Titans In the News

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.

The Pantagraph
Sara (Kummer) Mayer '99 has been named public information officer for the Bloomington Police Department.

WJBC Radio
Dan Kelly '97, author of a new book on disgust, says we must fight the instinct to dehumanize behavior, objects and even people we find disgusting. Also in The Pantagraph.

The Pantagraph
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.

WGLT Radio
Don Widmer, who handcrafts books as art, is exhibiting at The Ames Library for the next month.

Shorewood (Ill.) Patch
As principal at Troy Middle School, Mike Portwood '99 started a social and emotional outreach program aimed at empowering bystanders.

WJBC Radio
Wesleyan's Mark Liffiton has created a new app that's intended to help teachers better connect with students.

Chicago Sun-Times
Described as a "perennial D-III baseball power," Illinois Wesleyan hopes to win another title this year.

The Pantagraph
John Baines '98 will be the next head basketball coach at Elmhurst College.