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Across 7. _____Patio 8. Most underused nickname for Cureton Hall 11. Most swooned-over prof. on campus. Ooh-la-la! (female version) 13. Chair of the Econ Department 15. Quote JGL Premium gushes on at least two occasions 16. The Leader’s famed page …
Serving as Elmhurst’s President since 2008, S. Alan Ray is no stranger to this event. He has seen it all, from striking out at the batting cages to
At Saturday's Illinois College Press Association (ICPA) competition, The Leader proved student journalists know how to scream. This year, The Leader had plenty of reasons to get loud. On Feb.
My first year living off campus has been a difficult one. I live roughly a 25 minute walk from campus, and up until recently, I had a bike
I forgot about my column this week. I’d like to be mature and fess up my reasons. I don’t want to waste your time with a handful of transparent
The Leader tirelessly - and with absolute disregard to personal safety - sought to compile a list of the spookiest, most scariest and most frighteningest places around Illinois.
Megan: The Shining All work and no play makes Jack the worst daddy in America. Haleigh: End Of Days The world’s only hope to defeat the friggin’ devil is Arnold Schwarzenegger.
A new Pulitzer Center partnership on Crisis Reporting will take place on Oct. 24 and 25, announced Storer Rowley, Executive Director for Government & Community Relations at Elmhurst
SGA and The Leader created the 20K Bluejay Project last spring. This project gave organizations on campus the opportunity to apply to have the chance to receive part
Communications Council is a step in the right direction, but more separation is needed to maintain objectivity
Let’s face facts. The Leader did not attend Student Government Association’s Sept. 7-8 Student Organization Recognition and Training. We didn’t attend last year either, but faced no penalty. By Sept. 28, our editorial board was