Elmhurst College brought four Japanese American students out of exile during World War II.
After surviving the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, missionary Patrick Bentrott ’02 has a renewed commitment to service.
Meet Lauren Williams, who is spending her Fulbright year in Thailand teaching English and creating artwork to promote HIV prevention.
Though his name is in lights, David Rasche ’66 retains the humility of a Midwest preacher’s son.
Anthony DeLuca’s experience running his family’s waste hauling business was good preparation for representing Chicago’s far south suburbs in Springfield.
August Molnar '49 started a foundation to celebrate Hungarian thought and culture.
Al Biancalana ’82 has never had a losing season, but wins aren’t all he’s after.