On our Spring 2003 cover (shown above) IWU’s Executive Chef Craig Chojnacki gives the final, flaming touch to an enticing bananas Foster dessert served to Erin Wetherille ’04 and Chris Weber ’04. (Photo by Daryl Littlefield)
At Illinois Wesleyan, delicious dorm food is not an oxymoron.
9/11 and the future of liberal arts are among the topics discussed by IWU President Minor Myers jr.
Medical student Judith Eckerle ’98 shatters stereotypes about beauty pageant contestants. Plus: To read about results of the pageant, and Judith Eckerle's reaction, click here.
Alumni who are nurse-midwives discuss the advantages of their approach for expecting mothers. Plus: Meet male midwife Darryn Dunbar ’90 by clicking here.
The progressive legacy of President Emeritus Lloyd Bertholf is remembered.
To become truly diverse, America will need to move beyond its melting-pot ideal.
IWU Magazine staff: Tim Obermiller, Editor; Gary Schwartz, Graphics Editor; Jen Christopher ’03, Sarah Hedgespeth '04, Editorial Assistants.
The Magazine is published quarterly by the Office of University Communications. Staff: Jeff Hanna, Sherry Wallace, Stew Salowitz, Marc Featherly, Ann Aubry.
On the eve of President Emeritus Lloyd Bertholf's 100th birthday, he gave a candid and vivid interview that was published in the Spring 2000 IWU Magazine. As the campus mourns his death, the interview seems a fitting retrospective for a man whose life spanned three centuries and two millennia. To read this interview, click here.
Physics author and IWU alumnus Andy Rex ’77 is interviewed about his latest book on a demon of a puzzle that may one day turn science on its head. Click here for the complete interview transcript.
If you read our piece on IWU's Food Service and still hunger for more, click here. Highlights include a 1970 recipe for "mystery meat" that our writer liberated from the Titan kitchens' vault.
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