Shining Gems of IWU: Assets and Assistance Within Reach
Weishar Memorial Bench to be Dedicated Saturday
A bench honoring the memory of former Illinois Wesleyan football player Andrew Weishar, who died of cancer in 2012, will be dedicated prior to the No. 13-ranked Titans' game against North Central.
Campaign Adds 28 New Scholarships in 2013
Each year of the Transforming Lives campaign has attracted more support for student scholarships than the previous year, and the top priority in its final year will be to increase scholarships even more.
Recycling: The History of a Legacy
In the early 1970s, Illinois Wesleyan joined colleges and universities across the United States in a growing movement to fight against the deterioration of the environment.
Spalding To Receive National Physics Award
Professor of Physics Gabriel C. Spalding will be honored by the American Physical Society (APS) for his efforts to expand laboratory instruction nationwide for undergraduate students.
Gearhart's Book Fills Gap in Kenyan History
A new book by Wesleyan's Rebecca Gearhart and Linda Giles gives voice to the Mijikenda, whose experiences have received less attention than the better-known Swahili people.
Halloween Candy: A "Rich, Dark" History
In his course, "The Social History of a Candy Bar," Wesleyan's William Munro traces the complexities of chocolate's journey in becoming a worldwide commodity.