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“Why Music is An Essential Liberal Art” Presentation Set For March 22

Mar 19 2018

EUREKA, Ill. — Eureka College will host the final installment of its 2017-18 Dean’s Lecture Series when Director of Choral Activities and Professor of Music Dr. Joseph Henry will present “Why Music is An Essential Liberal Art” on Thursday, March 22 in Becker Auditorium at 4:30 p.m. Admission is free and it is open to … Continue reading “Why Music is An Essential Liberal Art” Presentation Set For March 22


How “The Uniquely Eureka Advantage” Continues to Benefit Incoming Students

Mar 19 2018

By Jack Cascone Eureka College is celebrating the first anniversary of its new program that benefits all incoming students. According to Dr. Jamel Santa Cruze Wright, President, the Uniquely Eureka Advantage has been well received and continues to differentiate EC from other colleges and universities. The Uniquely Eureka Advantage consists of five commitments that the … Continue reading How “The Uniquely Eureka Advantage” Continues to Benefit Incoming Students


Chorale and Chamber Singers to Present Spring Concert April 15

Mar 15 2018

EUREKA, Ill. – The Eureka College Chorale and Chamber Singers will present their annual spring campus concert on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 4 p.m. in Becker Auditorium of the College Cerf Center. A reception will follow. The concert is free and open to the public. Performance repertoire will reflect a variety of styles by … Continue reading Chorale and Chamber Singers to Present Spring Concert April 15


64th Annual William Thomas Jackson Lecture Set For March 15

Mar 06 2018

EUREKA, Ill. – The Eureka College Science and Mathematics Division will present the 64th annual William Thomas Jackson Lecture in Science at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 15, in Becker Auditorium in the Cerf Center at Eureka College. Dr. Doug Hattermann, a 1997 graduate of Eureka College, will present “Know Pain Know Gain: The Importance of … Continue reading 64th Annual William Thomas Jackson Lecture Set For March 15


Career Preparation Starts Now: Meet Director of Career Development Kelly Bay

Mar 06 2018

By Rachel Smith. Success! That is the outcome students are striving for as they prepare to achieve college and career goals. Academic success can be achieved through a strong work ethic, discipline and good time management skills. Career goals can be realized through relationship building and planning for life after college. There is no better … Continue reading Career Preparation Starts Now: Meet Director of Career Development Kelly Bay


Eureka College Arts and Lectures Series Event Set For March 14

Mar 06 2018

EUREKA, Ill. — The Eureka College Arts and Lectures Board will host Western Michigan University Professor of Communication & Diversity Dr. Mark P. Orbe and his presentation, “Contemporary U. S. Race Relations: What’s the Problem? What’s the Solution?” on Wednesday, March 14 in the Terrill Room of the Donald B. Cerf Center at 7:30 p.m. The … Continue reading Eureka College Arts and Lectures Series Event Set For March 14



Eureka College to Host “Run with Reagan 2018” April 14

Feb 27 2018

EUREKA, Ill. — ​The Eureka College Office of Development and Alumni Relations are inviting individuals to participate in the 6th annual “Run with Reagan 2018” on Saturday, April 14th on the campus of Eureka College. A 400-meter Kids Dash will begin at 8 a.m. followed by a 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk or 5K Run beginning at … Continue reading Eureka College to Host “Run with Reagan 2018” April 14


Student-Athletes of Eureka College

Feb 14 2018

They are talented, they are diverse and they represent Eureka College with courage, pride and dedication. They are the student-athletes of Eureka College. As told by this Jan. 29 story in the Journal Star in Peoria, the Eureka College Department of Athletics is in the midst of a transformational resurgence. Championships are being won, records … Continue reading Student-Athletes of Eureka College


Alumni Spotlight: Carl Hirsch ’51

Feb 14 2018

By Rachel Smith There is no place on Earth like Eureka College. Consider the conversations that transpired with friends, sorority sisters or fraternity brothers or the moment you realized you knew exactly what you were going to do for the rest of your life. Remember the professors who dedicated their time, energy and passion to … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: Carl Hirsch ’51