One of the favorite Homecoming traditions at Elmhurst is the annual production of a musical in the Mill Theatre.
An aspiring opera singer (and Elmhurst tennis champion) wowed the Homecoming crowd with his rendition of the national anthem.
As a student, Sarah Clarin was guided by countless volunteers and mentors who give back to Elmhurst. Now Clarin is doing the same.
With a student body eager to serve, the Niebuhr Center’s Partners for Peace program is continually working to expand its community outreach.
VP for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty Alzada Tipton says students succeed when given the responsibility for their own learning.
Elmhurst’s largest legacy family gathers on campus for reunion festivities and to raise funds in support of Elmhurst students.
Members of the Fifty-Year Club find common ground with current students during Homecoming Weekend.
Though his name is in lights, David Rasche ’66 retains the humility of a Midwest preacher’s son.
Faculty members Helga and Tony Noice talk about their research on the impact of acting lessons on cognitive performance in older adults.
Director of the Center for Business and Economics, Gary Wilson talks about preparing his students for a rapidly changing business world.
Elmhurst students retreated to a remote corner of Wisconsin to learn about Native American customs and rituals.
Associate professor of Spanish Beatriz Gómez Acuña discusses how she keeps her classroom lively and her students engaged.
In preparation for Homecoming, the Bluejays worked through their usual training routine—and then added a few twists.
The College hosted a birthday party for the atom smasher at the center of the Barbara A. Kieft Accelerator ArtSpace.
While pursuing her passion for piano, alumna Lori Julian turned her music courses into a degree and a career in teaching and music service.
The hands-on lessons from a first-year seminar have ignited a growing, student-led concern for the campus environment.
Over 30 years as an Elmhurst trustee, Ralph Lundgren has watched higher education change. But his attachment to the College has been constant.
President S. Alan Ray explains how the College’s commitment to faith, meaning and values prepares its students for a changing world.
Professor Judy Grimes talks about what her students learn when they teach music to Jamaican schoolchildren.
William Malpede '88 has hit all the right notes in a successful Hollywood musical career.
As the Mill’s season finale showcases the College’s popular theatre program, it also underscores the need for more rehearsal space.
As a student at Elmhurst, Bob Mills was taught the value of hard work and service to others.
Growing up listening to the legendary baseball announcer Harry Caray, David Wills wanted to follow in his footsteps. His dream became reality.
Scottie Williams ’12, All-American and winner of the Gagliardi Trophy, keeps an eye on his younger brother Josh, the football team’s leading rusher.
Katie Jaeger’s Elmhurst experience taught her to go above and beyond. Now, as a mentor and advisor, she’s doing just that.
Professor Robert Butler, the Joan and Lester Brune Chair in History, makes sure his students understand the value of primary research.
President Ray considers how Elmhurst’s commitment to stewardship compels us to honor tradition and embrace change.
Ray Whitehead ’55 has led an adventurous life of international service, all of which began at Elmhurst College.
In the high-altitude Bolivian city of Sucre, Heidi Diaz and other students learn to put faith into action.
Meet three alumni who continued an Elmhurst tradition by dedicating their careers to serving society.
In working together to put on a show, you develop instant bonds. Bonds that can last a lifetime.
Three sisters, all Elmhurst alumnae, who gave up traditional nursing roles for the entreprenurial life.
By volunteering in the classroom, John Muszynski says thank you to the professor who nudged him toward a stint at McDonald's 30 years ago.
Lynda Floros Nadkarni teaches fine arts at Brook Park School in LaGrange Park and volunteers for several local organizations.