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.
The College’s chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was recognized for leadership development, membership activities and programs.
Art majors graduating in February will exhibit their final projects during the College's Fall Capstone Exhibition.
Running through December 13, the Fall Student Art Exhibition features everything from painting and drawing to graphic design and digital art.
As an artist and curator of Elmhurst’s acclaimed art collection, Suellen Rocca helped write an extraordinary chapter in the story of American art.
On November 19, Elmhurst College celebrated the First Amendment with a day of exhibits, discussions and other activities.
Jessica Mueller grew up dealing with the addictions of her parents. Now she helps teens at Chicago’s Mercy Home navigate their own crises.
On December 6, Elmhurst College presents two performances of the traditional festival of music and readings.
The College invites all members of the community to mark this national day of philanthropy by making a charitable gift on December 3.
On November 11, the candidate and state senator presented 'A New Direction for Illinois' as part of the College's Fixing Illinois lecture series.
From now until December 31, a group of generous Elmhurst College alumni is matching all scholarship gifts, dollar for dollar.
Rabbi Michael Balinsky presented the Abraham Joshua Heschel Lecture at Elmhurst College on November 4.
Elmhurst will provide a leadership role in a national effort to promote student engagement in democracy and civics.
John Garvey, president of Catholic University of America, spoke on November 1 about the cardinal's impact on educational institutions today.
On November 10, a panel of film critics and journalists discussed how the Chicago-based movie critic became a national cultural icon.
How an Elmhurst undergraduate found her professional calling as a social worker.