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  •  Keynote speaker Jake Goebbert addresses the graduates Saturday during the Judson University fall commencement ceremony at Herrick Chapel on the Elgin campus. Goebbert is a Hampshire High School and Northwestern University graduate, and is an outfielder in the Oakland Athletics farm system.

    Elgin celebrates college grads this weekend Dec 14, 2013 12:00 AM
    Elgin Community College and Judson University both held commencement ceremonies over the weekend to send their graduates out into the world. ECC held their ceremony on Friday evening and Judson held two ceremonies Saturday honoring their graduates.

     
  •  Judson University President Gene C. Crume Jr., dressed as Buddy the Elf, has Gavin Buckland, Layne Anderson (both from Iowa) and Josh Huntington of New Jersey recite the code of elves in the Lindner Tower dorms while they enjoy milk and cookies during the annual “Storm the Dorms” Wednesday night.

    Buddy the Elf delivers Christmas cheer to students at Judson U. Dec 12, 2013 12:00 AM
    Dressed as Buddy the Elf, Judson University President Gene C. Crume Jr. spread Christmas cheer to students studying during finals week as he and his helpers passed out milk and cookies during the annual "Storm the Dorms" event Wednesday night.

     
  • Madhu Krishnamurthy

    Two U-46 high schools ranked among best for 2013 Dec 12, 2013 12:00 AM
    Two Elgin Area School District U-46 high schools made the list of best schools for 2013 of two national magazines. U.S. News and World Report named Elgin High School among the Best High Schools for 2013. Meanwhile, Newsweek named Bartlett High School to its list of America’s Best High Schools for 2013.

     
  •  The Batavia captains hoist the championship trophy following their Class 6A championship game in DeKalb.

    A look at the Fox Valley’s biggest news stories in 2013 Dec 11, 2013 12:00 AM
    The year 2013 saw at least a half dozen court cases across the Fox Valley came to an end, turnover in key political positions, progress on several construction projects and important property acquisitions. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair also made a trip across the pond to speak to a select group at Judson University and Batavia rejoiced when after more than 100 years its football team won the Class 6A state football championship. Those stories and the others that follow, had all of us talking.

     
  • Madhu Krishnamurthy

    Judson seeking submissions for faith-based film festival Nov 27, 2013 12:00 AM
    Judson University is now accepting film submissions for the 10th annual Imago Film Festival April 1-5 at the university’s Elgin campus. The Imago Film Festival showcases faith-based independent film emphasizing image and story.

     
  • Madhu Krishnamurthy

    McHenry Community College earns sustainability award Nov 21, 2013 12:00 AM
    McHenry County College is one of seven Illinois community colleges recently honored for setting and meeting environmental goals on their campuses.

     
  • Condoleezza Rice

    Former secretary of state to speak at 2014 World Leaders Forum Nov 15, 2013 12:00 AM
    Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will be the keynote speaker at Judson University’s fourth annual World Leaders Forum March 19, the university announced Friday. Rice, the first black woman to serve as secretary of state, will speak about global leadership at a community event on the university’s Elgin campus and at a VIP reception later that night in Chicago.

     
  • Judson women win, but men fall Nov 13, 2013 12:00 AM
    Diamond Courts and Hailey Cnota each scored 16 points Wednesday night to lead the Judson University women’s basketball team to a 90-59 win over Moody Bible Institute.

     
  • Judson lacks experience but has depth Nov 12, 2013 12:00 AM
    Things are looking up for the Judson University men’s basketball team. The Eagles, who went 6-24 last year (5-15 in conference play), have already notched a third of that win total through their first five games this season. And Judson has done so with a roster lacking in collegiate experience.

     
  • Hailey Cnota

    More depth a plus for Judson Nov 11, 2013 12:00 AM
    Second-year Judson University women’s basketball coach Kristi Cirone won’t have to worry about depth this season. Cirone is excited about the talent she has up and down her roster as Judson looks to improve on last year’s 9-22 overall mark (4 conference wins).

     
  • A 1968 aerial shot of Judson College, a Christian institution marking its 50th year in Elgin. Now Judson University, it will officially install its sixth president, Dr. Gene C. Crume Jr. at 3 p.m. Thursday.

    Judson University marks 50 years in Elgin Oct 22, 2013 12:00 AM
    In the fall of 1963, Judson College welcomed its first class of students to its Elgin campus — consisting of a mansion and a carriage house situated on roughly 19 acres of undeveloped land off Route 31. Today, Judson University’s campus houses 17 buildings and is home to 1,170 students pursuing more than 50 different majors and minors in liberal arts, sciences and professions. This year the private Christian university marks its 50th year in Elgin.

     
  • Judson University offers two new graduate programs Oct 11, 2013 12:00 AM
    Judson University will offer two new graduate-level programs, a master of leadership in ministry and a master of business administration, starting in the spring of 2014. Both programs were approved by the Higher Learning Commission on Sept. 24. Students interested in either program can attend an open house from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Nov. 12 in the Lindner Tower Eagle Lounge on Judson’s Elgin campus, 1151 N. State St.

     
  •  Kathleen McNamara teaches a social gerontology course through Columbia College of Missouri on Wednesday nights in Building K of Elgin Community College.

    ECC students can get 4-year degrees without a moveAug 25, 2013 12:00 AM
    Kerry McCullor is just one class away from meeting the graduation requirements for an associate degree from Elgin Community College. McCullor, 38, wants a bachelor’s degree, too, and thanks to a partnership with Columbia College of Missouri, she can stay right where she is and get it. Similar partnerships are in place with Judson University and Northern Illinois University.

     
  • Gillian Stewart-Wells and Steven Layne announced Monday that Judson University will offer its first Ph.D program, a doctorate of education in literacy.

    Judson offering first doctoral program Jun 17, 2013 12:00 AM
    Elgin City Council members have become increasingly focused on education in they chose the theme as one of nine key parts of the city’s strategic plan, a move that pulled schooling into the purview of city government for the first time. While the council has no direct control over educating the city’s students, Mayor David Kaptain has led a push to work with Elgin’s educational institutions in the name of attracting more people to the community. Judson University’s announcement Monday that it would offer its first doctoral degree — a doctorate of education in literacy — was received as warmly by the mayor as anyone else.

     
  • Judson falls short in NAIA Opening Round May 11, 2013 12:00 AM
    The Judson University baseball team battled to the championship game of the NAIA Opening Round tournament at Silver Cross Field in Joliet Saturday but fell short, losing to No. 1 seed York College (Neb.) 4-3. The Eagles (46-17) rallied to beat Cumberland (Tenn.) 4-3 in 10 innings in their first game of the day, a win that put Judson in the position of having to beat York twice, once Saturday and then again Monday, to advance to the NAIA World Series.

     
  • Judson takes 3rd at NCCAA tournament May 11, 2013 12:00 AM
    The Judson University softball team lost to Shorter University of Rome, Ga., 5-0 Saturday and finished in third place in the NCCAA National Tournament at Boutetort, Va.

     
  • Judson falls into losers bracket May 10, 2013 12:00 AM
    The Judson University softball team has secured no worse than a third-place finish at the National Christian College Athletic Association national tournament, but the Eagles will have to win three straight Saturday if they are to bring home the program's first national championship. No. 4 seed Judson used another strong pitching performance from McHenry graduate Sarah Boyer to beat top-seeded Shorter University of Rome, Ga., Friday 1-0 but then lost to No. 6 seed Union College of Jackson, Tenn., 2-0 to drop into the loser's bracket.

     
  • Judson falls to No. 1 York in NAIA tournament May 10, 2013 12:00 AM
    The Judson University baseball team's quest for a berth in the NAIA World Series suffered a setback Friday but not a fatal blow. The third-seeded Eagles were limited to 6 hits in a 5-0 loss to No. 1 York College (Neb.) at the NAIA Opening Round Qualifier at Sliver Cross Field in Joliet, which follows a double-elimination format. Judson (45-16) was unable to solve long-bearded left-hander Aaron Conyers (9-2), who recently was named NAIA National Pitcher of the Week for a no-hitter he threw against Central Baptist (Ark.) on April 26. Conyers (9-2) needed 105 pitches to toss a 9-inning shutout and snap Judson's 18-game winning streak.

     
  • Lipp, Perez lead Judson in NAIA opener May 9, 2013 12:00 AM
    Huntley graduate Craig Lipp and Westminster Christian graduate Ryan Perez pitched a combined 7-hitter to lead the Judson University baseball team to a 7-4 win over No. 2 Cumberland (Tenn.) in the first game of the NAIA Championship Opening Round at Silver Cross Field in Joliet Thursday. No. 3 Judson (45-14), which has won 18 straight, will meet the winner of No. 4 Mayville State, N.D. (35-6-1) and No 1 York, Neb. (41-10) in Joliet on Friday at 2 p.m.

     
  • Judson opens NCCAA tourney with win May 9, 2013 12:00 AM
    It took nine innings, but the Judson University softball team came away a winner Thursday in the opening round of the National Christian College Athletic Association's national tournament in Botetourt, Va. Bri DiGiola doubled, was sacrificed to third by Allison Catlett and scored on a single by Amber Mysliwiec in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Eagles defeated Indiana Wesleyan 1-0.

     
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