Wesleyan's Gabe Spalding is part of a research team that devised a sonic screwdriver, becoming the first to validate theoretical predictions of wave behavior -- with potential benefits in ultrasound surgery.
The triple helix sculpture in the new entry rotunda at the School of Art reflects the biology of creativity.
As an intern this spring for the city of Bloomington's planning and code enforcement department, Elizabeth Daniels '12 is working to catalog the city's many "street relics."
Professor of Physics Linda French discussed Saturday's biggest full moon of the year.
Sandra Steingraber '81 wields her singularly poetic prose on the ungainly issue of sand mining in the magazine's May/June issue.
The New York Times
Dawn Upshaw '82 sang with the Australian Chamber Orchestra in a praise-winning premiere.
Wesleyan's Bob Murray said a student's major doesn't matter as much as having an education that enables them to be flexible.
Commencement speaker Awadagin Pratt urged graduating Titans to find their own paths.
Professor of Physics Gabe Spalding has turned his curiosity for light and sound into a potentially life-saving cancer treatment.
Rockford Register Star
IWU alumna Ashlea Canady '08 graduated from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford, specializing in general surgery.