In The Chronicle of Higher Education, President Ray reflects on "walking the walk" after Elmhurst adds a question about sexual identity to its application.
On the Chicago Public Radio program Eight Forty Eight, President Ray discusses the lasting legacy of alumnus Reinhold Niebuhr.
Shannon Sullivan will present the College's annual Women's History Month lecture on March 18.
As part of its yearlong World Music Series, Elmhurst's Department of Music presents the renowned string quartet in recital on March 15.
The funny, touching play by Wendy Wasserstein, winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award, opens March 13.
The March 12 event, hosted in partnership with SASED, will showcase education options and services for special education students.
Anthropologist and filmmaker Zareena Grewal will speak as part of Elmhurst College's al-Ghazali Intercultural Lecture Series on March 17.
All funds raised from the fifth annual benefit will go to support Elmhurst College scholarships.
The author and host of On Being with Krista Tippett spoke at Elmhurst on February 27 about science and the human spirit.
Professor and author Shaun Harper gave the Martin Luther King Intercultural Lecture at Elmhurst College on February 12.
On March 9, the journalist will discuss what he learned in a decade of research into the 1999 shootings at Columbine High.
Elmhurst College and Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare held a ‘wall-breaking’ ceremony to kick off construction of the state-of-the-art facility.
The digital entrepreneur will talk about the future of traditional journalism in a new-media world on March 6.
The exhibition, which opens on March 1, will feature drawings inspired by the College's particle accelerator.
The internationally acclaimed writer and scholar spoke at Elmhurst College on February 13.
The Elmhurst College campus will be open, and day and evening classes will be held, on Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
Elmhurst College awarded undergraduate and graduate degrees to 232 students on February 8, 2014.