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IWU to Host Peacebuilding Workshop and Lecture
Students from Macalester, Luther and Beloit Colleges will join Illinois Wesleyan students and faculty to discuss their independent research on human rights issues.


Four Students Named Weir Fellows
Four Illinois Wesleyan students have received fellowships supporting their work on collaborative efforts in the community.


Student's Veggie Bike Helps Peace Garden
The Veggie Bike was created by Alex Kim '12 to aid the IWU Peace Garden in promoting community connection and making produce accessible to more people.


Carlson '15 to Study at Oxford
Stephanie Carlson '15 has been selected to study at Pembroke College, Oxford University, England, next fall.


Inaugural Robert S. Eckley Lecture in Economics
MIT economist Daron Acemoglu, bestselling author of Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty, will speak on Wednesday, March 27.

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Panel to Discuss Eckley's Book, Lincoln's Forgotten Friend Leonard Swett
The final book written by the late IWU President Robert S. Eckley will be discussed by a panel of esteemed Lincoln scholars on Tuesday, March 26.


Lytwyn '12 Pursues Passion for Politics
Tracy Lytwyn '12 works as a press secretary for the Indiana Senate Republican Caucus, where she employs the skills in multitasking that she gained at IWU.


Bailey '14 Writes Featured Blog from Ireland
Emily Bailey '14 is studying abroad this semester in Dublin, where she is writing a blog for IES Abroad.

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LaLonde '14 Selected for KPMG Global Internship
Junior accounting major Matt LaLonde interned in KPMG's Paris office as part of the firm's Global Internship Program.


Collegiate Choir Tours Upper Midwest, Canada
Illinois Wesleyan's Collegiate Choir will embark on its spring concert tour during spring break, with a series of 10 performances in six states and in Canada.