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.
Health care leader Richard Blomquist and UCC General Minister Geoffrey Black will receive honorary degrees during the ceremony.
At the annual event on May 1, a special prize will go to the project that best captures the College's core value of stewardship.
On May 5, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart will talk about bringing change to the county's massive corrections system.
The award-winning novelist and playwright spoke at Elmhurst College on April 10.
Proceeds from the April 26 dog walk and fashion show will benefit area animal shelters.
Senior Dave Wolak was named to D3baseball.com’s Preseason All-America Team. Now he's aiming even higher.
The presidents of Elmhurst College, Wheaton College and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship will discuss 'Principled Pluralism' on April 29.
Elmhurst College will host a performance of the play on April 27 as part of its 24th Annual Holocaust Education Project.
From a chamber music academy to a jazz theory boot camp, Elmhurst offers a wealth of summer learning opportunities for musicians of all ages.
Elmhurst's fifth annual benefit celebrates student achievement and raises $320,000 to fund scholarships.
Summer classes at Elmhurst can help you finish your degree or explore something new—whether you’re an Elmhurst student or not.
The Louisiana State University professor gave the Niebuhr Lecture at Elmhurst College on April 4.
Former Illinois Governor Jim Thompson leads a lively discussion on topics ranging from jobs to corruption.
Linda Marshall ’85 writes about how her liberal arts education at Elmhurst has provided a solid foundation for her career.
Some of the top names in jazz came together with the nation’s best college bands for three jam-packed days of music in February.