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  • Terri Hemmert, WXRT deejay

    Terri Hemmert, WXRT deejay
    For a kid from Piqua, Ohio, Terri Hemmert was surprisingly unimpressed when she moved to the Chicago area to attend Elmhurst College in the late '60s. She saw Chicago as a bigger Dayton, Ohio. "Then I discovered all that it had to offer: the music,...
  • Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Preps Plus Athlete of the Month | Downers Grove South's Josh Williams

    Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Preps Plus Athlete of the Month | Downers Grove South's Josh Williams
    Scottie Williams knew the deal. The former Downers Grove South running back's friends didn't understand why all those yards and touchdowns did not translate into a Division I scholarship, but at 5-foot-6, 160 pounds, Division III football was not a...
  • 2013 Broward Class 8A-7A-6A: First team, Second team, Honorable mention and Coach of the Year

    Trellanie English-Lurry Nova junior Ht.: 5-6; Pos.: G Comment: Two-year varsity starter averaged 9.1 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.1 assists to help Titans return to state tournament. George Mason and Stetson have expressed interest. Rickae Jinks...
  • Top five grad degrees may surprise you

    Top five grad degrees may surprise you
    Think the MBA is the most popular master's degree out there? Wait a second, smarty. You're only half right. The most popular graduate field nationally is actually education, followed by business. However, it is true that here in Illinois, more students...
  • 5% of Elmhurst College applicants identify with LGBT community

    5% of Elmhurst College applicants identify with LGBT community
    Elmhurst College officials say about 5 percent of applicants for the upcoming academic year identified themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. The college drew national attention as the first in the United States to ask applicants about their...
  • College special ed: More institutions serving students with intellectual disabilities

    College special ed: More institutions serving students with intellectual disabilities
    Like many high school graduates, Jennifer Gans, of Glen Ellyn, wanted to go to college. But developmental delays put her in a population of students that few colleges serve: those with "intellectual disabilities." Now Gans, 25, is a proud graduate of...
  • Redefining adult ed

    Redefining adult ed
    If you're a so-called nontraditional student (that is, over the age of 24 with the responsibilities to match) and want to complete your degree or earn a more career-specific one, professional studies programs might be for you. Many colleges and...
  • Teel Time: Retirement of Clemson's Phillips fifth AD change in ACC since 2010

    With Clemson’s Terry Don Phillips announcing his retirement Thursday, the ACC is left with only four athletic directors who took their current post before 2006. Hired in 1992, Wake Forest’s Ron Wellman is the dean of the conference’s...
  • Walsh brings son to press conference to counter 'deadbeat' claim

    Walsh brings son to press conference to counter 'deadbeat' claim
    Republican Rep. Joe Walsh again called on Democratic challenger Tammy Duckworth to leave his family out of their contentious campaign, even as he got his eldest son involved by featuring him at a Tuesday news conference. At issue is a series of TV ads...
  • Boundless opportunities exist in the computer science, info tech fields

    What was true 10 years ago is still true today: computer science and information technology are good fields to enter. What has changed is why people enter these fields and what they can do within the field has greatly expanded. Matthew Bauer, senior...
  • Former Elmhurst College student gets probation, fine for hate crime

    Former Elmhurst College student gets probation, fine for hate crime
    A former Elmhurst College student was sentenced to probation Tuesday and fined for scrawling racial epithets into the window ledge outside a fellow student’s dormitory room. Myles G. Burton, 21, of Libertyville, had been found guilty of...