Media Relations

Michele Lehman
Coordinator of Media Relations

77 years later, a rivalry renewed

  The Eureka College men's basketball team will renew a storied rivalry after a 77 year hiatus when they travel down US Route 24 to play the Bradley Braves on December 18. The game against the NCAA Division I Braves will be the second Division I foe on their schedule after playing at Eastern Illinois on November 17. Their non-conference schedule also includes a trip to North Park University and hosting Rockford College. Separated by… Continue Reading »

EC students secure grant to promote campus recycling

  Two Eureka College students helped the college receive a grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity's Illinois Recycling Grants Program to promote recycling on campus. Kamrin Ruder of Eureka, who graduated in May, and senior Robert Jacobs of Eureka wrote the grant application for the project titled "rECycle," with EC standing for Eureka College. The grant totaling $3,764 will be used to purchase three large recycling bins that will be placed… Continue Reading »

Bells are pealing again on EC campus

  "Something just pulled me to Eureka College that day," said George Hellmann of Richmond, Ill., who is retired from repairing carillons and bell systems since 1957. When Hellmann got to campus May 9 and climbed the stairs to the second floor of Burgess Hall, he discovered that the college's bell system had not been working for about three years. "What a coincidence that I was in the Peoria area and decided to check in… Continue Reading »

EC psychology students recognized for video about memory

  Two Eureka College students are among seven honorable mention recipients in an international student video competition. Junior Tiffany Esken of Washington and senior Kaitlynd Emmons of Pekin submitted their video titled "Memory Rehearsals: Factors in Learning" in the 2014 Noba student video competition. Approximately 80 videos on the topic of memory in the psychology category were submitted by college students from four continents. The women both are majoring in psychology. he video was produced… Continue Reading »

EC faculty receive promotions, tenure

  The Eureka College Board of Trustees approved promotions and tenure for faculty members. The awards reflect the commitment and excellent work of the faculty as teachers, mentors and scholars, according to Eureka College President J. David Arnold. The tenure and promotions, which will take effect in August, were granted to: Dr. Erika Quinn, promoted to associate professor of history Dr. RenĂ©e Mullen, promoted to associate professor of environmental studies Dr. Marygrace Kaiser, promoted to… Continue Reading »