Past Issues of Prospect
This issue of Prospect takes an in-depth look at Elmhurst University’s leading role in a regional effort to get more students started on STEM career paths. Also featured: the University’s beloved campus radio station, WRSE, where a new crop of Bluejay talent is finding its voice. Plus, a service learning program powered by Elmhurst students aims to teach kids the joys of reading.
The Summer 2022 issue of Prospect magazine considers the future of Elmhurst University, and how it will be shaped by the historic fundraising campaign launched during our sesquicentennial celebration. The Campaign Issue delves into health care facilities, academics, study abroad and more.
Our special, double-sized Fall 2021 issue commemorates Elmhurst University’s 150th anniversary. Read the history of Elmhurst University, from its founding on Dec. 6, 1871, to the present day. Filled with vintage artifacts and photos from the University’s archives, this issue is one you won’t want to miss!
The Summer 2021 issue highlights our spirit of innovation — a key reason that U.S. News & World Report named Elmhurst the No. 3 most innovative university in the Midwest in its latest rankings. Students, faculty and alumni share how they drive innovation on campus and in their lives.
The Fall 2020 issue of Prospect magazine explores how Elmhurst’s programs in public health and supply chain management are preparing students to meet critical global needs.
The Summer 2020 issue of Prospect magazine dives into our institution’s name change and other engaging stories featuring our students, faculty and alumni.
The Fall 2019 issue highlights Fred ’71 and Dinah Gretsch’s iconic music company, faculty and student research on memory disorders, and the new digital media program at the University.
“The Green Issue” of Prospect explores a new environmental studies major, highlights the University’s partnership with Brewpoint Coffee and travels overseas with the “City as Text” study-abroad students.
In the inaugural issue of the reimagined Prospect, we tag along with students and faculty who’ve trekked Spain’s historic Camino de Santiago; look back on 50 years of theatre at the Mill; explore our arboretum campus, one lovely tree at a time; and much more.