Talk:Lake Forest, Illinois

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who are these people???

I will remove them, its problably vanity --Pkperson 23:56, 15 November 2005 (UTC)


While I agree that Barat College has been closed since the summer of 2005, the business school is still open. I will make the change to delete Barat College, but keep the link to the business school. Patken4 00:26, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

User: is saying that the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management does not exist. Considering that I attend the school, I think I know it exists. Please provide links saying the school does not exist. If they still insist on deleting the link, or otherwise graffiting the page, please consider appropriate actions. Patken4 17:08, 8 January 2006 (UTC)


I'm 90% sure Russell B. Weinberg doesn't exist and didn't found Lake Forest. I live here and have never heard of him and can't find a single thing on him. I'm pretty sure it's just a reference to the Justice Bradley Russell Weinberger that's listed below (the founders name was Bradley R Weinberger for awhile). I'm not even sure Bradley Russell Weinberger, considering I know someone with at least the same first and last names at Lake Forest High School who seems like the type to put his name in here for vanity...

I am 100% sure that you are correct. I also know a Bradley Weinberger who would do such a thing.

You are correct Bradley "Weinburglar" Weinberger is a fake! —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 04:48, 17 September 2007 (UTC)

I Removed the Red Links[edit]

I got rid of all o' them. --BLuToRsE 12:41, 27 September 2006 (UTC)

Mistake! Red links serve an important purpose on Wikipedia. Get rid of one by creating an article. This should have been reverted in 2006! rags (talk) 12:11, 24 May 2018 (UTC)

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I feel the term "WASP elite" in the third paragraph of the history section is racist, offensive, and a violation of Wikipedia:Neutral point of view. Eric Cable  !  Talk  16:23, 8 November 2017 (UTC)


The fact that the city was one of the last municipalities to have a segregation law is mentioned in the opening, then in the history section, is only mentioned in regards to it being "intended as a form of protection." This certainly makes the article seem to endorse said POV