Feed - Stacked, then enter the keyword(s) of the articles you want to pull. Note that the posts will also need to be tagged with the same keyword. In the example below is pulling posts tagged as "alumni-spotlight". You can add more than one keyword, separated by commas (no spaces).

Next select the location of the source blog (where the posts were originally posted). In the case below, posts are being pulled from the Foundation blog at harpercollege.edu/foundation/stories.

For format, choose Snippets and Thumbnails.

Finally, select the number of entries you want to appear on the page.

Snippets and Thumbnails Example

Dr. Christopher J. Schneider and Dr. Stacey Hannem

Distinguished Alumnus Dr. Christopher J. Schneider and co-author Dr. Stacey Hannem will discuss their new book ‘Defining Sexual Misconduct’ at Harper College on April 13. Read More

Randal Allen

Harper College helped Randal Allen turn his life around. The scientist, professor and donor is dedicated to helping others gain new opportunities via scholarships. Read More

Maria Vargas Paralegal Studies

Maria Vargas received her law degree in Mexico. After becoming a U.S. citizen, she earned her paralegal certification at Harper College to work in immigration law. Read More

Illini Solar Car

Harper College alum Tim Damisch is president of the Illini Solar Car Team, which will compete this summer in the American Solar Challenge. Read More

Alumni from left: Ahmed Akinyele, Suliat Akinyele and Veronica Naranjo.

When Veronica Naranjo moved to the Chicago area from Colombia in 2006, she had a college degree but she didn’t speak much English and wasn’t certain about her first steps in her new country. After exploring area colleges, she enrolled in the ESL program at Harper College. Once at Harper, she quickly found that the program provided so much more than the language skills she wanted to improve. Read More

Last Updated: 6/13/22