IC Wisdom: Helen Kuhn

Phuong Nguyen- The Rambler: Could you share with us about your college experience? Kuhn: After two years at Texas Christian University, I wanted to change to an engineering major and transferred to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. It was a major change. Hot to cold weather. Semesters to quarters for schedules. My family had lived far away in…

IC Wisdom: Judy Tonry

Phuong Nguyen — The Rambler: Could you share with us about your college experience? Nurse Judy: When I was undergrad, I could definitely remember the first year, going through the whole transition process, missing my family, nervous about how I could handle the academic. I worked really hard. Even though I was a strong student…

IC Widsom: Professor Chandler

(Excerpts) Phuong Nguyen —   The Rambler: How did you enjoy your undergrad experience? What were your favorite parts of college? Professor Chandler: Undergraduate was a rough time for me. I was still trying to figure out what I wanted to do and who I was, traditional things that people at the age of 18…

IC Wisdom: Professor Hacker-Daniels

Phuong Nguyen — Interview with Professor of Communication and Rhetorical Studies, Dr. Adrienne Hacker-Daniels The Rambler: Could you share with us briefly about your college experience? Professor Hacker-Daniels:  I attended Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, New York. I was a double major in Speech and Theater and those were two distinct departments. It’s interesting how things…

IC Wisdom: Dr. Justin Mallett

Phuong Nguyen — The Rambler: Could you share with us about your college experience? Dr. Justin Mallett: Sure! I got my undergraduate degree from University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in Communications with emphasis in Public Relations and minor in coaching. I went to grad school right after graduation. I got my Master of Arts Degree…

IC Wisdom: Professor Turner

Phuong Nguyen — The Rambler interviews Associate Professor of Psychology, Dr. Jeremy Turner, on the Number One advice he would like to give Illinois College’s soon-to-be graduates. Below is excerpt of the interview.