March 28, 2022

Elmhurst University experiences two-day long power outage impacting residential halls

What began as a partial power outage on March 26, turned into a two-day long campus-wide outage resolved on Monday evening, March 28, restoring power for […]
March 16, 2022

Breaking News: Racist graffiti reported in library

Racist graffiti was reported to Elmhurst University, according to an email from the V.P. of Diversity and Inclusion, Bruce King on March 16. The racist graffiti […]
March 8, 2022

EU responds to Russian invasion of Ukraine with critical

Circled around Timothy Hazen, assistant professor of political science, members of the Elmhurst University community asked questions about Ukraine and Russia in the Frick Center on […]
March 8, 2022

OCD is not about being organized

I sit in a plain white office, a teal cushioned bed to my left, with wax paper resting atop it. The sounds of nurses and doctors […]
March 8, 2022

University warns of religious group recruitment efforts

Director of Housing and Residence Life Kevin Krauskopf sent an email on Feb. 8, to students who live on campus discussing a religious organization’s presence and […]
March 7, 2022

EU drops mask mandate starting March 19

The Elmhurst University COVID-19 Task Force announced via email on March 7 the school mask mandate will end on March 19. “From the beginning, we have […]
February 24, 2022

Online Exclusive: Water leak discovered on EU campus resolved

Elmhurst University facilities and management fixed a water leak around 2 p.m. on Thur. Feb. 24, after the water leak was discovered near the Frick Center […]
February 22, 2022

World News in Review

Illinois plans to remove mask mandate Illinois is set to remove its indoor mask mandate on Mon. Feb. 28 if COVID-19 cases continue to decline.  “We […]
February 8, 2022

Five ways to date during an endless pandemic

Dating for anybody can increase the heart rate and cause a nervous jitter, but those tremors get worse when it is possible that your date has […]