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 2013 Senior of the Year and three recipients of the Founders Award were named during the Honors Convocation ceremony.
The Washington, D.C.-based public affairs expert and human rights advocate will start his new post immediately.
Chicago historian Keith Koeneman discussed his biography of the former mayor at Elmhurst on May 8.
Senior Matt Rohde is honored for his research on the ways in which companies encourage innovation.
The award-winning author's latest book, Cooked, argues that the best predictor of health is whether your food is cooked by a person or a corporation.
Two prominent alumni and the president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities will be honored during Commencement on June 1, 2013.
The newest member of Elmhurst’s music faculty, cellist Jean Hatmaker is an active performer throughout the Chicago area.
On April 25, Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips examined the impact of technology on one of America’s favorite pastimes.
Author, teacher, artist and cultural critic Laura Kipnis presented the Genevieve Staudt Guestship Lecture on April 24.
Crews get to work to address flooding and water damage in classroom and residential buildings.
In an April 15 lecture at Elmhurst, Karen Lewis talked about education reform efforts, school closings, and the impact of entrenched poverty.
On April 4, the renowned astrophysicist called for a revitalized national space program to reinvigorate interest in science and engineering.
Arbor Day activities mark the College’s third year to be designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation.
A wide variety of items, from electronics to books, will be welcomed, reused or recycled.
On March 30, a controlled fire was set to destroy overgrowth of weeds and plants and to encourage new growth.