Illinois Wesleyan is seeking to turn the section of Beecher Street by State Farm Hall into permanent pedestrian-only space.
A class of Illinois Wesleyan business students has developed a marketing plan to help the Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal.
The Washington Post
Dawn Upshaw '82 is impressively "expanding the canon" in her performance at the Kennedy Center with Ireland's Crash Ensemble.
Sara Hoffee '03, who teaches in Wesleyan's Piano Preparatory Department, is an advocate for commuting by bike.
Illinois Wesleyan graduates celebrated their achievements and prepared for new beginnings at Commencement.
The State Journal-Register
A former student of the late John "Jack" Emerson '62 delivered a heartfelt holiday gift for his wife, Shirley Emerson '67.
Sara (Kummer) Mayer '99 has been named public information officer for the Bloomington Police Department.
The tool-lending library founded by Matt LaLonde '14 has received a $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant.
Moyers & Company
After serving 10 days of her 15-day sentence for trespassing during a protest against fracking, activist Sandra Steingraber '81 was released from jail.