VP for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty Alzada Tipton says students succeed when they are given the responsibility for their own learning.
President S. Alan Ray explains how the College’s commitment to faith, meaning and values prepares its students for a changing world.
Professor Judy Grimes talks about what her students learn when they teach music to Jamaican schoolchildren.
William Malpede '88 has hit all the right notes in a successful Hollywood musical career.
As the Mill’s season finale showcases the College’s popular theatre program, it also underscores the need for more rehearsal space.
As a student at Elmhurst, Bob Mills was taught the value of hard work and service to others.
Growing up listening to the legendary baseball announcer Harry Caray, David Wills wanted to follow in his footsteps. His dream became reality.
Ray Whitehead ’55 has led an adventurous life of international service, all of which began at Elmhurst College.
In the high-altitude Bolivian city of Sucre, Heidi Diaz and other students learn to put faith into action.
Meet three alumni who continued an Elmhurst tradition by dedicating their careers to serving society.
In working together to put on a show, you develop instant bonds. Bonds that can last a lifetime.
Three sisters, all Elmhurst alumnae, who gave up traditional nursing roles for the entreprenurial life.
By volunteering his time in the classroom, John Muszynski says thank you to the professor who nudged him toward a stint at McDonald's 30 years ago.
Lynda Floros Nadkarni teaches fine arts at Brook Park School in LaGrange Park and volunteers for several local organizations.
Elmhurst’s largest legacy family gathers on campus for reunion festivities and to raise funds in support of Elmhurst students.
Members of the Fifty-Year Club find common ground with current students during Homecoming Weekend.
Though his name is in lights, David Rasche ’66 retains the humility of a Midwest preacher’s son.
Faculty members Helga and Tony Noice talk about their research on the impact of acting lessons on cognitive performance in older adults.
Having taught at Elmhurst since 1995 and now the director of the Center for Business and Economics, Gary Wilson talks about preparing his students for a rapidly changing business world.
Elmhurst students retreated to a remote corner of Wisconsin to learn about Native American customs and rituals.
Beatriz Gómez Acuña, associate professor of Spanish at Elmhurst, discusses how she keeps her classroom lively and her students engaged.